Bristol Old Vic Youth Theatre Summer School

Image Credit: Photo: Vincent Evans

Hauser & Wirth Somerset Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton, Somerset BA10 0NL

441749814060
[email protected]
www.hauserwirth.com

Monday 12 August 2019 – Thursday 22 August 2019
10 – 5
Admission Fee: £150
Booking essential
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Partnering with Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Hauser & Wirth Somerset is delighted to host the hugely successful Bristol Old Vic Youth Theatre Summer School again this August.

Bristol based director, choreographer, practitioner and artist, Maisie Newman will lead the course in collaboration with the team at Bristol Old Vic Theatre. This year’s course participants will be asked to devise a new play told through movement, music and theatre. They will take ‘Unconscious Landscape. Work from the Ursula Hauser Collection’ as their starting point.
 

The Summer School will run on weekdays from 12 until 22 August 2019, 10 am – 5 pm daily, and culminates in a public performance on Thursday 22 August 2019, set within the grounds of Hauser & Wirth Somerset. It is available to young people aged 11 – 16 years.

This is a subsidised event and tickets are £150 for the full course. We ask that all participants to be delivered to the gallery and picked up by a responsible adult, please inform us if you have given permission for your child to travel to and from the gallery on their own. Children should bring a packed lunch, snacks and drinks as necessary.

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