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A night of live music on Thurs 27 June from 7pm for Wimbledon Civic Theatre Trust because we'd like to offer a free place to a young person

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  • Event: Young Actors Live, 27 Jun 2019

Wimbledon Civic Theatre Trust

Wimbledon Civic Theatre Trust facilitates exciting and innovative theatre education projects in S. London, improving access to performing arts for children and young people, focusing on those of secondary school age, those with special needs and those experiencing economic or social disadvantage.

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Join us for a night of live music in The Old Frizzle pub to fund a bursary place in September for a young person who could not otherwise afford to attend our youth theatre.

WCTT proudly presents a charity gig across the road from our rehearsal space (at New Wimbledon Theatre) featuring some of the most exciting, emerging musical talent in Merton.

This is an opportunity to make a positive change to the community by helping to fund a free place in our company for a young person who needs it - and to celebrate the end of exams/term with a group of hugely talented young artists. 

Live music from 7pm comes courtesy of high-energy, local indie band The Eclectics, with awesome solo artists Sheya McAllister, Ashley Dee and Gabriel Lumsden.

We'll also be welcoming two performers representing Cricket Green School to perform - and the evening will feature an exclusive performance of an original song from one of our current theatre projects, Swipe Right (a collaboration with Cricket Green).

All proceeds will go to funding a free place in the youth theatre run by WCTT, the local arts charity that empowers young people in Merton to express their creativity and fulfil their potential.

The charity's Young Actors Company (YAC) is an affordable youth theatre offering bursary places and provides high-quality acting training, giving young people a safe space to create exciting and challenging theatre on a professional stage.

This inaugural live music night, kindly hosted by our lovely neighbours, The Old Frizzle pub, is one of a number of initiatives, driven by the young actors, their parents and trustees of the charity, to keep the youth theatre open and offer free places to those who need them.

So please, dig out those faded rock tees and join us...let's get on down for this brilliant cause. The bands will play until 9:30pm - but the grown-ups in the audience can prop up the bar until closing time.

For inclusion on the guest list, hit the DONATE tab below and simply leave your name and number of guests, along with your kind donation of £10 per adult and £2.50 for under-18s.

See you there and thanks for reading!

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