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Bubble Young Theatre Makers present Life Support

You go to school. You learn to read and write. Your teachers are there for support.
You grow up. You laugh, you cry. Your friends are there for support.
You turn 18 and go to university, leave home and become an independent adult.
But what if you don’t? And you feel confused? And the support that was there before feels far away?

 

Life Support London Bubble Theatre

 

Bubble Young Theatre Makers latest piece explores what it feels like when things don’t go to plan and you don’t get the support you need.

The show tours Southwark schools and youth organisations from 4 July.

Free public performances on 18th July at T&T2, Surrey Quays Shopping Centre. Please note the show is suitable for 15+.

To book your place on this event, click on the following link: T&T2, Surrey Quays Shopping Centre – 18 July 2018 – 17:00




Bubble Young TheatreMakers

London Bubble’s work with young people uses drama and theatre techniques to support their mental health and wellbeing building resilience, self-esteem and self-awareness. Our programme of work includes:-

Training and work preparation for 18-24 year olds  

Bubble Youth Theatre (13-18 year olds)

Work in secondary schools and youth settings 

Bespoke projects  

Interested in joining?  Our next group starts Sept 2018. Contact marie@londonbubble.org.uk to book a place.

Bubble Young Theatre Makers gratefully acknowledges funding support from British Land, The Brook Trust, The Alan and Babette Sainsbury Charitable Fund and London Youth.




 

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The London Bubble Theatre

Set up in 1972, London Bubble is a company that make theatre with its community and makes a community with theatre. The company’s aim is to provide the artistic direction, skills, environment and resources to create inspirational, inclusive, involving theatre, which shares stories that animate the spaces of the city and the spirits of its citizens.

  London Bubble  @LBubble  LondonBubble.Theatre

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