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 Youthย Gold Award logo and isย validated to standard 2 withย Project Oracle

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8 hours ago
Taster session tomorrow!
Tuesday 17th Sep
5 Elephant Lane SE16 4JD
3 days ago
Our award winning Young Theatre Makers programme starts again this month
Taster session Tue 17th 2-4pm
Email natalie to book a place
4 days ago
Phase 2 of this project starts tonight! Looking forward to welcoming back young people from @power2org @ourtimecharity and @lb_southwark who enjoyed the summer intensives for a longer, combined project.
Thanks to @BBCCiN for making it possible
Power2 @power2org
#Throwback to our #YoungLeaders' amazing performance of 'What Makes Us, Us' - a music, dance and #spokenword piece themed around identity. Special thanks to the creative and wonderful people at @LBubble & @bubble_YTM for leading the sessions. We can't wait for the next project!
1 week ago
Just had our last Friday afternoon sharing for a while ๐ŸŽญ

Itโ€™s been a fantastic summer of partnership projects all culminating in powerful end of week sharings from YP connected to
@lb_southwark Speakerbox
@lb_southwark YOS

2 weeks ago
Canโ€™t wait to see what our @PrincesTrust Get Started With Theatre group have been devising with this week.
There are some great sounds coming out of the rehearsal room...
2 weeks ago
Last night we saw #Warheads @ParkTheatre
Right now weโ€™re reflecting on it as part of our @ArtsAward
We found it intense, moving, powerful and a fascinating insight into PTSD and masculinity. We particularly enjoyed the transitions and use of light and sound.

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