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OUTCOMES

BEST PRACTICE HANDBOOK
Project handbook with best practices of using theatre for personal development of young people.

Best Practice Handbook

SCRIPT HANDBOOK
Project handbook with all partners’ scripts for the theatre plays.

Script Handbook

VIDEOS OF THE PERFORMANCES
Videos presenting pieces of theatrical plays performed in each partner country by the students.

  • Spain, San Andres del Rabanedo

    A group of unemployed young people must go to a workshop about Job Seeking Techniques. They all have a negative and sceptical attitude towards their possibilities. Throughout the meetings they feel some changes in themselves. There is a “before and after” this workshop...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m-3mFgQ5CU

  • Hungary, Budapest

    Six students of Kulissza Workshop (Budapest, Hungary) performed a play about work on the 25th of Januray, 2014. They showed two versions of job interviews and of the first day at work: one being a bit of a disaster, but the other being very succesful.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp_-X4VrXKQ

  • Poland, Lodz

    The main character - Marta is a young girl who does not believe in herself and her life choices are not in line with her needs or interests. Her friends don’t help her, because they are jealous, lazy, afraid of taking risk or being disappointed. Her parents don’t care about her needs. The story deals with problems of teenagers and young adults nowadays. The play has been written and played by students of University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB7l0ZEDUy8

  • United Kingdom, London

    The story is about Kris who is an unemployed young person, not interested in work and a member of a local gang. During the performance, supported by a friend and a job advisor, he changes his attitude and owing to his determination gets a job. The play has been performed by students of Newham College in London.

Ayuntamiento de San Andres del Rabanedo
Project coordinator
Ayuntamiento de San Andres del Rabanedo /

SPAIN
www.cemfe.org.