From September - November 1000 teens speak out on gender inquality. The pay gap or the thigh gap – which should #TCLaylasRoom destroy first?
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Here's a quick rundown of what we're up to in 2016... Layla's Room ...
We're delighted to announce that Jesse Briton's play The Muddy Choir, which Theatre ...
Work with us, @robably, Amelia Sears, @spunshon & @natashakirkham this Autumn! #StageManager #TCLevelPlaying https://t.co/ZQa7NrLwdZ
PRESS RELEASE New play Rise Up helps young people to change their world through the ...
Theatre Centre is developing an energetic cycle of artistic participation that will help Year 5 and 6 children to challenge gender stereotypes and to recognise gender discrimination. The project will be sparked by original writing created by primary school children - focused on documenting and exploring their experience of gender - and will culminate in an interactive performance. Read more
Standpoint is a programme to develop young people’s visionary ideas, cultivate character and create leaders. Theatre Centre’s programme aims to equip young people from Year 9 upwards with the craft of writing and presenting political speeches, shaping their ideas about the world around them. Read more