Camberley Theatre's popular Youth Theatre provides children and young people with the opportunity to learn new skills, build their confidence and make new friends in an environment that is friendly and fun.
The emphasis is on drama, and our professional tutors will teach students a wide range of stage crafts that will include acting techniques, voice work, movement and more.
Every year the Youth Theatre has the opportunity to put all that they have learnt into an annual show that is presented on the Camberley Theatre stage. This year the groups will be presenting Alice in Wonderland and Teechers.
Mini Youth Theatre
For younger children we have classes on a Saturday morning. In these fun classes our tutors will lead the children in games and activities with a performing arts bias. During these activities children will gain confidence and most importantly, have fun!
Camberley Youth Theatre is open to all; no audition is necessary!
Advance booking is recommended as courses do sell out and we operate a strict waiting list policy.
Sibling discounts are available if more than one child from the family wishes to be involved. Book one full price place and siblings receive a £25 discount.
Tuesday - Thursday classes is £110.00
Saturdays £80.00, Sibling Discount £25 off.
Term Begins week commencing 15 April 2013 (There will be a break for half term week)
Term Ends week ending 24 July 2013
4 to 5 years Saturday 10am - 11am
6 to 7 years Saturday 11.15am - 12.15pm
7 to 8 years Saturday 12.30pm - 1.30pm
8 to 9 years Tuesday 4.30pm - 6.30pm
10 to 12 years Tuesday 6.30pm to 8.30pm
10 to 12 years Thursday 4.30pm - 6.30pm
12 to 14 years Thursday 6.30pm - 8.30pm
13 to 15 years Wednesday 5.30pm - 7.30pm
15 years plus Wednesday 7.30pm - 9.30pm
Find out more about our Tutors
Rebecca has been working for Camberley Theatre for many years. She started as a Youth Theatre assistant and has since gone on to become a Youth Theatre Leader of three classes with ages ranging from 4-8 years old. Rebecca studied Primary teaching at Kingston University with Art and Drama being her specialism. She graduated with qualified teacher status soon after. Rebecca is also a full time class teacher and is enjoying her third year teaching a year one class in a London school.
Rachel has always had a keen interest in Performing Arts. During her A Levels she was part of a Theatre in Education group which toured local Secondary Schools and gave workshops to children. In 2011 Rachel was awarded a full time scholarship to study at the Guildford School of Acting's PPA of which she graduated with a diploma in Acting. One of the most memorable moments through her training was being able to record lead vocals for a track at the famous ‘Abbey Road Studios.’ Rachel has been lucky enough to combine work teaching drama with a number of drama companies and assisting at the Camberley Theatre.
Antonia has been performing from an early age and was awarded a full time place at The Art's Educational School Tring, where she studied a two year Musical Theatre Diploma. Antonia then went onto gain a Drama and Theatre Studies Degree at Winchester University. Since graduating Antonia has focused on teaching dance and drama to young people for a number of local schools and youth theatres. Some of her work includes choreographing and directing musicals in America for Frenchwoods Festival of the performing arts, New York and performing in the BBC documentary with the company Playing For Time at HMP Winchester. In 2010 Antonia started her own successful company Dynamic Performing Arts and Dynamic Tots. Antonia thoroughly enjoys teaching Drama sharing her passion and interest in the performing arts.