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Academy – London

Academy – London

Going on its 11th year, Yellow Earth Academy – London is a fully funded two week intensive acting course taking place each summer for young British East Asians*(16+). It will give you a taste of life at drama school and the skills you need to become a professional actor in theatre, TV, film and radio. […]
Writers Academy – Birmingham

Writers Academy – Birmingham

After two years of offering an acting course in Birmingham, YELLOW EARTH ACADEMY is returning this year with a brand new FREE introductory course in writing for live performance. Over the course of five sessions, participants will have an opportunity to develop their writing skills, meet industry professionals and create a short piece to share […]
Actors Academy – Birmingham

Actors Academy – Birmingham

YELLOW EARTH ACADEMY is coming to Birmingham for a third year running to find the next generation of British East Asian* (BEA) talent. We have partnered with the BCU’s Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and Birmingham Repertory Theatre to provide FREE introductory courses in acting and writing. The Actors Course is a fully funded intensive course in […]
Performers Academy – Manchester

Performers Academy – Manchester

The Performers Course is a fully funded intensive course in the Summer for young British East Asians*(16+). There will be classes in voice, movement, clowning, improvisation and devising with leading theatre professionals plus lunchtime talks in producing, marketing and different career paths. You can come from any performance discipline and no previous experience is needed, […]
Writers Academy – Manchester

Writers Academy – Manchester

The Writers Course is a new nationwide Writers Programme for British East Asian* writers to increase the number of BEA writers across the UK. Over the course of ten sessions, participants will have an opportunity to develop their writing skills for live performance, meet top industry professionals, visit other theatres and galleries, and create a […]
The Apology

The Apology

In November 2020,  Yellow Earth will return to the Arcola with The Apology as part of the Arcola 20th anniversary season Arcola Theatre and Yellow Earth Theatre present in association with The North Wall THE APOLOGY A new play by Kyo ChoiDirected by Ria Parry World Premiere “My feelings? They’re not hurt. My feelings are […]
Professional Writers Programme

Professional Writers Programme

An intensive two year programme for writers of East Asian and Southeast Asian* descent, the Professional Writers Programme will be starting its second iteration in May 2020. The PWP will support four early career playwrights in writing a full length play by the end of the two years. This year the writers will be selected […]
Tsunagu/Connect

Tsunagu/Connect

Kumiko Mendl and Kazuko Hohki present in association with Yellow Earth No one knows how many Japanese women are living in the UKNo-one knows why they came No one knows how long they have been hereNo-one knows their stories See how you can get involved. Meet the team. See photos from the launch event. Tsunagu/Connect […]
Fix

Fix

Unbroken Theatre in association with the Pleasance and Yellow Earth Theatre present Fix懼 Written by Julie TsangDirected by Jen Tan “I have lived with these trees and watched them grow. You have been away from here for too long, you don’t see it. Or you have simply forgotten…” Responding to a call-out, a repairman finds […]
Under the Umbrella

Under the Umbrella

Yellow Earth in association with Tamasha presents the Belgrade Theatre production of Wei is a smart girl. Men prefer to marry women who aren’t smarter than themselves. Class B men choose class C women. Class A choose class B. Wei is a Class A woman. What’s she going to get? A PhD. By Amy Ng, […]
Flight Paths

Flight Paths

  “Welcome on board this flight to London. Please fasten your seat belts.” An Extant and Yellow Earth Theatre co-production Two blind women take centre stage sometimes on aerial silks, sometimes with their feet firmly on the ground but always surrounded by voices, music, stories and ghosts. Inspired by the Goze, blind female performers who […]
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