Take Part: LOV

Terry O'Toole Theatre is part of Lincolnshire One Venues. The programme works with the theatre to engage young people in the venue with programming groups, events and workshops.

LOV Film Club at Terry O'Toole Theatre

We are looking for young people aged 12 – 25, with an interest in film, to help us programme British Independent films at the Terry O’Toole Theatre. The sessions are completely FREE to attend and the group will plan and present film screenings on the first Friday of every month.

As a member of LOVFilm Club, you will learn about event management, including: marketing, film licencing, venue liaison, professional programming and more. The sessions are youth led; you will choose and programme independent films for the theatre’s programme.

So if you have an interest in film and/ or event management and want to get involved in this project then email: lovfilm@litc.org.uk for more information or call Ben Reynolds 07867 005046

Youth Capture - Sessions for Playwrights


Are you interested in script writing?

Want to write your own play/poem/story and have it performed on stage?

Lincolnshire One Venues and Terry O’Toole Theatre are starting up a weekly creative writing group, completely FREE for young people aged 12-25 called Youth Capture.

Come and learn some writing techniques to inspire new and fresh ideas. Learn how to develop characters and plot and share your work with other young writers to hone your craft.

Members will be working towards a script in hand performance at the theatre at the beginning of 2018. Sessions will be led by Lincolnshire playwright Kate Newman, whose work has toured in Lincoln and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Sessions will regularly feature local writers and theatre makers.

Sessions will run weekly on Tuesdays 5-6pm. We start back in the new year on Tuesday 16th January 2018 at Terry O’Toole Theatre, North Hykeham, Lincoln, LN6 9NX.

Please click interested or attend and get in touch register your interest in these FREE weekly sessions.

For more information, please contact project worker Kate Newman at kate.newman@litc.org.uk