Japan/UK Youth Exchange: To See You, At Last Selection Workshops
- Venue: First Floor
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Age Guidance: 16 – 21
More Information on Japan/UK Youth Exchange: To See You, At Last Selection Workshops
Leeds Playhouse is offering young people aged 16 – 21 the opportunity to visit Japan and collaborate with a group of Japanese young people to make a brand new international piece of theatre.
To See You, At Last is an exciting new project that will see 8 young people in Leeds and 8 young people in Tokyo collaborate on a new piece of theatre exploring connections and reunions.
Working with theatre-makers Alexander Ferris (UK) and Go Fujii (Japan) in partnership with our friends at ala Public Arts Centre, Kani, this is a very special opportunity. If you are a passionate young person who enjoys making theatre, meeting new people and having new experiences, book your place on one of our selection workshops.
In addition to the selection workshop, please also complete an application form and a Video Postcard.
The project is due to run here in Leeds from 29 June to 27 July, with the trip to Kani in Japan fro 1 August to 14 August. More information about the dates is available in the downloadable application form.
How to Apply
- Book a selection workshop slot below, or by calling our Box Office on 0113 213 7700.
- Complete an application form and bring it with you to the selection workshop. Download the application form here.
- Submit a Video Postcard before the selection workshop. The Video Postcard should be no more than 2 minutes long, and should be a creative representation of who you are and what you would look forward to most about being part of this project. Once you have filmed your Video Postcard please send it via WeTransfer or Dropbox link to email@example.com.
No experience is necessary. Just a willingness to work with others and try new things.
All travel, accommodation and a daily allowance for meals will be provided by organisers. There is just a participatory fee of £100 (bursaries available) and participants will also need to bring their own spending money.
A signed performance is the usual full production using either the creative use of sign integrated into the performance or a British Sign Language Interpreter on stage interpreting the show for D/deaf attendees.Audio Described
Audio Described performances are designed to improve the experience of visually impaired and blind attendees. As well as listening to the dialogue on stage the customer can wear a headset and listen to a live description of the action on stage.Relaxed Performance
A relaxed performance is a specially selected show from our programme, with slight adaptations to make it suitable for an audience of young people or adults with learning disabilities. This may include extra lighting, additional wheelchair spaces and the freedom to move to alternative seating if required.Dementia-Friendly Performance
A relaxed performance with adaptations to technical aspects of the show, flexible seating options and a relaxed attitude to audience responses and movement in the auditorium. In our front of house space we will have a quiet room, clearer visual markers and signage, and additional staff and volunteers trained to sensitively and respectfully welcome people living with dementia and their supporters to this show.Sing Along
Sing along with the cast in this exclusive performance. Lyrics will be on screen, so you can join in as loud as you like. Open to all, fancy dress is optional but highly recommended.Post Show Discussion
Parent & Baby Performance
A Parent and Baby performance enables parents to attend the theatre with their baby (under 12 months). We make small adaptations to the lighting and sound effects, including keeping the auditorium lights slightly raised. The seating is unallocated and there is a relaxed attitude to noise.
- - Captioned
- - Signed
- - Audio Description
- - Relaxed Performance
- - Dementia Friendly Performance
- - Post Show Discussion
- - Sing Along
- - Parent & Baby Performance