Each Coliseum production includes the opportunity to meet the cast after the show in a friendly and informal conversation taking place in the auditorium. Here you can learn more about the production process from the creative team and actors.
Meet the Cast events are free to those with a ticket for the following performances:
Cooking with Elvis: Thursday 24 September
Free to ticket holders.
Full Circle is a friendly and welcoming group for anyone over 50 who’s interested in trying new things and meeting new people.
Full Circle meet on a fortnightly basis during term time for talks and activities relating to the theatre, the arts and the local area. Each session starts off with a talk, followed by two workshops, ranging from dance sessions to play readings to craft sessions and drama.
Sessions run from 10:30am – 2:15pm on alternate Tuesdays starting 14 January.
Full Circle is £5 and includes a brew!
For more information and to receive a copy of the timetable please contact LED@coliseum.org.uk
Scripts is a friendly play reading group exploring a range of submitted texts, looking at potential work for our Studio and Main House. In this group, you’ll find more about the commissioning process in a theatre and you can listen or be part of the reading.
This group runs fortnightly on Wednesdays from 11am-1pm. £3 per session.
For more information email LED@coliseum.org.uk.
We’ve opened up 10 more spaces for Scribbles, which has now moved online!
Scribbles now meet fortnightly on Wednesdays 11am-1pm via Zoom (dates below). New places are on a first come, first served basis. To sign up email email@example.com
The group is for everyone aged 18+, including complete beginners. (If you’re aged between 16 – 19 please see Opportunity for Young Writers.) Over five sessions each term the group will work on different aspects of playwriting, including character, structure, dialogue, generating ideas, and developing a writing practice. Participants will work towards writing a full-length play by the end of the course, with a sharing and feedback in the summer term. You can drop-in to sessions as you choose, or you can attend the whole term; so whether you’ve got a work in progress that needs refining or you just want to develop your writing skills – Scribbles is for you!
This year the course will be taught by local playwright Amie George. Amie is the writer and Co-Artistic Director of Rogue Bones theatre company. She was part of the Royal Court writers’ group in 2016, and has recently had two shows performed in the Coliseum’s studio.
This group runs fortnightly via Zoom on Wednesdays from 11am-1pm. £3 per session.
To sign up email firstname.lastname@example.org