Play In A Week

If you’re 11-16 and stuck for ideas this May half-term, why don’t you get stuck in to a fun, five-day performing arts project. Play In A Week is for anyone who likes drama, youth theatre and performing on stage. You’ll be working alongside a professional actor to write, stage, direct and perform an original piece of theatre at the end of the week!

Scratch Open Mic – February

Got a performance you are itching to try out on a live audience?
Then come to Scratch, our monthly open mic with a 10-minute performance slot.
Show an audience your latest song, theatre scene, dance piece, film or comedy sketch.

Scratch Open Mic

Got a performance you are itching to try out on a live audience?
Then come to Scratch, our monthly open mic with a 10-minute performance slot.
Show an audience your latest song, theatre scene, dance piece, film or comedy sketch.

Pop-Up Panto & Party!

Come along and celebrate the season at No 34, have a warm drink and a mince pie and take part in festive activities and fun. From 10.30-12 we are making silly props for the Ideas Test Pop-up Panto, which you can see performed at midday!

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Scratch Open Mic

Got a performance you are itching to try out on a live audience?
Then come to Scratch, our monthly open mic with a 10-minute performance slot.
Show an audience your latest song, theatre scene, dance piece, film or comedy sketch.

Pop-Up Panto Prep drop-in

What would you like to see in our Pop-Up Panto this December? Come along to contribute ideas and create characters – from the ultimate panto princess to the worst panto baddie! Then see your creations brought to life on Sat 16th December.

Logo for Scratch Open Mic

Scratch Open Mic

Got a performance you are itching to try out on a live audience?
Then come to Scratch, our monthly open mic with a 10-minute performance slot.
Show an audience your latest song, theatre scene, dance piece, film or comedy sketch.

Young At HeArt: THEATRE CLUB – Sherlock Holmes and the Crimson Cobbles

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are called upon to investigate the Whitechapel Murders. From the company behind Stones in His Pockets, this witty pastiche takes on this classic story of one of the darkest times in Victorian History.
There are only 10 free tickets are available for this fantastic production as a part of the Young at HeArt programme, book today!