Get involved Arts projects Theatre Makers What? Theatre Makers is a theatre group for all young people. The group will design every element of their theatre piece supported by experienced theatre makers. The young person will gain experience in producing, prop making and acting. The group will share what they have produced at Ark T’s end-of-term celebration. Who? A theatre group for young people aged 10-14 yrs. When? Theatre Makers runs every Tuesday during term time from 4pm to 6pm. Where? Sessions take place at the Ark-T Centre on Crowell Road in Cowley. There is a suggested donation of £3.00 per session to pay for materials and refreshments. However, we understand that payment might not be possible for everyone. Creativity Camps is part of Creativity Changes Lives, a varied and inclusive creative arts programme of groups and activities that take place every week at Ark-T including Herspace SR & Hersapce JR, Theatre Makers and Young Oxford Creatives. We use the power of creativity and connection to increase confidence in learning, improve emotional resilience and wellbeing, and enhance a sense of community and leadership. Our team of skilled and experienced artist facilitators offer dynamic multi-arts workshops with an exploratory and youth-led approach. If you are interested in this project please fill in the form below and we will get back in touch with you, if you would like to speak to someone please contact the team member below. Ark T Expression of Interest of Joining a Project Please email [email protected] or call 07825 039125 if you would like more information. “I live for these sessions. They are the highlight of my week. My sister has depression and I am bullied and this helps me forget my problems. I have an easier time making friends and no one is mean to me. When I’ve been having a rubbish day when people have been making fun of me, they cheer me up. It makes me feel better about myself” A member of our International Young Company. Weekly sessions at Ark-T are part of the Creativity Changes Lives project funded by BBC Children In Need.