Highbury Youth Theatre
Highbury Youth Theatre for young people aged 14 to 18 years meets with Class Act tutors on Saturday in the Harlequine Room .
The aim is to introduce young people to good theatre, to show theatre as a place for enjoyment and to learn as a team the fun and excitement of putting on a play or filming.
The work is arranged to enrich the group's understanding of both theatre and their everyday lives - in particular the value of personal relationships.

Members may also audition for parts in the Highbury Players productions and auditions may be invited for plays to be entered into the Birmingham and District Theatre Guild play festival. (BFAME)

Highbury Youth Theatre usually has a waiting list for new members and early application is advised.
For further information contact

Class Act Drama Centre .
The Sutton Centre of Class Act Drama ( have been meeting at Highbury Theatre for the past 18 years where young people study acting for stage and film.
Class Act teach all ages on Saturday Mornings between 10.00am and 1.15pm in the Harlequin Room at the rear of the theatre.

Highbury in the Community

Drama for the Disabled and the Aged

The Alley Kats are members of Monday afternoon session for young adult disabled people which is run at Highbury in association with Sutton Coldfileld YMCA. to give member the opportunity to develop and perform stage items.

The Aristo Kats are members of a Monday morning session at Highbury with Residents from Boldmere Court Care Home to encourage performance for fun.

A short stage show is developed with the members for performance in the STUDIO.

January 2015 - Winter Wonderland

January 2017
Once Upon A Time