For details of how to buy a visit to one of our exciting JULY 2015 SHOWS with local young actors, please browse our website, support us and click on the 'Learn More' button above for tickets. A wide range of venues and a vibrant, energetic and imaginative show for ALL THE FAMILY, 16-26 July 2015, across the region.
Gloucestershire Youth Players (GYP) is a voluntary-aided youth theatre company which performs solely Shakespeare's plays in and around Gloucestershire and our neighbouring counties.
Founded in 2006, the company's aim is to bring Shakespeare to life in an invigorating and accessible way to an ever-varied and growing audience.
This innovative youth theatre company, the only such group in Europe for 16-25 year olds which performs solely Shakespeare, is celebrating its tenth annual season in 2015 with one of the Bard’s favourite bittersweet comedies, As You Like It. Previous shows have included Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet and The Tempest, and venues have ranged from venues in London, to the gardens of the Royal Shakespeare Company, airport runways, local beauty spots, and professional theatres at The Tobacco Factory and Longborough Festival Opera. We will be revisiting some of these, and more, in July 2015 and giving our young people a real taste of the life of a professional actor. Details can be found at www.gyptheatre.org ; to register your interest in joining, or to become a friend and support us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GYP: by all, for all gyptheatre.org
Feedback from Tempest 2014 and Much Ado 2013:
'My heartfelt congratulations to you and your talented company. I really love to
see our incredible young people being given such opportunity and exposure. Your
innovative approach was exciting to see - it asked as many questions as it answered...'
'Your productions give great pleasure to many people and help to bring drama out to rural areas in a way professional companies never have – and your standards are so high… '
'What sheer joy it was to see your wonderful performance...I am so glad I came and hope we might enjoy your company - literally and metaphorically - next year.'