Welcome to Belong...
We run groups and workshops for all ages where you can get creative and make theatre.
Whether you want to learn about making theatre, get creative or simply meet new people and make new friends, our workshops and groups offer lots of different experiences – from acting and dance, to music and backstage skills - no experience necessary!
Theatre provides a sense of belonging and togetherness with the local community, working alongside and building relationships with people who have similar interests in the creative artsCalum Jones, aged 21, member of Company17
Doing the weekly workshop has been a lifesaver for me, as I live on my own and have not been going out, it has been something to look forward toCarol Hubbert, member of Company 65
To book please contact the box office on 01352 344101
If you have any questions or need any help then our team is here to support you.
Phone: 01352 344101
Accessible to everyone.
Our groups and workshops are accessible to everyone. If there is anything stopping you from joining - it might be financial, travel or maybe just the confidence to join us for the first time – then please get in touch and we’ll be able to help either with advice, bursaries or a free workshop.
Discounted Tickets, Masterclasses and more...
Our highly skilled practitioners deliver dynamic, inspiring workshops, and there are many other exclusive benefits to joining our workshops...
These include; a chance to perform on our professional stages, community cast opportunities, a termly newsletter, invitations to our guest nights, discounted tickets, and much more!
Sean, our host and member of Company17, takes us on a journey to 'Belong', the 2023 Theatr Clwyd Companies project.
He'll introduce us to company members, creative associates and friends as they create a show together, building up to the Summer performances. You'll get to know the inspirations and experiences of our company members, including musical tastes, motivations and heroes. So... what it’s like to be a member of Company17 and what does it mean to ‘Belong’?