A local youth theatre club in Goole are in the process of creating a time capsule show they hope that in 100 years’ time someone will discover.
Castaway Youth Theatre offers weekly drama workshops for children and young people (aged 8-18) with additional needs.
With specialist support, sessions are a great opportunity to make friends, build confidence and have fun achieving truly great things.
The youth activities ensure that young people have the opportunity to enjoy fun and meaningful experiences independently of their primary carers, thereby contributing to their social development and reducing social isolation. The sessions are run on Saturdays from 1pm-3pm.
The Youth Theatre has been working very hard since September 2019 devising an original live show made up of live performance and video to film and put into a time capsule.
The youth club will be performing the show live to family and friends on the 8th February and are burying the time capsule by the Castaway Anchor in Goole the following week.
Elle Douglas, Project Leader, told Our Goole: “We wanted to capture what life is like for us now in the hope that in 100 years, someone will uncover our time capsule and learn about life today. Our members have combined their creative skills and minds to create an interesting show that captures what life is like for them in 2020. We hope future generations will find our time capsule.”
Good luck to everyone at Castaway Youth Theatre with the performance and who knows, you maybe watching the show in 100 years’ time.