Gobo Theatre Foundation puts young talent centre stage by giving young people their first job in theatre, paying them a fair wage as they launch their careers.
The charity was set up to support 16-25s who are dedicated to following a career in theatre but have no professional experience. Gobo bridges the gap between education and career. We give young people their first professional contract and provide career guidance as well as vocational training. Many young people have to work for nothing when starting out, but Gobo pays a fair wage so those working for us don't have to rely on support from their families. Fair paid is fair played. Read more»
Gobo Theatre is launching its own brand of youth theatre. Be completely immersed in the making of a show. Not only a brilliant way to learn how to act, sing and dance but design costumes, make props, build sets and create the production along with an experienced team.
Take part in a theatre school run by a professional theatre company with a love of fostering young talent. No matter what size role they have in the play, all students will receive equal attention as they build on their individual talents. GoboYOOF! is all about creating something together, having fun and learning ideas and processes that can be used again and again both in theatre and the wider world.
No matter what role they have, all students will receive equal attention as they build on their individual talents. GoboYOOF! is all about creating something together, having fun and learning ideas and processes that can be used again and again both in theatre and the wider world.
To book a place or for more information, please contact our director Amy on 07970 581924 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fees are £20 per week (£200 per term) and must be paid in advance.
There are a small number of subsidies available for low-income families.
Alice by Laura Wade, toured with some brilliant young people who we’ve been proud to work with. We think they’ll go on to do some amazing things and hope they’ll never forgot this first touring experience. Probably not with Director Amy choosing 5 people to play 32 parts, or Accountant David putting them through the tax return mill! Trying to have a conversation with yourself onstage whilst somewhere in the back of your mind wondering if you kept the petrol receipt is not an experience that you easily forget!
Thank you to everyone who came to see the show - we hope you enjoyed as much as we did!
This modern adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland follows Alice into the barking mad Wonderland where she encounters a whole host of wacky characters who, in their own special ways, help her come to terms with the death of her brother.
Drum roll please...
Thanks to everyone who took part in our promotional video with Hugh Dennis and the cast of Mrs Brown's Boys - we managed to raise nearly £2500 for Children in Need with our initial £100 investment. We were thrilled with the interest it received, and we're delighted to finally be able to unveil our cinematic masterpiece. So sit back and enjoy...
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We're always on the lookout for imaginative new fundraising ideas - and here's one we love! No climbing mountains or sitting in a bath of ice.
Young people starting their careers often have to work for nothing to gain experience. This is unfair and means that often young people can only pursue their chosen career if their families can financially support them. With Gobo, ‘fair paid is fair played’. Rather than exploiting young people, we give them training and experience while paying a fair wage.
We offer a range of Corporate Workshops and Drama Classes which are led by our team of experienced professional actors. We teach participants a wide variety of theatre techniques and show how they can be used to improve personal or professional effectiveness, or just to increase enjoyment of theatre.