Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Free Theatre tickets to under 26-year olds


Young people across the UK will be given free theatre tickets in a new £2.5 million government- funded scheme.
Living in London we have a range of different theatres and lots of young and upcoming talent in the world of the Arts and it is only right that young people have access to explore this. The scheme will encourage young people to experience live theatre shows and discover the wonderful world of the arts and culture.

This is great news for all young people in Lambeth with theatres including the Young Vic and the National Theatre, both situated in Lambeth taking part in the programme.

Other theatres across London participating include the Almeida in Islington, the Greenwich Theatre House, the Soho Theatre and Battersea Arts Centre.

With the half term week due to start next week (16 -20 Feb) this would be a great opportunity for young people in Lambeth to visit one of the many theatres participating in the scheme. The scheme offers thousand of theatre tickets to a whole range of events including comedy, musical theatres, dance, modern mine plays and many more.

It is really easy to apply for the tickets – all you need to do is type in your postcode, find a theatre near you and book. For more information and a full list of participating theatres log onto
A Night Less Ordinary

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