Camberley Youth Theatre

Camberley Youth TheatreIn an exciting and friendly environment, you will learn all about theatre-making. Whether you dream of being an actor or just want to boost your confidence, our Youth Theatre is open to you. There are no auditions; we just ask that you are as passionate about theatre as we are.
Each week you will take part in sessions that teach you techniques on how to use your voice, move and create convincing characters. Our Youth Theatre performs plays, devised work and musicals.

Term Fees Tuesday-Thursday Classes £110*
Saturday Classes £80
*Sibling Discount £25 off


Youth TheatreTerm Dates 2014:
Tuesday 22 April to Sunday 20 July

Break for half term 26 - 30 May


Classes:
Saturday 10am - 11am 4 to 5 years Book Online
Saturday 11.15am - 12.15pm 6 to 7 years Book Online
Tuesday 4.30pm - 6.30pm 8 to 9 years Book Online
Tuesday 6.30pm to 8.30pm 10 to 12 years Book Online
Wednesday 7.30pm - 9.30pm 15 plus years Book Online
Thursday 4.30pm - 6.30pm 10 to 12 years Book Online
Thursday 6.30pm - 8.30pm 13 to 14 years Book Online



Find out more about our Tutors

Rachel Carr

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.

 

Andy Edmeads

Andy started acting professionally at the age of 13 after completing a production of Peter Pan at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking with Russ Abbot. He trained at the University of Exeter, graduating with a BA Hons in Drama and joined a touring theatre company afterwards, performing productions such as The Tempest and Jason and Medea. Andy has directed various youth and adult theatre projects and courses across Surrey including the Woking and Redhill Summer Festival and Gifted and Talented weekends for Surrey County Council and 4S. He has also ran workshops for Theatre Exchange, Big Act and Creative Partnerships.

Away from his stage work, Andy has completed a number of short films and has lent his voice to commercials including McDonalds, Pot Noodle, BSM Driving School, NSPCC and Clearasil and can be heard on the EA Games release Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. He has been fortunate enough to work with the likes of Stephen Mangan, Adrian Edmonson, Rob Brydon and worked with Hugh Laurie on ITV's Fortysomething. This summer, Andy shot the pilot episode of “Help Yourselves” a sitcom set in a charity shop. Written by Andy and filmed in Camberley, the aim is to deliver the finished episode to broadcasters and production companies in the autumn.

 

Stuart Sweeting

Director and choreographer Stuart Sweeting enjoys a varied career and last year directed Camberley Theatre's pantomime Peter Pan. As a performer he has appeared in many West End musicals including Me and My Girl, 42nd Street, Mack and Mabel and Starlight Express. He held the position of Resident Director on Bombay Dreams and Starlight Express. Stuart has worked with many famous faces including Miranda Hart and Denise Van Outen and on great shows including Legally Blonde and The Jersey Boys. Most recently Stuart choreographed Chasing the Dream the first musical to get through to the live shows of Britain's Got Talent 2013.