Worlds End Productions London provide a range of performance opportunities to children and young people both on stage and screen.
We run regular holiday workshops in film making and screen acting.
Our Youth Theatre companies stage regular shows locally, take part in the National Theatre Connections Festival (14-16 y.o.) and major Fringe Festivals (16 +). They are an ideal way for young people who are considering a career in acting to refine and develop performance skills and techniques as well as gain valuable performance experience.
Our next project is a half term film course in May.
QHow often are the Youth Theatre Productions?
WE Productions is still a relatively new company. At the minute we do one project per year with each of the three companies (subject to interest and uptake). We hope to increase this to more Productions for each group annually as the company grows.
QHow can my child join one of the WE Companies?
We hold open auditions for each production. These are advertised through our website and on social media.
QWhen to the short film courses run?
Our short film courses for 8-16 year olds run during school half term holidays. We occasionally run courses for one week during the summer holidays, subject to demand.
QWhat do the young people do on the film course?
Mostly the young people take part as Performers in the film but they also learn about the production side of film making and there are opportunities to learn how to operate the camera and sound equipment as well as having a go at the many roles which exist behind the camera.
QHow much do the film courses cost?
Prices vary from course to course but usually a two day film course would cost £65 per child based on 6 hours each day and including a specially presented DVD copy of the finished product.
QWhat safeguarding measures do you have?
WE Productions London take safeguarding very seriously. All our staff are DBS checked and have undertaken Child Protection training. Many are first aid trained and all have experience of working with children and young people.