POSTPONED: Friday Club

Do you have a learning disability? Do you want to work with other creative people developing performance skills and having fun? Friday Club runs from 10.30am - 12.30pm on Fridays
POSTPONED: Friday Club

In line with the latest advice issued by the Scottish and UK Governments, all performances and classes are cancelled until the end of July 2020. Friday Club members continue to meet virtually. If you normally take part in and would like to hear from us, please email us and we will keep in touch

See our full statement on Coronavirus.

From autumn 2018 Friday Club will run at Scotland Street School Museum as the Citizens Theatre undergoes a major redevelopment project. Click here to see how to find us at Scotland Street School Museum.

If you’ve got stories to tell and ideas to explore, come to the Citizens Theatre and join the Friday Club. Build your creative skills and self-confidence in a supportive and stimulating environment.

The Friday Club is for people 18 years plus and their companions. Places are limited, so book now if you want to be part of The Club. Contact Louisebrown@citz.co.uk, Creative Learning Officer, to book or for more info (0141 418 6273).

There are also special Friday Club events to see productions in the theatre throughout the term.

‘This project helps me see the future I want for myself.’ Friday Club participant

‘An incredible film that showcases the ability of the full group and what they can achieve. The motivation this gives these individuals is priceless.’ Parent of Friday Club member

‘The Friday Club has helped me get more confidence and now I’m speaking out more often. I have put it on my CV and that helps me find voluntary work and look for other voluntary work. I was a volunteer at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and now I work for the Red Cross.’  Friday Club participant

Citizens Ghost

The Friday Club made their first film Citizens Ghost, set in and around the atmospheric Citizens Theatre. We explored the idea of who this fantastic building belonged to, our audiences and the people who work here (in Wardrobe, the paint frame, rehearsal rooms etc) or the ghosts who haunt the building. This was another great opportunity to have a lot of fun, create new characters and learn new skills:

‘Filming takes time and repetition - you had to keep calm and carry on! I learnt about having patience, working as part of a team and keeping focussed.’

Watch with the lights on!

We are very grateful for the support from Boshier Hinton to make this film. 

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Running Time: 2hr 30min

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