• 18-25? Want a career in theatre?

    • Sanaa Abstrakt
  • TYPT puts emerging theatre makers aged 18-25 together with established artists to develop their practice, test ideas and produce a brand new piece of theatre in just 4 weeks. We have opportunities both offstage and onstage.

    Whether you are a performer, stage manager, designer or technician, every element of the TYPT process will be open to you from initial production meetings to script development sessions; from meetings with graphic designers to the get-out.

    Taking part is free. Please note TYPT is open to participants aged 18-25 only.

  • TYPT:18 will take place from 6 – 31 August 2018

  • Apply before 6pm on Sunday 10th June 2018 - Download the application form (Word Document)

  • Michaela Coel, Writer and Performer, BAFTA Winner ‘Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme’ and ‘Breakthrough Talent’ 2016

    "I came to TYPT looking for the empowerment to develop as a performer and writer, and I certainly succeeded, we all did. Talawa’s enduring faith in developing new artists is remarkable and for my own journey TYPT was the biggest part of that."

  • Assistant Stage Manager, TYPT:12

    “This was my first time working outside of my uni on a professional production…I was able to develop skills and realise the strengths and weaknesses in my practice”

  • Past TYPT participants have gone on to successful careers in theatre; working as performers, producers, writers and technicians for a range of organisations including The Bush Theatre, Oval House, Young Vic, and the National Theatre. Alumni include: 

    • Michaela Coel (E4’s Chewing Gum and The AliensChannel 4’s Top Boy and HomeNational Theatre
    • Nonso Anozie (HBO’s Game of Thrones, CBSZoo and Disney’s Cinderella)  
    • Shanika Warren-Markland (Noel Clarke’s Adulthood, Brotherhood and 4321 and BFI’s Gone Too Far!).
    • Femi Oguns MBE (Director of The Identity Drama School)
    • Sandra Thompson-Quartey (Artistic Director of Writers Avenue Theatre Company and Talent Agency)

    Follow the links to see past productions BITE YOUR TONGUE and  HATCH

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