Following the successful pilot of the Young Critics scheme at Theatre Royal Winchester we are proud to be working with the theatre to extend the project throughout the summer.
It’s important for us as an organisation to be working with our partner to develop this scheme further, there is a need for developing future critics, especially within the South West and the Young Critics scheme is beginning to do that. Across seven weeks participants will get guidance and masterclasses from some of the UK’s best and most diverse group of print and online theatre critics.
Theatre Royal Winchester presents
In association with A Younger Theatre
Suitable for Ages 18 – 25
Masterclasses and Q&A sessions in Theatre Criticism/Journalism
Sat 9 May 1pm – 2.30pm – Andrew Haydon (Various)
Sat 30 May 12pm – 1pm – Natasha Tripney (The Stage)
Sat 30 May 2pm – 3.30pm – Catherine Love (The Guardian)
Sat 13 June 1pm – 2.30pm – Megan Vaughan (Various)
*Sat 27 June 12.30pm – 2pm – Johnny Fox (Londonist) & Paul Ewing (Various) and Andrew Haydon (Various)
Sat 25 July 1pm – 2.30pm – Mark Fisher (The Guardian)
Sat 15 August 1pm – 2.30pm – Mark Shenton (The Stage)
*includes 1 free ticket to The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (27 June 2pm).
£90 includes all sessions and additional ticket offers to shows at other regional venues (including Theatre Royal Winchester, Oxford Playhouse, Salisbury Playhouse and Nuffield Theatre) and house touring shows.
More information here can be found via the Theatre Royal Winchester’s website or via the Box Office on 01962 840 440. Tickets for the Young Critics scheme cost £90 for all the sessions.