17/25 Young Company Online

17/25 Young Company Online

We’re back for another term of Zooming! Wednesday evenings, as usual, at the revised time of 17:00-18:30.

Wed 7 October to Wed 2 December (No session Wed 28 October)

Join us for our eight-week Autumn Term, where we will explore a wide range of theatre-making skills, including sessions in voice and movement from guest facilitators. The end results will be performed to family and friends in an end-of-term sharing. 

Our 17|25 Young Company sessions will take place using the Zoom video conferencing platform. You will need to create an account and download this app onto your device in order to access our Young Company sessions. It is recommended that participants explore the use of this platform before the first session.

Each session will require a Meeting ID number and a password. This will be shared with participants via email up to 1 hour before the Young Company session is due to begin.

To read about the Safeguarding measures we are putting in place for our Zoom sessions, please CLICK HERE. For further advice about how to keep young people safe online, please visit the NSPCC website: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

To support participants during this current COVID-19 crisis, the price for the Autumn Term will be reduced to £50. (Usually £70). Bursary places are available – please email participation@oxfordplayhouse.com to learn how to apply.

Duration: 1 hour 30mins with no interval

Book Tickets

  • Wed 7 Oct 5:00 PM £50.00

Book Tickets

  • Wed 7 October 5:00 PM

Autumn 2020 Season for anyone aged 17 to 25 with an enthusiasm for theatre-making. Workshop leader – Jo Noble For more information on our upcoming term, please contact Jo.Noble@oxfordplayhouse.com

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