South West Youth Theatre is a professionally led youth theatre based in Earlsfield SW18.
The focus of the work is directing new writing for young people. Established in 1990 the group began a collaboration with the National Theatre's Connections Programme in 1996.
The youth theatre is run by Samantha Giblin who produces the shows. The plays are directed by professional actor Nicola Sanderson.
EarlsfieldSchool, Tranmere Road, Wandsworth, London SW18 Time Wednesdays The current project is the creation of an ensemble play for ages 10+. The play will be scripted for performance in the Wandsworth Arts Festival 2014.
FOR 2012 THE GROUP PERFORMED THE PRINCE OF DENMARK FOR THE NATIONAL THEATRE'S NEW CONNECTIONS PROGRAMME
Royal National Theatre's Connections
‘Success’ by Nick Drake 2009 RNT Connections - Tara Studio & Hampstead Theatre
‘Fugee’ BY Abi Morgan 2008 RNT Connections - Earlsfield School & Hampstead Theatre
‘Ruckus in the Garden’ by David Farr 2007 RNT Connections - EarlsfieldSchool & Lyric Hammersmith
‘The Shoemaker’s Incredible Wife’ by F G Lorca, translated by Lucinda Coxon