Theatre for youth

2018-06-19 06:00

Bridgetown Theatre Company (BTC) will embark on several remarkable and exhilarating theatre productions across the city, in the next few days, as part of their Youth Month celebration.

The organisation will kick off with a live musical drama ‘Mandela’s Children’ on SABC 2 from 16:30 to 17:00 on Thursday. The show is set to focus on what makes the youth of today, unapologetically open and comfortable with who they are.

BTC will also perform their very popular play ‘High bon life’ at the Re-able Center in Tarentaal Road Bridgetown from 11.00am on Saturday 30 June. The event will include the conducting of a free dance, drama and music workshop.

BTC’s professional performers, off a recent highly successful theatre production ‘Teach one 2 teach all’, performed to over 60 000 people across the Western Cape, which is also set to play during the school holidays from Monday 25 June 2018 to Saturday 14 July.

The same BTC group, performing at the school holiday programmes, will perform daily, with their two spellbinding theatre in education productions – a social drama ‘Erace’ and a musical dance comedy ‘Soapy’ in several communities.

The organisation’s constant producing of new groundbreaking theatre productions is largely due to the financial support from the public, and this has also enabled BTC to establish a theatre studio at Bridgetown High School, in May this year, to provide free teaching in dance, drama, filmmaking and music to the students.

The public is welcome to contact BTC to perform the two productions during the school holidays in their communities, free of charge. For more information on Bridgetown Theatre Company call 082 536 3651.

Bridgetown Theatre Company (BTC) will embark on several remarkable and exhilarating theatre productions across the city, in the next few days, as part of their Youth Month celebration.

The organisation will kick off with a live musical drama ‘Mandela’s Children’ on SABC 2 from 16:30 to 17:00 on Thursday. The show is set to focus on what makes the youth of today, unapologetically open and comfortable with who they are.

BTC will also perform their very popular play ‘High bon life’ at the Re-able Center in Tarentaal Road Bridgetown from 11.00am on Saturday 30 June. The event will include the conducting of a free dance, drama and music workshop.

BTC’s professional performers, off a recent highly successful theatre production ‘Teach one 2 teach all’, performed to over 60 000 people across the Western Cape, which is also set to play during the school holidays from Monday 25 June 2018 to Saturday 14 July.

The same BTC group, performing at the school holiday programmes, will perform daily, with their two spellbinding theatre in education productions – a social drama ‘Erace’ and a musical dance comedy ‘Soapy’ in several communities.

Public support has enabled BTC to establish a theatre studio at Bridgetown High School to provide free dance, drama, filmmaking and music lessons to students.

The public can contact BTC to perform in their communities, free of charge. For more, call 082 536 3651.

Bridgetown Theatre Company (BTC) will embark on several remarkable and exhilarating theatre productions across the city, in the next few days, as part of their Youth Month celebration.

The organisation will kick off with a live musical drama ‘Mandela’s Children’ on SABC 2 from 16:30 to 17:00 on Thursday. The show is set to focus on what makes the youth of today, unapologetically open and comfortable with who they are.

BTC will also perform their very popular play ‘High bon life’ at the Re-able Center in Tarentaal Road Bridgetown from 11.00am on Saturday 30 June. The event will include the conducting of a free dance, drama and music workshop.

BTC’s professional performers, off a recent highly successful theatre production ‘Teach one 2 teach all’, performed to over 60 000 people across the Western Cape, which is also set to play during the school holidays from Monday 25 June 2018 to Saturday 14 July.

The same BTC group, performing at the school holiday programmes, will perform daily, with their two spellbinding theatre in education productions – a social drama ‘Erace’ and a musical dance comedy ‘Soapy’ in several communities.

The organisation’s constant producing of new groundbreaking theatre productions is largely due to the financial support from the public, and this has also enabled BTC to establish a theatre studio at Bridgetown High School, in May this year, to provide free teaching in dance, drama, filmmaking and music to the students.

The public is welcome to contact BTC to perform the two productions during the school holidays in their communities, free of charge.

For more information on Bridgetown Theatre Company call 082 536 3651.

Bridgetown Theatre Company (BTC) will embark on several remarkable and exhilarating theatre productions across the city, in the next few days, as part of their Youth Month celebration.

The organisation will kick off with a live musical drama ‘Mandela’s Children’ on SABC 2 from 16:30 to 17:00 on Thursday. The show is set to focus on what makes the youth of today, unapologetically open and comfortable with who they are.

BTC will also perform their very popular play ‘High bon life’ at the Re-able Center in Tarentaal Road Bridgetown from 11.00am on Saturday 30 June. The event will include the conducting of a free dance, drama and music workshop.

BTC’s professional performers, off a recent highly successful theatre production ‘Teach one 2 teach all’, performed to over 60 000 people across the Western Cape, which is also set to play during the school holidays from Monday 25 June 2018 to Saturday 14 July.

The same BTC group, performing at the school holiday programmes, will perform daily, with their two spellbinding theatre in education productions – a social drama ‘Erace’ and a musical dance comedy ‘Soapy’ in several communities.

Public support has enabled BTC to establish a theatre studio at Bridgetown High School to provide free dance, drama, filmmaking and music lessons to students.

The public can contact BTC to perform in their communities, free of charge. For more, call 082 536 3651.

Bridgetown Theatre Company (BTC) will embark on several remarkable and exhilarating theatre productions across the city, in the next few days, as part of their Youth Month celebration.

The organisation will kick off with a live musical drama ‘Mandela’s Children’ on SABC 2 from 16:30 to 17:00 on Thursday. The show is set to focus on what makes the youth of today, unapologetically open and comfortable with who they are.

BTC will also perform their very popular play ‘High bon life’ at the Re-able Center in Tarentaal Road Bridgetown from 11.00am on Saturday 30 June. The event will include the conducting of a free dance, drama and music workshop.

BTC’s professional performers, off a recent highly successful theatre production ‘Teach one 2 teach all’, performed to over 60 000 people across the Western Cape, which is also set to play during the school holidays from Monday 25 June 2018 to Saturday 14 July.

The same BTC group, performing at the school holiday programmes, will perform daily, with their two spellbinding theatre in education productions – a social drama ‘Erace’ and a musical dance comedy ‘Soapy’ in several communities.

The organisation’s constant producing of new groundbreaking theatre productions is largely due to the financial support from the public, and this has also enabled BTC to establish a theatre studio at Bridgetown High School, in May this year, to provide free teaching in dance, drama, filmmaking and music to the students.

The public is welcome to contact BTC to perform the two productions during the school holidays in their communities, free of charge. For more information on Bridgetown Theatre Company call 082 536 3651.

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