Whether you have engaged with the National Youth Theatre on previous Drama Clubs or are brand new to the organisation, we are looking for young people to join NYTs Drama Club: Play in a week. This course is aimed at those aged 11-14 and will focus on skills building and working towards a re-telling of a traditional story which will be performed in our Theatre on the final day of the course.
During the week, participants will learn skills and techniques in areas such as:
- Devising theatre
- Text analysis
- Character development
This course will contain different content to content covered on our weekly Saturday/Sunday Drama Club Sessions.
What about access needs?
Our courses are adaptable for participants with disability and neurodivergence where required. All participants are asked to provide Access Requirements before attending to make sure their needs are met. For further information, please contact email@example.com
What should I bring?
Please wear comfortable clothing, bring a packed lunch and water bottle (NYT is walking distance to many corner shops, cafes & local supermarkets to buy food from), a notepad and a pen
Monday 12th - Friday 16th February 2024
Time: 10am - 5pm
Venue: 443-445 Holloway Road, London, N7 6LW
Am I eligible for a free place?
At The National Youth Theatre we never want cost to be a barrier, that's why we offer limited free spaces on each course. For a free place, please fill out the short application form here
Can I take part?
This course is available for anyone aged 11- 14, whether they are active members of NYT or new to the organisation
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the team on firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah Zoé Ankrah
Hannah Zoé Ankrah is an actress and youth facilitator. Hannah trained with NYT’s REP Company and made her TV debut in the Sky One ’In the Long Run’ created by Idris Elba. She has since gone on to perform in projects produced by Netflix, Amazon, Audible, BBC Radio 4x and Developmental Media Animations. Hannah’s academic background in psychology and passion for wellbeing in the arts is a key part of her practice. Partnering with Parent Power and The Maritime Museum, Hannah has led numerous workshops combining theatre and mental health for young people. Now one of NYT's Emerging Artists, Hannah is interested in developing the confidence of each performer she works with through play and finding one’s individuality.