National Theatre Connections 500 Festival
3 MAY 2016 — 7 MAY 2016
National Theatre Connections is a nationwide festival for young people aged 13-19 and companies from around the country take on 10 brand new plays, written by established writers and perform them at their home venue and at a partner theatre. This year is Connections’ 21st birthday, so to celebrate they have chosen a selection of plays from the past 21 years of Connections to form the festival programme.
We're delighted to be a Partner Theatre for the first time, hosting ten young companies. Click below to book for each play and find out more.
All tickets £5. See 2 plays for £8 (discount will be applied automatically at checkout).
Tuesday 3 May 6pm What Are They Like? by Lucinda Coxon performed by Chiswick School
Tuesday 3 May 8pm Children of Killers by Katori Hall performed by See and Eye Theatre
Wednesday 4 May 6pm Blackout by Davey Anderson performed by Further Stages
Wednesday 4 May 8pm What are they Like? by Lucinda Coxon performed by Chadsworth Stage School
Thursday 5 May 6pm Children of Killers by Katori Hall performed by Glenthorne High School
Thursday 5th May 8pm Bassett by James Graham performed by Orange Tree Theatre Connections Company
Friday 6 May 6pm The Musicians by Patrick Marber performed by In Yer Face Productions
Saturday 7 May 6pm Gargantua by Carl Grose performed by WCTT Young Actors Company
Saturday 7 May 8pm Blackout by Davey Anderson performed by Camberley Youth Theatre
Enjoy live performances during the intervals of the Festival. Performers include Spoken Word Artists Tommy Sissons, MARVELL#FAYOSE, SugarJPoet and Nik Way, plus DJ Emily Wright and local band Middle Ground.
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation
Jacqueline and Richard Worswick
With thanks for additional contributions from NT supporters and Trusts and Foundations