Giufà Project: GYO1 Workshops

Come and take part in a fun, creative two day workshop and a celebratory performance in Battle as part of this summer’s Giufà Project.

Glyndebourne is working together with Opera Circus, Battle Festival and Crisis Classroom to create The Giufà Project, and we would love you to be part of it.

If you are aged between 9 and 13 and love singing, drama, movement and performance you are invited to join us for something very special at the end of the summer holidays. An exciting team of international artists from a range of different disciplines will be working with young people from across Europe and beyond to create and share new art on the theme of migration.

Sessions will take place at Battle Abbey School:
Wednesday 29 August: 10.00am – 6.00pm
Thursday 30 August: 10.00am – 6.00pm
There will be an open performance for family and friends at 3.30pm on Thursday 30 August.

Who will be involved?

We have put together an exciting team of international artists from a range of different disciplines including:

Omar Shahryar – Composer
Howard Moody – Composer
Judith Coleman – Singer
Lucy Bradley – Director
Laura Fatini – Writer/Director
Alister O’Loughlin – Parkour/Movement
Miranda Henderson – Dance/Movement
Tim Corrigan – Visual Art/Film

Also participating in the project will be young artists from Italy and Portugal and other special guest artists.

Find out more about The Giufà Project

How can you take part?

If you are aged between 9 and 13 on Wednesday 29 August and live within 25 miles of Glyndebourne you can book your place now. Places are allocated on a strictly first-come-first-served basis.

Book now

The workshop costs £36 for the two days. There is a concessionary rate of £18 for families in receipt of benefits (you will be asked to provide proof of status) and for families with more than one sibling taking part.

Booking closes Friday 24 August

The Giufà Project is supported through investment from Glyndebourne’s New Generation Programme which invests significantly in developing new audiences and artists of the future.