10 February - 8 March Celebrate the talent and imagination of our OutReach participants through a series of performances, workshops and concerts. Even better...
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Scalby School presents
Romeo & Juliet
By William Shakespeare 11 February, 7.30pm 12 February, 7.30pm 13 February, 2.00pm & 7.30pm Romeo & Juliet is arguably one of William Shakespeare’s best loved plays, a tragedy from his earlier work. It follows the story of two young star-crossed lovers and their feuding families. This production delivers high tension, conflict, passion and emotion, all staged within a contemporary setting. Not one to be missed!
Stephen Joseph Youth Theatre presents a new play
Creative Schools Theatre Festival
By Evan Placey Directed by Cheryl Govan
27 February, 1.30pm 28 February, 1.30pm & 7.30pm
21 February, 7.30pm 22 February, 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Local schools and colleges come together to perform newly devised plays based around the theme of time. Literally anything can happen...
A modern romantic comedy. When Josh gets back from his family holiday, he finds everything has changed. His 16 year old best friend Kyle is getting married and his relationship with Issy is about to enter a rather difficult stage. Can they survive the pressure, the prejudice, the school SMT. (contains strong language: Suitable for a teen and upward audience)
Time Is Ticking…
Plays & Pinot 10, 17, 24 February, 7.30pm Five new plays each night commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. Written by participants on our creative writing class, Write Stuff Too, led by tutor Alison Watt, these 15-minute rehearsed play-readings combine pathos and tragedy with exceptional storytelling performed by a small cast of actors. Ticket includes a glass of Pinot to wash the words down…
Tickets: £9 Concs £7
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Young People’s Theatre Festival
Graham School presents
1 March, 1.30pm & 7.30pm
5 March, 7.00pm 6 March, 7.00pm 7 March, 7.00pm
Drama Club: Ice And Fire Fire have taken Ice’s territory in a world which is difficult enough as it is. Will Ice be able to reclaim what is rightfully theirs? Whitby Drama Club:
Sticks And Stones Everyone has a lesson to learn, some more than others! Filey Drama Club:
A Farm Girl’s Tale Inspired by The Canterbury Tales, this is the tale Chaucer left out!
Music by Steven Margoshes Lyrics by Jacques Levy Book by Jose Fernandez Based on a concept by David desilva (Title song “Fame” written by Dean Pitchford and Michael Gore)
Graham School proudly presents an inspired Broadway version of the high school musical, Fame, showcasing the hard work, talent and dedication of its students. Come along to see this brilliant production and show your support of this debut performance for the school.
Band & Choir Night 8 March, 8.00pm The Big Festival Finale! Round off the ReachOut Festival by joining us for an evening of music with all the choirs of the SJT. Go around the world with the unique Global Voices Choir singing a selection of world music and listen to the delightful SJT Youth Choir and their bang up to date tunes, finishing off with a performance by the splendid Funky Choir accompanied by some of Scarborough’s finest musicians.
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd. On behalf Of Music Theatre International Of New York.
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Recycled Rhythm & Junk Band 19 February, 11.00am-1.00pm
Workshops & Other Activities Writing from the Heart
A creative writing workshop led by Kate Evans & Felix Hodcroft 1 March, 10.00am-4.00pm Join writing tutor & poets Kate Evans and Felix Hodcroft to create a piece of poetry interlaced with drama and tragedy, conflict and controversy. Our starting point is Still Falls The Rain by Scarboroughborn Edith Sitwell 1897-1984. Join us in exercises that will enable you to create a piece written from the heart.
Play-reading, music, acting and writing will be offered alongside tea and coffee on this fun morning with the OutReach team. Come and have a go and make new friends!
A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen The play, hugely controversial when first published and performed in Copenhagen in 1879, is about the unravelling of a family. There were three revivals in 2013 – find out why this play remains so important and popular.
20 February, 11.00am-1.00pm
(For those aged 50 and over!) A ReachOut special consisting of four very different workshops to whet your appetite and get your creative juices flowing.
26 February 11.30am-1.30pm
Production & Backstage Tour
14 February, 10.30am-1.00pm
Beyond the Tea Dance – ReachOut Special!
17 February, 11.00am-1.00pm
Learn the basics of stage fighting from unarmed combat to sword skills… Fun and challenging!
What goes on behind the scenes at the SJT? Where do we get the costumes? How do we make the sets? All this and more will be answered on this interactive workshop and backstage tour.
Tickets: £4 Musical Theatre - Matilda 21 February, 11.00am-2.00pm
Taking the musical Matilda as our theme, come and learn a song and dance routine or two and present it to the family… Great fun and challenging! You can do it.
Tickets: £5 Dramarama Daze
17, 18, 19, 20, 21 February, 10.00am-3.00pm Five days of fun filled workshops. The challenge is to produce a show at the end of the week. This week promises to be loads of fun. Work with the professionals at the SJT to create a show based on some classic stories. A week off school has never looked like this before. Ages 4-7 Revolting Rhymes
Circus & Magic Skills 18 February, 11.00am-1.00pm
Learn salsa and stomp drumming techniques on recycled junk! See household rubbish in an entirely new light but best of all, come and feel the noise!
Tea and coffee included.
Learn new skills and new tricks and have fun astounding your family and friends.
Ages 8-12 James And The Giant Peach
Tickets: £10 per day
(£50 for week) NB -20 & 21 Feb cannot be booked as individual days