Young People

What do young people think We Need To Act On?

At London Bubble, working with young people is a massive part of what we do. We believe that every young person has a voice that deserves to be heard and so use our projects to ask participants what they think We Need To Act On.

The process of making theatre offers opportunities for young people to engage their creativity and explore the topics that matter to them.

Bubble Young Theatre Makers – Training programme for 18-25’s and touring forum theatre

Partnership Projects – Workshops and performances delivered with other organisations


Winner Arts and Culture award, London Youth Awards 2017. Our work with young people has been awarded London Youth Gold Award logo and is validated to standard 2 with Project Oracle

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22 hours ago
Delighted to have been able to contribute to the @FrontlineSW conference @Coram yesterday with our performance of Combative
Frontline @FrontlineSW
Brilliant to have so many of our consultant social workers come together for our annual CSW conference, and to kick off the day with such a thought provoking keynote from @HackneyChild
4 days ago
Thank you @ArtsCJS for #AnnePeaker19 @youngvictheatre

It’s been a pleasure to listen to Francois Matarasso speak about making art within the criminal justice system.

Highly relevant to our Creating Justice programme in @lb_southwark as our research process begins...
1 week ago
Proud to bump in to not 1 but 2 previous Young Theatre Makers @CSSDLondon this afternoon whilst attending a meeting for placement hosts!
Wishing them both lots of luck for the next 3 years🍀

1 week ago
Hi @WendellPierce
Great to meet you on the underground last night...come visit us soon!
Young Theatre Makers @bubble_YTM
We’re really enjoying Death of A Salesman ⁦ @youngvictheatre⁩ tonight.
Thank you ⁦ @YVTakingPart⁩ for our tickets
2 weeks ago
This afternoon some of our Young Associates shared drafts of the plays they’ve been writing and gave each other feedback.

Tonight we’re off to @The_Globe to see A Midsummer Night’s Dream courtesy of @BTProject_

A good day all in all!

#youngcreatives #peoplemaketheatre
2 weeks ago
Massive thanks @Futures_Theatre for the tickets for ‘I’d Rather Go Blind’ @OmnibusTheatre

Congrats @SomaliaSeaton

Our group particularly liked the way the story was told, how things unfolded, the mother/daughter connection, the repetition, the movement and the use of the bed!

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