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StageXchange

stageXchange offers youth groups a series of 6 workshops in your youth group setting and a visit to see a West End show.

stagexchange aims to inspire young people who might not have previously have done any drama and focuses on building soft skills such as communication, confidence and creativity.

Young people can choose from a choice of shows, whilst we'll find a practitioner to suit your needs - the workshop content is up to you!

APPLY ONLINE HERE.

Youth Engagement Manager Jenny will then get back to you to discuss a potential project in more detail.

'The group have definitely become more confident and focused. Young people took part in this project who I never thought would get involved in drama! They've all really surprised me by how engaged they’ve been.' - Enfield youth worker, 2017

'We discovered talents we didn’t know were in our group. Everyone is opening up like beautiful rose buds! It’s been fabulous – every workshop is brilliant! We’ve seen a huge difference in such a short time, our young people are so committed to the project and their confidence and self-esteem has grown.' - Croydon youth worker, 2017

Cost: £5 per theatre ticket, plus your own transportation costs

For more information: please call Jennifer on 020 7632 4122 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

stagexchange is generously supported by 

The Holbeck Charitable Trust and RELX          

 


Nextstage

Once groups have taken part in a stageXchange project, they will be offered the opportunity to continue their development by taking part in another 6 workshop programme.

NextStage uses drama to help participants develop their aims for their own 'next stage' whether this is in employment or education.

These are some of the impacts that Nextstage can have:

 

Personal

·      Self-discovery resulting in greater self-knowledge and self-understanding

·      The ability to try out new things

·      Increased confidence

·      A broader outlook on the world

Interpersonal

·      Increased understanding of  and empathy with others within the group

·      Improved behaviour towards their peers

·      Appreciation of the abilities of others in the group

·      Feeling enabled to overcome personal barriers through the example and support of other group members

Career and future

·      Exploration of new ideas about future possibilities

·      Focusing and clarifying aims and goals in future career progression

 

 

APPLY ONLINE HERE

For more information: please call Jennifer on 020 7632 4122 or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

nextstage is generously supported by

The Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation, The SEGRO Community Fund & The London Community Foundation and The Big Lottery Fund. 

                   

Contact Us

Mousetrap Theatre Projects
33 Shaftesbury Avenue,
LONDON
W1D 7EH

Visitors: Entrance is on Rupert Street

t: 020 7632 4111
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Registered charity number 1053434

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