As we move into 2022, Tron Participation will continue to deliver a hybrid of online and in-person workshops.

Junior and Senior Youth Theatre will continue to be delivered in the building while we look forward to taking Skillshop Juniors (drama classes for primary aged children) into the community, working with schools and community groups.

Our Early Years work will return working in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council to deliver some outdoor storytelling workshops in Strathclyde Park. While closer to home we will look to bring Walking Tall Tales into Toryglen and Govan.

After the successful launch of their audio piece Retro/Future at COP26 Tron Young Company are looking to work with local youth groups exploring the sound piece and developing their skills in planning and facilitating creative workshops. We will also hold a recruitment workshop for Young Company as we look to increase the capacity.

Our work for adults: Tron Studio and Tron Community Choir will continue in person, and with further easing of restrictions we will look to increase our capacity.

Write Tron will relaunch with online script development sessions beginning in February working towards some in-person development with professional actors in June.

As we hopefully get back to normal, we are keen to provide creative activities that the whole family can join in with. We plan to host a series of family workshops exploring a range of theatre skills including costume design, stage management, theatre sports, and arts and crafts. Anyone interested in coming along to family sessions can register their interest at the box office.

For further information on any of the Participation programme please contact lisa.keenan@tron.co.uk