For 12 – 14s

It was a really fun experience. I’ve made new friends and I have gained skills for the future


Junior Youth Theatre 2 Workshop Group

Learn more about the world of theatre with this short, fun project.

Discover more about acting, meet new people and try out new ways of creating theatre. Through attending the weekly sessions you will develop your confidence, your creativity and your acting and performance skills.

Workshops include warm-ups, drama games and fun exercises exploring different drama techniques. This project is about developing skills and does not lead towards a public performance.

Sessions will take place:
February – March 2021
Days and Times TBC
Sessions will take place socially distanced in-person and/or on Zoom


Junior Youth Theatre 2 Performance Group

JYT2 Performance Group run weekly sessions from April – July

This project will use drama exercises and improvisation to develop a performance. It’s a great opportunity to try out your acting skill and have a say in what you create.

Sessions will take place:
April – July 2021
Days, Times & Location TBC
Sessions will take place socially distanced in-person and/or on Zoom

Watch the JYT2 2020 film Playing My Part
and their spoken word pieces from LYT’s Summer of Zoom


How To Take Part

Click here to see past JYT2 projects

To take part in Junior Youth Theatre 2 you need to:

  • Be aged between 11-14 and be keen to take part
  • Live or learn in the London Borough of Lewisham
  • Attend no other after school drama group
  • Priority is given to those who attend state/free schools, academies or home schooling

If you would like to be added to our database and receive more information on this project, please fill in a New Enquiry Form

Please be aware places on all our youth theatres are limited. For more information on how we allocate places on our projects, read our Recruitment Strategy.

The Youth Theatre programme is made possible by our Principal Supporters:
Lewisham Council, BBC Children in Need, National Lottery Community Fund and William Wates Memorial Trust