Co-Creating Work with Young People
This performance has taken place in the past
with Ned Glasier
Why co-create? This session is led by Artistic Director Ned Glasier explores the reasons why Company Three makes theatre with young people, and how these drive our approach. We explore the key terms, ideas and techniques that underpin our methodology and how to start instilling them in your work.
Company Three is a leading force for change for teenagers in our local community and around the world. They are a theatre company led by the ideas of 75 members aged 11-19. They develop their practice through deep-rooted relationships locally and share our practice globally to impact teenagers everywhere. Working in Islington, North London, they make transformative theatre through long-term, intensive collaboration between young people and professional theatre-makers. The company’s plays have been performed at the National Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, the Royal Exchange Theatre, Yard Theatre and on the BBC.
Their play Brainstorm has been produced by more than 80 companies across the world and we have trained more than 500 practitioners through our in-house courses and university teaching. In 2020 Company Three brought hundreds of youth theatres in 18 countries together to make the Coronavirus Time Capsule.
Company Three believe youth theatre can be a place of community, radical art and social change.
Please note tickets are being sold through both the Tron and The Gaiety so if our dates are sold then do head over to the Gaiety website to see what else is available.