Beyond the scope of our festival there’s loads for young people to get involved with across our vibrant city. Whether you love visual art, dance or fashion there’s something for you! Here we’ve gathered together some of our favourites. Do you know about any others? Tell us about them via email@example.com and we’ll add them here!
Collective Encounters Youth Theatre
Open to young people aged 13–25. Taking place on Tuesday evenings 6.30–8.30pm. CE:YT works towards two new productions each year and also takes part in masterclasses
and residencies led by national practitioners and organisations.
Young Everyman Playhouse
For anyone aged 11–25 who wants to try new activities and become part of a thriving theatre. YEP offers opportunities
to become a Young Actor, Writer, Technician, Producer, Communicator or Director.
20 Stories High Youth Theatre and Young Actors Company
Collaborate with 20 Stories High directors and artists in regular weekly groups and one-off workshops (for young people age 13–25). No auditions, free of charge and open to everyone wanting to getting involved with theatre.
Freehand at FACT
An exciting programme designed to support 13–25 year
olds develop skills in a range of areas including filmmaking, management, and digital art and design.
A space for young creatives to discover, share and discuss art.
If you would like to join or simply keep in the loop with Tate Collective activities and events, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pagoda Chinese Youth Orchestra
Open to anyone aged 8–18 who would like to learn to play an instrument. No audition or any previous music knowledge is needed, as long as you willing to give your commitment to
Unity Youth Theatre
Gain experience in performing arts and work alongside professional theatre companies, performers and practitioners. Taking place on Mondays it’s open to all young people aged
As the saying goes: when you find a job you love, you’ll never work another day. As a creative individual, securing a career in the arts means just this. However, it is no secret that the field
is tough. The question of how to get your self noticed is a daunting one. You have been told that experience is key –
but how do I turn this in to a career?
#FluxSkills is a special part of the festival designed to get
the ambitious young people of the city face-to-face with the professionals who can help guide them on their way. Whether you have a clear idea of your chosen career path yet or not, check out #FluxSkills to hear from industry professionals across Performance, Arts Management and Marketing, Digital, Music, Design and look out for top tips and streamed events via our Flux TV.
Everything you need to know about Flux Liverpool in the palm of your hand – and it’s free! This app is your interactive portal to the Flux Festival, allowing you to view the festival calendar bursting full of events and build your own bespoke ‘Schedule’.
Most excitingly we’ve developed a series of Flux Missions – should you choose to accept. Collect FluxBux for completing fun activities and if you manage to secure the highest number of FluxBux, you win the jackpot. This year’s jackpot is our highly coveted Flux Bundle bursting with all the tools you need to enhance your creative powers.