Theatre Centre empowers young leadership and youth activism through the arts, supporting and transforming children and young people to change the world by enriching their learning and leadership potential with theatre productions, creative projects and resources.
The Muddy Choir by Jesse Briton is Theatre Centre's touring show for Autumn 2014 and Spring 2015, marking the centenary of the First World War.
The tour calls at: Redbridge Drama Centre, Greenwich Theatre, Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre (Taunton), Pegasus Theatre (Oxford), Ropetackle Arts Centre (Shoreham), Norden Farm (Maidenhead), The Garage (Norwich), King's Lynn Arts Centre, Black Watch Castle & Museum (Perth), Salisbury Playhouse, and Brighton Dome; plus over forty schools around the UK.
In autumn 2013 and spring 2014, Theatre Centre toured Advice for the Young at Heart, a new play by esteemed playwright Roy Williams. These videos are related to the production. For more information visit: www.theatre-centre.co.uk