GSC YOUNG COMPANY

HOW WE'RE KEEPING YOU SAFE

We can't wait to welcome people back to our clubs and classes, and we're doing everything can to ensure all participants and staff feel reassured and safe.

Following in the footsteps of our professionals, the GSC Young Company is a weekly course for 12-18 yr olds. Members devise and rehearse a brand new play inspired by our professional season. Each show is staged in a local Guildford venue, emulating our company's site-responsive philosophy.

PLACES FOR THE 2021-2 COMPANY ARE NOW OPEN

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Anyone interested in applying must submit this form before 30 August 2021. 

Please Note: Students must audition to become a member of the Young Company.

Members of The Young Company performing in Robin Hood, 2018

GSC Young Company meet every Thursday, 5.30pm - 7.30pm, at GSC HQ

The Different Phases

The course is split into two phases. Phase 1 begins in September and focuses on devising the script through practical exercises. Phase 2 begins in January with rehearsals of the completed script, before the final public performance at Easter.

The course is designed so children can join at the beginning of Phase 1 or Phase 2 (subject to availability).

Phase 1
Thursday Evenings, 5.30-7.30pm
23 September – 09 December (HT: 28 October; no session)

Phase 2
Thursday Evenings, 5.30-7.30pm
6 January – 31 March (HT: 17 February; no session)

GSYC Week
Full Days, 11am-5pm,
4- 8 April (During the Surrey Easter Holidays)
Performance dates: Venue TBC
Friday 08 & Saturday 09 April, exact times TBC (Please keep clear)

FEES

Full Course: £700

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The Dark Room, St Nicolas Church 2021

Contact

GSC is committed to making your time with us as enjoyable as possible. We aim to cater for every student’s needs and our rehearsal spaces are wheelchair friendly. If you’re thinking of joining a club and have specific access requirements, please contact us so that we can make your class as enjoyable as possible.

If you would like more information, please contact us or call 01483 301590.

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