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DreamArts is one of London's leading youth arts companies.
British Theatre Guide
to go out and work with young people to help them be their best through quality youth arts.
From new urban musicals in the West End and Youth Arts Leadership schemes where young people run their own projects, to weekly workshops with top professionals,over 400 members each year credit DreamArts with making a difference to their lives.
Blending fun with high artistic standards and personal
development, members get involved at
as choreographers and actors to writers, music producers, costume designers and stage managers. Whether going onto study, setting up their own arts companies or achieving Top 20 hits, DreamArts unlocks the potential of young people through the arts so they can achieve in all areas of their lives.
Our unique range of projects operate in 4 programmes:
Before I wasn't sure what to do. Now as a career I hope to direct my own shows, choreograph, write, and teach. DreamArts gave me experience and training in arts management, directing, budgeting, and delivering workshops
I developed leadership skills I didn't know I had, inspiring me to attend Uni and start my own company.
Youth Arts Leader
DreamArts is kindly supported by the following Friends:
AZR Ltd Brenda & Michael Meldrum Jon Gyngell Cait Chidgey John Hyatt Steve Potts
Susan Whiddington Anne McMellen Richard Major Johannah Hogg Mr & Mrs A Roche Vicky Hawkins Bethany McDonald Shepherd Dionne Griffith Anne Reyersbach Ronald Cummings-John Graham Whitlock
Vicky George Nick Moffat Catherine Longworth Jesse Griffiths Damien Anyasi Claire Kehoe Paul Wooler Arabella Neville-Rolfe Katharine Skorupska