Young Storyhouse Takeover

Young Storyhouse will take over Storyhouse's digital channels to celebrate young talent from around the world! Running from
Last event: Saturday 6 June 2020 at 10.30am

Members get 10% off tickets at Storyhouse. Moonlight Flicks and Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre. £4 month, no commitment, priority booking, no fees, instant access, two tickets per member.

  • Online

Each year, Young Storyhouse take over the Storyhouse building and fill it with music, performance, and art. This year, as Storyhouse is temporarily closed during lockdown, Young Storyhouse created an online celebration of young talent from around the world. You can watch each session below – enjoy!

Find out more about Young Storyhouse here.

Sunrise Session

Sunrise Session was a morning of relaxing entries from talented young people, including easy-listening music, beautiful art and some drama monologues.

Line-Up:
Introduction from Young Storyhouse
Cam – Stars (Original Song)
Isabel – Introduction
William – Wild Goose by Mary Oliver (monologue)

Watch Sunrise Session One here:

Ross – Tadow by FKJ & Masego
Nellie – Wild Horses by The Rolling Stones
Sophie – Pencil Art
Joel – I Wasn’t Expecting That (cover)
Emily – Nocturne No. 2 by Chopin

Watch Sunrise Session Two here:

The Lythgoes (Beth, Cam & Tash) – All Is Found from Frozen 2
Daniel – Waves (cover)
Alrowwad – Kanan Abu Srour – King Kanan (piano piece)
Eve – Original Song

Watch Sunrise Session Three here:

Charlotte – Can’t Help Falling In Love
Nina – Parasite by Nick Drake
Amber – Distance (cover)
Round-up from Young Storyhouse

Watch Sunrise Session Four here:

 


Young Takeover Interlud: Young Storyhouse & Chester Samaritans

Young Storyhouse created this film in partnership with Chester Samaritans to inform and educate on teenage emotional health.


Uplifting Session

Uplifting  Session is full of joyful music, dance, art, poetry and drama, all by young people from around the world, to help lift you up during lockdown.

Line-Up
Young Storyhouse Introduction
Phoebe – She Used to Be Mine
Bethany – Disney Art
Elle – Elle’s Poem
Charlotte – The Greatest by Sia (Dance Performance)
Phoebe – My Favourite Place to Be by Sophie Simnett (cover)
Mortal Fools – Relentless (Drama Piece)
Jayda – Bridges by Aisha Badru (Dance Performance)

Watch Uplifting Session One here:

Sophie – Songs from Wicked
Nadya – Stand Up
Maddie – Home To You by Sigrid
Anna – Out Here On My Own from Fame
Niamh – People Help The People (cover)

Watch Uplifting Session Two here:

Alrowwad – Rooftop Dance Troupe (Dance Performance)
Lowri – She Used To Be Mine (cover)
Will – Seigfried by Frank Ocean
Freya – Original Dance Performance
Nina – Samba Triste 1 (Sax0phone cover)
Alrowwad – Music Group
Lydia – I’d Rather Be Me
Charlotte B – Original Song
Young Storyhouse Round-Up

Watch Uplifting Session Three here:


Young Takeover Interlude: Mortal Fools & Young Storyhouse Panel: What has the pandemic taught us about education in the UK?


Sunset Session – from 6.30pm

The Sunset session showcases a variety of musicians, poets and performers ideal for the perfect evening in.

Line-Up
Young Storyhouse Introduction
Jada – George Floyd (Original Song)
Jada – Black Lives Matter (Statement)

Watch Sunset Session One here:

Alastair – Look For Tomorrow
Taryn – The Desire To Be Liked (Poem)
Lew (Freeburn Young Performers) – What Piece Of Work Is A Man (Hamlet Monologue) / Strange by Patsy Cline

Watch Sunset Session Two here:

Foxey Hardman – Red Riding Hood
Nell  – Bodies and Exploration (Poem)
Honor – Monologue
George – How’d You Feel (Spoken Word)
Joseph – White Lies (Spoken Word)
Alex – Original Poem

Watch Sunset Session Three here:

Naomi – Just Me (Monologue)
Melissa – The Second War Of Thermodynamics (Monologue)
Ellie – The Things I Know To Be True (Rosie’s Monologue)
Charlotte – Chapel Street by Luke Barnes

Watch Sunset Session Four here:

Curtain Call Productions – The Song of Purple Summer
Tenderfoot Theatre – Balance
Jess Thomas – Original Song
Red Amber – I Feel It Coming (The Weekend)
Daniel – Perfect World
SGWAC – Documentary
Young Storyhouse Round-Up

Watch Sunset Session Five here:


 

 

Rams (12)
Showing until: Wednesday 31 March
Online

1hr 59 | Sheep-loving brothers, Colin and Les live on neighbouring ranches but have not spoken in 40 years. When a lethal illness threatens their flocks they have to put aside their long feud to work together.

Feminista Film Tour
Showing until: Wednesday 31 March
Online

1hr 41 | Celebrating International Women’s Day with inspiring films from musical pursuits to outdoor challenges, these women are change makers and trail blazers.

White Colour Black (15)
Showing until: Wednesday 31 March
Online

1hr 25 | Successful London based photographer Leke has it all but when a message from Senegal calls him to return ‘home’, he reluctantly leaves his carefree, hedonistic lifestyle behind.

On Stage Lunchtime Lectures – Digging into the Dark Ages: Early Medieval Fake Histories and How to Combat Them
Online

Howard Williams explores how stereotypes and popular perceptions of the Early Middle Ages – popularly still considered the European ‘Dark Ages’ – plague our popular culture.

Assassins (12)
Showing until: Sunday 28 February
Online

1hr 44 | A wildly improbable tale of a calculating dictator, a nefarious plot, a very public murder, and two women fighting for their lives.

Synchronic (15)
Showing until: Sunday 28 February
Online

1hr 36 | Two New Orleans paramedics encounter a series of horrific deaths linked to a designer drug. In a perfect storm of personal crises, their friendship and families are ripped apart by the pill’s bizarre effects.

The Best of Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2020
Showing until: Sunday 21 February
Online

1hr 49 | Presenting the pinnacle of adventure films, showing a host of incredible journeys, and transporting you to the great outdoors whilst the world is on pause.

Love Child (12A)
Showing until: Sunday 21 February
Online

1hr 51 | A heart-breaking portrait of an Iranian couple forced to flee for their lives from Tehran where their secret affair and illegitimate child are both considered crimes.

Possessor (18)
Showing until: Monday 1 February
Online

1hr 43 | Sci-fi thriller about a corporate agent who uses brain-implant technology to inhabit other people’s bodies, driving them to commit assassinations for the benefit of the company.

MLK/FBI (12)
Showing until: Sunday 28 February
Online

1hr 44 | Based on newly declassified files, Sam Pollard’s resonant film explores the US government’s surveillance and harassment of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Become a Member

Storyhouse Card is just £4 per month, with no ongoing commitment – you can cancel anytime.  It’s great value, and to us a great help.

Joining is instant, you can buy tickets at the discounted rate as soon as you’re signed up. Join here.