Young People's Theatre Archive

Past performances by the Proteus and Central Studio Young People's Theatre

Date Show
Feb 2017 Our Town - Performed by Basingstoke Youth Theatre, directed by Sarah Brown
Feb 2017 The White Carnation - Performed by Proteus Young Company, directed by Sarah Brown
Feb 2017 The Jungle Book - Performed by the ProActives, directed by Nick Ash
Feb 2017 Queen of the Pond - Performed by the ProPellers, directed by Lizzy Price
Feb 2016 The Bourbons and other Crackers, Performed by the ProPellers, directed by Lizzy Price
Feb 2016 Kangaroo and Pronoun, performed by Basingstoke Youth Theatre and the Young Company, directed by Ben Mills & Ross Harvie
Feb 2016 Extracts devised and performed by the ProActives, directed by Sarah Brown
July 2013 Ghost Stories! devised and performed by the ProActives, directed by Sarah Brown
July 2013 Matilda's Marvellous Medicine, written and directed by Zoe Cundy, performed by the ProPellers
Feb 2013 Hamlet, what was the question? written by Geoff Bamber, directed by Sarah Brown, performed by the ProActives
Feb 2013 Lord of the Flies, written by William Golding and adapted for the stage by Nigel Williams, directed by Amanda Affleck-Cruise, performed by the Monday Youth Theatre
Feb 2013 Little Red, written and directed by Zoe Cundy, performed by the ProPellers
Feb 2013 13 written by Mike Bartlett, directed by Ross Harvie, performed by the Thursday Youth Theatre
July 2012 Alice in Wonderland written by Kathryn Schultz Miller, directed by Kat Ellicott, assisted by Zoe Cundy, performed by the Pro-pellers
July 2012 Let's Make History 1895 written by Clive Holland, directed by Amanda Affleck-Cruise, assisted by Ben Mills, designed by Sam Pine, performed by the Pro-jectors
July 2012 Let's Make History 1645 writted by Clive Holland, directed by Ross Harvie, assisted by Ben Mills, designed by Sam Pine, performed by the Pro-teens
July 2012 Let's Make History 1965 written by David Lane, directed by Kat Ellicott & Ross Harvie, assisted by Ben Mills, designed by Sam Pine, performed by the Pro-actives
 Feb 2012 Twisted Rhymes directed by Katherine Ellicott, devised and performed by the Pro-pellers, based on Roald Dahl's 'Revolting Rhymes'
 Feb 2012 Talks directed by Ross Harvie, devised and performed by the Pro-teens, based on the conversations from the play 'Talking to terrorists' by Robin Soans
 Feb 2012 Un-Reality TV written and directed by AJ Pearce, devised and performed by the Pro-actives
 Jan 2012 Ringtones written and directed by Amanda Affleck-Cruise, devised and performed by the Pro-jectors
 Oct 2011 More Ghost Stories directed by Ross Harvie, devised and performed by the Young People's Theatre
 Jul 2011 Twisted Tales of Terror written by Jeanine Harvey, directed by Alix Cazalet, performed by the Pro-actives
 Jul 2011 Tess of the D'Urbervilles a play by Michael Fry, adapted from the novel by Thomas Hardy, directed by Amanda Affleck-Cruise, performed by the Pro-jectors
 Jul 2011 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe from the book by C.S. Lewis, adapted by Glyn Robbins, directed by Ross Harvie, performed by the Pro-pellers
 Jul 2011 Macbeth written by William Shakespeare, directed by Alix Cazalet, performed by the Pro-teens
 Jun 2011 Athletic Adrenaline directed by Ross Harvie and Dan Watson, devised and performed by the Young People's Theatre
 Feb 2011 Shake it up! devised by the company based on the works of William Shakespeare, directed by Ross Harvie and Mary Swan, performed by the Young People's Theatre
 Feb 2011 A double bill, Blackout written by Davey Anderson & Success written by Nick Drake, directed by Amanda Affleck-Cruise, performed by the Pro-jectors
 Jan 2011 Moral Stories directed by Ross Harvie, devised and performed by the Pro-pellers
 Jan 2011 Scrooge's Christmas Carol written by Darren Humphries, directed by Alix Cazalet, performed by the Pro-teens
 Dec 2010 Jack and the Amazing Multicoloured Beanstalk written by Geoff Bamber, directed by Alix Cazalet, performed by the Pro-actives
 Oct 2010 Ghost Stories directed by Mary Swan and Ross Harvie, devised and performed by the Young People's Theatre