Toonspeak are proud to announce that they will be featuring their recent production ‘Lost and Found’ at the upcoming National Festival of Youth Theatre. There will be a smaller cast for this performance, the cast will now comprise of:- Connor … Continued
News & Blogs featuring Connor Gibson
Congratulations to the five successful participants who achieved their Bronze Arts Award: Jamie Gordon, Melissa McIlroy, Marc Harvey, Catriona Donald and Connor Gibson. These young people dedicated themselves to a nine week course of 40 hours to gain this nationally … Continued
Hawaii came to Toonspeak Tuesday on February 4th. Find out from Nicole all about what happened and why they were all standing around a bin in Hawaii shirts!
The Silver Arts Award course is in full swing and the group is looking forward to many more fun activities! So far they have diversified their arts practice by participating in new types of theatre. Last week they tried Forum Theatre … Continued
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
Marc Harvey, who achieved his Bronze Arts Award, writes about his experience and why everyone should take part in this fun course.
This term Toonspeak is combining our Springburn, Royston, Balgrayhill, Summerston and Blackhill workshops into two new theatre workshops…
Productions featuring Connor Gibson
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
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
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
A one of a kind theatrical event developed by the young people of North Glasgow.