The Youth theatre seeks to enable teenagers to experience drama from all possibles aspects, working in depth on the text, body, voice and gesture in a theatrical milieu.

The Youth theatre cycle is divided into four different levels, and each level works on different theatrical aspects so that at the end of the cycle the pupils have been able to acquire as much experience as possible.


The enrolment period for the Youth theatre is between June and September, and the pupils will be accepted in strict order of enrolment.


Age: 12 and 13 years old


Age: 14 and 15 years old


Age: 16 and 17 years old


Youth Interpretation Workshop is for all those youngsters who have come to the end of the youth theatre cycle but do not wish to do the Certificate of Higher Education, nor do they wish to do the drama classes and workshops for adults It follows the theatre trail as far as organization is concerned. It takes place over two terms in which a workshop to be performed in front of an audience is worked on in an intensive way. However, it is different from the first three levels in the sense that in this case the workshops depend on the teacher’s criterion, after taking into consideration the group’s needs, as to which workshop is most appropriate for the level the pupils are at. In some way, is more similar to that of the drama classes and workshops for adults. Therefore, the pupils are treated as such, with the understanding that the absolute responsibitlity for their involvement and their commitment totally depends on them and the same demands are made of them as of those attending the drama classes and workshops for adults. For this reason, the acting workshops on offer for this level are included in what is on offer to adults.

GROUPS Age: 18 – 25 years old


TAR give pupils the opportunity to acquire more knowledge about resources they will need as future actors and actresses.

The course has been designed to offer a whole series of tecniques which will help the participants work in a deeper and more specific way on some fundamental aspects for actors. The first course on offer focusses on two of the basic concepts – voice and body.


  • Getting to know your own body
  • Being able to adapt your body to the needs of dance
  • Breathing for dance and moviment
  • Getting to know the different ways of using the space
  • Recognising the different qualities of movement


  • Getting to know your own voice
  • Being able to project your voice
  • Good breathing control
  • Improving diction
  • Recognising your own body tension, so as to be able to improve breathing and liberate your voice


  • Discovering your own body and movement
  • Work on breathing and movement
  • Work on rhythm
  • Movement qualities
  • Spatial awareness when moving


  • Getting to know your own voice
  • Work on breathing – effective breathing to produce sound (transverse abdominis muscle and expansion of ribcage)
  • Work on articulation
  • Rhythm and tone
  • Spatial awareness when using your voice