Playful and inspiring children’s theatre with a distinctive handmade aesthetic based around beautifully carved puppets, handmade masks and music.
An evening packed with thought-provoking talks, rants and creative provocations by young people aged 14 to 25.
The Royal Exchange Theatre’s first Relaxed Performance, designed to welcome anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed performance environment.
A £700,000 programme funded by The Co-operative Foundation exploring ways of challenging and changing negative perceptions of young people.
A music, drama and visual arts programme for young people with Autistic Spectrum Condition, delivered by the Royal Exchange Theatre and Manchester Camerata.
An audio walk around the streets of Manchester, based on a series of frank and funny conversations between a group of young adults and a group of over 60s.
A creative training project using theatre processes to equip young people with skills, confidence and knowledge that will help raise aspirations and improve employment prospects.
A live documentary made in collaboration with a group of young people who broadcast live from their own communities to an online audience.
An immersive installation exploring the important issues that young people face, complete with exhibitions, performances, speeches and opportunities for critical debate.
A weekend of deckchair lounging, free entertainment and a few surprises, featuring a packed programme of music, performance and street theatre.
Development of the Education programme to accompany the national mid-scale tour of Sebastian Faulkes’ BIRDSONG.
A pupil-led, creative walking project using drama, soundscape, film, visual mapping, photography, story and townscape art to map the journey between two local primary schools.
Fourteen days and nights of theatre, music, film, cooking, exhibitions and opinion-gathering – produced and managed by young people.