Studio Theatre, Ashley Road Salisbury

Tickets: Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row, Salisbury Phone: 01722 342860 or from www.ticketsource.co.uk/studiotheatresalisbury

Youth Theatre

Our thriving Youth Theatre consists of 30 multi-talented members from 11 to 18 years of age who meet once a week at the Theatre for workshops and rehearsals. They also put on a yearly full production, along with other projects throughout the year. Currently due to covid restrictions, they are meeting online instead but working towards when the Theatre will be able to reopen.

In February 2020, they put on 6 night sold-out run of My Fair Lady and received very good reviews you can read here.

If you or your child is interested in joining, please email studioyouththeatre@gmail.com or fill out the form below.

Member of the National Association of Youth Theatres

Youth Theatre with Collabro

Collabro on tour came to Salisbury for a one-off appearance at the City Hall in April 2019. The venue was packed with fans of the former winners of Britain’s Got Talent, keen to hear much-loved musical numbers performed by the four young men. And they weren’t disappointed.

Their full-throated voices did justice to songs ranging from West Side Story to Evita; The Greatest Showman to Les Miserables; Sunset Boulevard to a foot-stomping, effervescent medley of all the Jersey Boys hits which had everyone hoofing it up in the aisles.

After the interval, the twenty members of the youth theatre filed in and accompanied Collabro on two songs, lead by their choir conductor, Nicola McKeown. At the end, one young member, Eleanor Jacobs, was asked to sing a short song – a cappella. What an honour, as she said herself after her performance.

The whole production was West End standard, as befits a show heading for the Albert Hall in London.

What a pleasure to see such professionalism in Salisbury and how special to see our own young talent being part of it.

Les Miserables visit

One of their most successful productions was Les Miserables (Schools Edition) in February 2018. As inspiration, they attended an acting session at the Queen’s Theatre in the West End, as well as a tour of the Theatre before an afternoon performance. Here is an account of their day.