PROCESS & PERFORMANCE

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Our work

Prague Youth Theatre was founded in 2011 with the aim to offer a performance-based learning structure for young actors. We are the city's only English-language youth theatre for 3-17 year olds. 

We enrol twice a year for terms starting in September and January. Students begin rehearsals at the beginning of each term and rehearse weekly for performances in December and June. 

We put equal emphasis on the drama process, and the final product and we are passionate about creating performances that excite and challenge our actors, and showcase their strengths and talents.

As a centre of excellence our classes are led by professionally trained teachers. Our students are encouraged to think, question and grow as creative, confident, and successful individuals and to take ownership of, and pride in the exciting work they create together. 

Prague Youth Theatre is fully inclusive and open to all. Our free trial sessions are provided for the benefit of the students and their parents, not as a means of auditioning potential members. 

Other Opportunities

More ways to get involved

Non performance-based courses, classes and events

Our weekly courses are complimented throughout the year with a host of opportunities for students to enhance their learning experience. 

London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) tuition is offered to students who wish to take the LAMDA examinations and gain world-renowned qualifications in a range of performance subjects. More info here.

Fun drama hour is available for those students who wish to enjoy drama more than once per week, and for any students who are unable to attend on Saturdays or commit to the performance courses. More info here.  

Specialist workshops led by visiting professionals in various fields of performance and production. 

Theatre trips for students and their parents/guardians are organised as regularly as possible to expand the students’ experience of live theatre. 

Summer camps (both in Prague and abroad) provide fun and exciting opportunities to make theatre and friends during the summer break. More info here