Wright Rohde Theatre is collaborating with Glass Ceiling Arts Collective to deliver an inclusive youth theatre programme in the Bay of Plenty. 

It’s a celebration of our diverse rangatahi, with youth voice central to our kaupapa.

Together, we foster a sense of belonging, building confidence and training a new generation of diverse performers. We are committed to building resilient communities by ensuring everyone has access to quality arts programmes.

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Matua Hall, 110 Levers Road, Matua

Saturdays, 12-2pm

Tutors: Bianca Pearce & Elise Rohde

Cost: We recognise that one of the biggest barriers to access is financial. With this in mind we have developed a funding model based on no cost or low cost for all participants.

Contact for any questions.