News & Blogs featuring Chantelle Hosie

87 Miles a roaring success!

On Saturday, young people from Toonspeak and from the Ryan Youth Theatre in Stranraer performed 87 Miles, a fantastic production written by the young people over a year-long partnership project. There was fantastic acting from all our young writers. The … Continued

Theatre Critics Reviews 2013

In Toonspeak’s second year of the Theatre Critics project, 11 enthusiastic young people took on the challenge of developing a critical eye. The group was delighted to be joined again by professional theatre critic Gareth Vile. Throughout the Autumn, the … Continued

Theatre Critics Reviews 2012

In 2012 Toonspeak ran the Theatre Critics project for the first time. Eight young people ages 14+ took part in viewing and reviewing seven theatre productions alongside a professional theatre critic, Gareth Vile. We received such positive feedback from the … Continued

Productions featuring Chantelle Hosie

Just for One Day

March 2014 Everyone can be a hero. Everyone has a hero inside them. Maybe they just need a little demonstration, a little teaching and a whole lot of fun… to help that hero come out! For three months, Toonspeak held … Continued

LOCKDOWN: The Challenge

August 2013 In 2033 the oil ran out. At first it was only a few people leaving, emigrating to a better life elsewhere. And then the troubles began. The crime. The riots. Things started to run out. A week after … Continued

87 Miles

The 87 Miles project is working with professionals to develop writing skills and producing their own play to be performed in the Summer of 2014!

Just Get By

March 2013 In January, over 70 young people from across North and East Glasgow between the ages of 11 and 23 came together to create a performance about the role of money in our lives. Two groups in Balgrayhill and … Continued

Seeing is Believing

A one of a kind theatrical event developed by the young people of North Glasgow.

Figment

Festival of the Imagination Performance 2010 Created by 17 Toonspeak young people aged 11-15, Figment explored those moments in a day when your imagination takes over and worlds collide‚Ķ’ With six performances over five days, the young people involved worked … Continued