About ATG Creative Learning

Key documents and frequently asked questions
> I am a teacher – how can I find out more about creating a bespoke course for my students?
> Do you have any examples of the sorts of event you run?
> Safeguarding – the Ambassador Theatre Group has a comprehensive Safeguarding Policy designed to ensure the safety and well-being of all children and young people who use its venues.
> Can I do Work Experience with the Ambassador Theatre Group?
> View our Creative Learning Annual Review
> How do I book a place on your classes?
> How do I become an actor/administrator/technician in theatre?
> The Ambassador Theatre Group offers guidelines for school groups to help ensure their visit to the theatre runs smoothly.
> Can I audition for your shows?
> I am a theatre education practitioner. How can I work for the Ambassador Theatre Group?
> Want to know more about the world of theatre? For more information, visit our comprehensive blog on the subject.
> We recommend visiting the Get Into Theatre website for background information on careers in theatre, work experience, current opportunities and training.

I am a teacher – how can I find out more about creating a bespoke course for my students?
Contact us – we’re always interested in developing new courses and creating bespoke events to suit your needs.
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Can I audition for your shows?
Unfortunately not. Most of the shows presented in our theatres are produced by other theatre producers. Therefore, the Ambassador Theatre Group is not involved in casting them – the producers do that.We occasionally audition for children’s roles in some productions which have a large number of children in the cast such as pantomime, but this is rare. Such opportunities are usually advertised locally.If you want to be an actor, we recommend visiting the Get Into Theatre website for background information on careers in theatre, work experience, current opportunities and training.
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How can I meet the stars?
Sometimes we are able to offer unique opportunities to meet the actors and creative teams through events like pre- or post-show talks. Information about all such events will be listed in each theatre’s Season Brochure and on this website.Please remember that actors are busy people who work hard to give their best performance at every show and whilst they are usually very happy to take part in Question and Answer Sessions occasionally, it is unreasonable to expect them to engage in such events all the time.
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I am a theatre education practitioner. How can I work for the Ambassador Theatre Group?
We are always interested to meet new freelance practitioners.Please send a CV to the Head of Creative Learning (see our Contact Us page), or to your local Creative Learning Manager, if you are interested in working for the Group.
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