Corsham Festival Street Theatre Callout for Participants

Corsham Festival Street Theatre Callout for Participants

Festival Street Theatre project in Corsham for ages 11 to 19 with The Last Baguette Theatre Company

Calling all young actors and theatre makers to be part of Festival Street Theatre project. Create your own piece of fantastic street theatre with The Last Baguette theatre company for Corsham’s Festival weekend. To discover more about theatre, make new friends, and have a lot of fun – come along and join us!

At 11am on Saturday 17th of June, Corsham’s High Street will experience a pop up performance as part of Taste of Corsham’s food extravaganza. Unexpected! Exciting! Extraordinary! What will this flash mob do? Create characters, come up with a concept, design costumes, devise and develop your own idea for this sensational street performance.

The Last Baguette are a professional theatre company who lead the Youth Theatre at Pound Arts and regularly create performances with young people around the Southwest. Recent projects include Cave People’s Carnival Street Theatre in Malmesbury and Dancing Back to 1914 for Wiltshire Council. Last autumn they offered popular Halloween Theatre Workshops in Corsham, Malmesbury and Bradford-on-Avon.

The Last Baguette makes fast-paced, irreverent physical comedy. They tour to theatres, rural touring venues and arts centres in the UK, France, Switzerland and Canada. The theatre they make is entertaining, accessible and eccentric.

Performance: 11am, Saturday 17th of June, Corsham High Street
Rehearsal times: 12.45pm – 4.45pm Saturday 13th May, Saturday 20th May & Saturday 10th June
Rehearsal locations: The Pound, Corsham
Ages: 11 – 19
Contact Sidney on 07597601589 or email to find out more or reserve a place.
Price: Free
All workshop leaders hold an enhanced DBS check

Commissioned by Taste of Corsham, supported by the Local Youth Network and Pound Arts Blue Sky Festival.

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