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Published on Feb 1, 2012
In January 2011 the Theatre Royal, in partnership with the Plymouth Youth Service, launched 3 Young Company Hubs, a network of satellite youth theatres for young people who may not be able to access existing arts provision in the city including the Theatre Royal Young Company.
The Hubs seek to increase confidence, self-esteem and aspiration for the young people involved. They are networked with each other and with the Young Company providing opportunities to share and celebrate achievements, to meet young people from other backgrounds and to work on joint projects.
The Bus Project brought together a small group of performers from the Hubs to create a new piece of theatre about alcohol misuse. The performance was devised the Hubs participants during the summer and performed to young people from various youth centres across the city, at TR2, the Theatre's award winning production and education centre throughout September.
A gritty and moving performance by young people and for young people. The Bus Project portrays the experiences of a group of girls on an ordinary night on the town and how the events of that night shatter their lives...