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South London Youth Theatre



Updated and published July 2023

SLYT wants every child in our care to thrive in our environment, and to feel the tremendous reward and benefit of participating in creating theatre at this level.

  • FEES: Termly fees should be paid in full on the first day of each school term, or in two instalments on the first day of each half term. Payment reminders will always be sent to the e-mail address registered with SLYT. Late payments attract an admin fee of £15 for each late payment.


  • NOTICE: Fair and written notice of ONE FULL TERM (12 weeks) should be given prior to the cancellation of any classes attended, or payment of ONE FULL TERMS fees in lieu of notice will be required.


  • LATENESS: SLYT classes should be attended from the advertised start time and until the advertised finish time, and no other arrangement to arrive late or leave early from another activity is allowable or encouraged.  In the event that another activity (attended outside of SLYT) clashes with our advertised schedule, no refund will be made.


  • PERFORMANCES: By enrolling in SLYT classes you/your child agrees to perform in the one production per year associated with their class and to fully commit to weekly classes, attending on time and regularly, missing only in exceptional circumstances of illness or planned holiday or school residential trips.  Acting classes perform in Spring Term (January or February production) and Musical Theatre classes perform in Summer Term (July production).


  • Participation in any SLYT production involves a one off “show fee” which contributes to the cost of theatre hire, chaperones and other elements of creating theatre which ticket sales alone never cover. This fee is payable once and has ranged in the past from £15 – £45 per child. 


  • ABSENCES: Any child who misses 3 classes in one 12 week term will be asked to forfeit their place to a child on the waiting list.


  • Any child in a named lead role during “show term” must commit to all classes and not miss any more than 2 classes, or forfeit their role to another student/understudy.


  • Any child who withdraws from SLYT following the formal announcement of casting will not be offered any refund on class fees.  We encourage all parents to support our casting decisions which are always arrived at fairly and following rigorous observation or audition. All SLYT productions are large scale ensemble pieces designed to showcase all students abilities.


  • In the case of any parent withdrawing their child from an SLYT production having already purchased tickets, no refund will be made.


ADVANCED SENIOR DRAMA – Wednesday 7.30-9.00pm

  • In order to manage the demand for this class, from September 2023 entry into this class will be by audition only. Any student in school years 11 – 13 is welcome to register for this class, and will in turn be invited to attend a group audition, from which a maximum of 20 students can be taken each September. Some Year 11 students may be asked to continue in Tuesday night classes until a place becomes available on Wednesday nights, and preference would be given to those students who take this up this offer, as and when places become available at Advanced Senior Drama.  


  • Any student attending Advanced Senior Drama commits to generating ticket sales of a 10 ticket minimum for the annual production (Wendy And Peter Pan in 2024).


  • Prior to auditions for roles for any production, students agree to disclose any planned absences for school residential or any other conflict with SLYT weekly classes and agrees to allow this to be taken into account with regards to casting of SLYT productions.

South London Youth Theatre offers extra-curricular performing arts classes and workshops to any child of school attending age. We therefore have a responsibility to reflect and uphold in our work and our ethos, the standards and policies of the schools attended by our students for their normal schooling, in every aspect of child safeguarding.
The safety and welfare of our students is of paramount importance. SLYT aims to create at all times a safe space for children and young people to be themselves, and to flourish through the practice of the performing arts.  SLYT leaders support students by encouraging self-esteem, self-confidence and independence.
All South London Youth Theatre teachers undergo enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) checks, and no adult working with or delivering any aspect of SLYT’s work can do so without providing evidence of this.
Every SLYT activity is overseen by a qualified first aider who also conducts regular risk assessments of the working environment. The course attended by our first aider is a Full Paediatric First Aid Course, which complies with the Department for Education / EYFS requirments.
South London Youth Theatre holds full public and employers liability insurance, which is valid in any venue we visit or use.

The purpose of this policy statement is:

  • to protect children and young people who receive South London Youth Theatre’s services from harm.

  • to provide staff, as well as children and young people and their families, with the overarching principles that guide our approach to child protection.

This policy applies to anyone working for and/or on behalf of SLYT.

We believe that:

children and young people should never experience abuse of any kind

we have a responsibility to promote the welfare of all children and young people, to keep them safe and to practice in a way that protects them.

We recognise that:

  • the welfare of children is paramount in all the work we do and in all the decisions we take

  • all children, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation have an equal right to protection from all types of harm or abuse

  • some children are additionally vulnerable because of the impact of previous experiences, their level of dependency, communication needs or other issues

  • working in partnership with children, young people, their parents, careers and other agencies is essential in promoting young people’s welfare

We will seek to keep children and young people safe by:

  • valuing, listening to and respecting them

  • appointing a nominated child protection lead for children and young people

  • adopting child protection and safeguarding best practice through our policies, procedures and code of conduct for staff

  • recruiting and selecting staff safely, ensuring all necessary checks are made

  • recording, storing and using information professionally and securely, in line with data protection legislation and guidance

  • using our safeguarding and child protection procedures to share concerns and relevant information with agencies who need to know

  • using our procedures to manage any allegations against our children, young people, staff and representatives appropriately

  • creating and maintaining an anti-bullying environment and ensuring that we have a policy and procedure to help us deal effectively with any bullying that does arise

  • ensuring that we have effective complaints and whistleblowing measures in place

  • ensuring that we provide a safe physical environment for our children, young people and staff, by applying health and safety measures in accordance with the law and regulatory guidance

  • building a safeguarding culture where staff, children and young people treat each other with respect and are comfortable about sharing concerns.

If an SLYT teacher has concerns about a student or if a student makes a direct disclosure the following advice must be followed:

Listen carefully and keep an open mind. Do not attempt to decide if abuse has taken place or not.

Keep calm. Keep your responses to the pupil calm and reassuring, even if they are telling you distressing or shocking information

Never guarantee secrecy or confidentiality. Explain to the student that to make sure they are safe you will need to speak to others to help you

Never ask leading questions. You must not ask leading questions or cross question the student. Let the student tell you what he/she wants to and do not press for more. Too much questioning may prejudice later investigations or cause the child to become anxious and retract his/her information.

Do not attempt to investigate matters further. Your role is to listen, record and report your concerns to the DSL.

Do not attempt any examination or remove a student’s clothes to look further at an injury. Under no circumstances should photographs be taken of a pupil’s injury.

Be aware that younger students may disclose issues of a safeguarding nature in general conversations rather than as a specific disclosure. Children who are affected by abuse or neglect may also demonstrate their needs and distress without specific concrete evidence through their words, actions, behaviour, demeanour, written work, art work or through other children.

There may also be concerns raised about a parent’s interaction with a student or issues such as parental alcohol misuse, domestic violence or mental health.

If there is any concern at all, this must be reported to the DSL and recorded. In many safeguarding cases it is not one major incident which triggers a referral but a series of seemingly more minor events. It is therefore crucial that all concerns are recorded and reported to the DSL without delay.

If any SLYT student or parent/guardian of an SLYT student has any concerns about an SLYT teacher, this should be reported immediately in writing.

Contact details:

Head of Safeguarding
Spencer James
[email protected]

South London Youth Theatre seeks to uphold the policies and values of the venues we hire. In the event that any enquiry or complaint is not resolved fully by contacting the DSL of SLYT, we would recommend contacting any of the following:

Southwark Council LADO

Eva Simcock Telephone020 7525 0689
Southwark Council MASH team Telephone

020 7525 1921

020 7525 5000 (out of hours)

email: [email protected]

St Faiths Centre

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)

SALLY ANN HODGE Principal of Dulwich Ballet School and trustee of St Faiths Community & Youth Association. [email protected]

07958 753883

This document was first created in February 2010 and most recently updated in February 2021.

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Maddy Telford

Musical Director (SLYT Alumni)

Maddy started her SLYT career as a student in 2013, appearing in Sweeney Todd (Mrs Lovett), Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere), and West Side Story (Diesel), and she has now progressed to the team of teachers.  Maddy fell in love with Musical Direction at the University of Nottingham’s Musical Theatre society, most recently as MD for Songs for a New World.   Maddy hopes to continue her studies in the field whilst leading weekly classes at SLYT, and is especially excited to MD SLYT’s 2022 production of The Lion King.

Ashley Jacobs

Musical Director

Ashley is a graduate of University of Leeds (BA Music) and gained his MA at Mountview where he trained as a Musical Director.  Ashley is a founder member of The Ashatones, a barbershop quartet.

Most recently Ashley was Musical Director for the Union Theatre production of the all-male HMS Pinafore both at the Wiltons Music Hall and on tour, and he has also played Keyboards for the uk tour of Mamma Mia.  He was also Musical Director for Mack and Mabel at PPA.

Adrian Lawrence

Infant Performing Arts & Dance Teacher/Choreographer

Born and raised in the Lake District, Adrian studied at the University of Warwick before gaining his GDip Dance and MA Dance Performance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where he toured nationally with Transitions Dance Company. He has trained extensively in ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, street and commercial dance.

Adrian teaches at The BRIT School, the Royal Academy of Dance, South London Youth Theatre, Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College, and Thomas’s London Day Schools. His work has been showcased in theatres across London and he has won awards, as both a performer and a choreographer, at national competitions. Inclusivity is at the heart of his practice, and he truly believes that dance is for everyone.

Adrian has choreographed SLYT’s productions of The Lion King (Theatre Peckham, 2022), Adea’s Island (Shaw Theatre, 2023), Bring It On (Mountview, 2023), and The Little Mermaid (Theatre Peckham, 2023)

SUMMER WORKSHOP 2024 – Kander and Ebb’s CHICAGO

The SLYT SENIOR SUMMER WORKSHOP culminates in a fully staged production of CHICAGO, performed at THE MACK THEATRE, the state of the art theatre at Mountview in Peckham.

The performance is accompanied by a full orchestra.


Please contact [email protected] to enquire about joining the company of CHICAGO

We will be holding COMPANY AUDITIONS in APRIL from 11.00-4.00pm. Anybody interested in joining the production is welcome to audition on this date.  The audition will comprise of group singing workshop, a group dance/choreography session and an acting workshop. There is no fee for auditions in 2024 and we are currently trying to secure funding for those who need financial assistance with the course fees.

Please complete the SENIOR APPLICATION FORM on the SLYT website to REGISTER YOUR INTEREST in the 2024 SLYT SENIOR SUMMER WORKSHOP.  All venues for workshops and auditions are confirmed upon receipt of your application.



Our auditions take the form of a workshop in three stages: Singing, then Movement/dance, finishing with an Acting/character workshop. You will audition in groups for the SLYT Production team as well as guest panelists from the West End.

The audition is designed to be challenging and fun, in a very encouraging and supportive environment!



You will need to prepare a musical theatre song of your choice and provide piano sheet music for this song.

It should be a maximum of 3 minutes duration, and any cuts should be clearly marked for our accompanist.



Bring piano sheet music for your chosen song for the accompanist. (No backing tracks or unaccompanied singing please).

Bring also a bottle of water and a packed lunch/snack for the breaks.

You may wish to bring a change of clothes for the dance audition, and wear something more appropriate for the more formal Singing and Acting workshops.  This may help you present your character.



You will be notified by letter within 10 days of the audition.

If you accept your place and role within the company you will need to obtain a parents signature to confirm your acceptance and also send a deposit to secure your place.  This will be outlined in your acceptance letter.



The course takes place from Monday 5th – Friday 9th August, then resumes on Monday 12th – Saturday 17th August 2024, from 10am to 6pm every day, except for production days on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th August, when call times reflect the performances.  The 2 final shows are at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday 17th August 2024.

Full commitment to all of the 11 days is required.  Please do not submit an application if you are not able to commit to the full workshop.

All rehearsals take place at St Faiths Centre, Red Post Hill, Dulwich, SE24 9JQ and all technical rehearsals and performances take place at Mountview, Peckham.



The cost of the 2-week workshop is £495 per student and this includes all tuition, costumes, props and an allocation of free tickets for the performances of the show.  We are working hard to obtain funding in order to be in a position to offer those requiring assisted places full or half scholarships for this years course.



Places in the company and roles within the production will be allocated based on the merit of your audition.

No prior commitment or attendance at South London Youth Theatre will be taken into account when making casting decisions.



In the past SLYT has been very pleased to offer 4 fully funded places for the 2018 and 2019 SENIOR SUMMER WORKSHOP.  These full bursaries, made possible by the generosity and support of THE SONDHEIM SOCIETY were awarded following successful auditions.  Students and families wishing to be considered for any funding similar to the Sondheim Society bursary should apply through this website, stating their need for funding at the point of registering.  Updates on any funded places for 2024 will be made public as soon as we have confirmation.

Douglas Hansell

Musical Director & Singing Teacher

Douglas is currently appearing in the Australian tour of Come From Away as Kevin T.  Prior to this he worked with Australia’s flagship Sydney Theatre Company in the political satire, De Ja Revue. More local work in the past year includes The Killer Beside Me (October Films), Manhattan Parisienne (The Other Palace) Thirty Three (Leicester Square Theatre), and Beauty and the Beast (Regal Theatre, Worcestershire)

Other theatre credits include Titanic (Charing Cross Theatre), When Blair Had Bush and Bunga (Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh), A Doll’s House (Seymour Centre, Sydney), Open For Business (Sydney Theatre Company), Going Bush (Bush Theatre London), Oedipus Rex (Sydney Festival), Freud’s Last Session (Sydney’s Theatre Royal), Macbeth, The Importance of Being Earnest, Lady Windamere’s Fan (Darlinghurst Theatre Company), Neighbourhood Watch, We’re Going On A Bear Hunt (Ensemble Theatre), Emily Eyefinger (Monkey Baa Theatre Company), The Temperamentals (New Theatre), The Cold Child (Griffin Theatre Co.), Actors At Work (Bell Shakespeare Co).

Film and television credits include The Silent (Lightning Oak Productions), The Ghost of Cassley (ZDF), Critical (SkyUK), Home and Away (Channel 7, Australia), Underbelly (UBB Productions), All Saints (Channel 7, Australia), Failure To Thrive (Nicky Bentham), Critical (Sky UK), Tell Me How You See The Sky (Palmer Productions), The Code (ABC, Australia), 36 Squad (Breakaway TV).

As a teacher, Doug has worked with SLYT, Urdang Academy, Mountview, City Academy and Associated Studios. He is also the director of the City Academy Collective Chorus.

Training: Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).

Daisy Horan

Production Designer & Dance Teacher

Daisy started as an SLYT student back in 2013 appearing in Hairspray, The Wiz and Les Miserables in 2015.  After studying performing arts at University Daisy has grown and honed their craft as a designer and choreographer and is the first SLYT student to progress to the team of professional teachers.

They have worked with Off The Middle, Crooked Tree Theatre and Taxi Man Productions and more as a set & costume designer, hair & makeup artist and performer. Daisy also has a freelance design business alongside teaching weekly at South London Youth Theatre.  For SLYT Daisy has taken creative control of the set design for The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, make-up and hair for Edward Scissorhands, and they also created the enchanted object costumes for our production of Beauty and the Beast.



Jon is currently playing the role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables in the West End, having recently reigned as King George in the West End production of Hamilton.

“I am thrilled to support the work of SLYT and look forward to working with the students myself in the future!”

His stage credits include: Robbie Hart in The Wedding Singer (UK Tour); Eddie in Sister Act (UK Tour); Emmett Forrest in Legally Blonde (Curve Theatre, Leicester); Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Alternate Huey in Memphis (Shaftesbury Theatre); Adam Nehemiah in Dessa Rose (Trafalgar Studios); Jamie in The Last Five Years (Greenwich Theatre); Galahad in Spamalot (Harold Pinter and Playhouse Theatres); Hollis in Road Show (Menier Chocolate Factory); Enjolras in Les Miserablés (Queen’s Theatre); Marius in Les Miserablés (Queen’s Theatre), Princeton/Rod in Avenue Q (Noel Coward Theatre); Mark in Rent (English Theatre Frankfurt); Alternate Chris in Miss Saigon (UK tour).

Recording: Memphis (Original London Cast), Solo Album ‘Open Book’ (Curtain Records); Enjolras in Les Miserablés 25th Anniversary

Jon trained at Mountview Academy of Performing Arts.

Katharine Woolley

Associate Musical Director & Founder Musical Director

Katharine trained at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and at The Royal Academy of Music.  She is currently working on the Netflix film adaptation of Matilda, having previously been the Children’s Musical Director for the RSC production in London’s West End.  Most recently Katharine was the Musical Director for Waitress, West End.  Previously to this she was Assistant Conductor for The Jersey Boys, West End, as well as playing keyboards for the show. Other work includes Avenue Q (West end), Beauty and the Beast (UK tour) and CATS (Arena tour). Katharine established her own theatre school, Stage By Stage Theatre Arts, based in South-west London alongside teaching singing at many local theatre schools including South London Youth Theatre.

For SLYT Katharine was Musical Director on our productions of Fame, Hairspray, The Wiz, Les Miserables and The Lion King.

Matt Penson

Drama Teacher / Director


Matt is over the moon to be joining SLYT! Matt trained as an actor and graduated from the Arts University Bournemouth in 2016. Since then he has been work predominantly in theatre playing such roles as Romeo (Romeo & Juliet), Brutus (Julius Caesar), Charles Dickens (The Ghosts of Mr Dickens) and Macbeth (Macbeth) to name a few. Matt has toured up and down the country playing every type of venue you can imagine, theatres, churches, schools, outdoor amphitheatre, parks, bombed ruins, Anglo Saxon burial sights and even graveyards! Matt also has experience with film, puppetry and motion/performance capture.


Some of Matt’s directing credits include, Twelfth Night (Riverside Youth Theatre), Julius Caesar (Lion & Unicorn Theatre) and Another Day (Camden Fringe). As a director Matt has had the opportunity to lead workshops with a wide variety of groups; children, adults, vulnerable adults, children with special educational needs, refugees seeking asylum and prisoners. ”

Lydia Huhne

Drama Teacher / Director

Lydia Huhne trained as an actor at Rada and through various seasons with the National Youth Theatre.

She then co-ran “Burnt Out Theatre”, a company producing, directing and touring various shows. Lydia also commissioned and helped devise new writing, most notably the play “Muscovado”, which was the winner of the Alfred Fagon Audience award in 2015.

Since having children she has focused her attention on teaching and facilitating drama workshops within a range of settings including an intergenerational project for the NHS during the pandemic. She is currently doing a Masters at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, in Applied Theatre and Education. She strongly believes in the power of “play” for well-being, and the benefits of creating ensemble theatre. She is thrilled to have started at SLYT and is excited to create new work.


Musical Director & Singing Teacher


Eamonn is a highly sought after British composer and has been working with SLYT at our weekly classes since 2011.  An Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, he has worked as a musician in theatres all over the world.  As a composer he has written original music for Mrs Beeton Says… (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School);  The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (NYMT, The Other Palace); The Comedy of Errors (RSC, UK Tour);  Flesh & Bone (National Theatre Studio); One Voice (Old Vic); Julius Caesar Re-imagined (RSC, Swan); Grimm Tales & Peter Pan (Chichester Festival Theatre); Improbable Fiction (Mill at Sonning); Hansel & Gretel, Alice in Winterland, The Wind in the Willows, The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, A Christmas Carol, HamletTess of the d’Urbervilles & Arabian Nights (Rose Theatre, Kingston); Three Sunrises (St James Theatre RE:act); The House of Mirrors & Hearts & The Man Who Was Thursday (Arcola Theatre); A Flea in Her Ear (Tabard Theatre); Stones in his Pockets (Dukes, Lancaster); Five Children & It (Tristan Bates); Portia Coughlan (Old Red Lion); Around the World in Eighty Days, Sherlock Holmes & The Glass Menagerie (Chipping Norton Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing ​(Stockholm English Speaking Theatre);  A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Barakura Festival Theatre, Japan); The Massacre ​​(Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds); Liquorice & Smokerings ​​(New Wolsey, Ipswich); and Frankenstein (Dorset Corset Theatre Company).


The score for his original musical The House of Mirrors & Hearts won the MTM Award for Best New Score at the Edinburgh Festival in 2010, and after its critically acclaimed run at the Arcola Theatre in 2015, received its US premiere in July 2016.


Musical Director & Singing Teacher

Ben read Music at The University of York before graduating with his MA in Musical Direction from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. As a musical director, he has worked extensively in theatre including musical theatre, opera and pantomime. As a choral director, he conducted Military Wives Choir, York, Harmonize Contemporary Choir and Park Grove Children’s Choir for four years, also serving as Guest Musical Director for Easingwold Singers and BBC York In Harmony. In 2019, Ben was engaged as Musical Director for BBC Children in Need, conducting the children’s choir at Hintze Hall, The Natural History Museum, and is looking forward to working with them again for their next season.

As a teacher, he has experience teaching for a wide range of drama colleges, recently including Emil Dale Academy (EDA), Momentum Theatre Arts Academy (MPAA), Italia Conti, City Academy, PQA College, London, Bodens College of Performing Arts, SLP College and SLP Junior Academy (Head of Singing). He currently holds roles as Musical Director/Singing Teacher for Spirit Young Performers’ Company (SYPC) and South London Youth Theatre (SLYT) and has been Artistic Director for Riverside MT Summer School for Ulster University since 2016. When not conducting or teaching, Ben enjoys engagements as a singer, pianist and music examiner. 
MD CREDITS: Godspell (50th Anniversary Production, Off-West End), The Music Of James Bond – And More! (Germany Tour),  Feel It Like A Man – Musical Supervisor/Composer (Action To The Word), West End Misfits (The Other Palace), Sweet Charity (Playhouse Theatre, Hitchin), The World Goes Round (Camp Baco, USA), Mozart! (Catalyst Festival), Sleeping BeautyCinderella (Imagine Theatre Ltd), Underneath The Arches (Plowright Theatre), It’s Showtime!Another Op’nin’ Another Show (Grand Opera House, York), The Selfish Giant (Composer/MD) (workshop), Kiss Me KatePippin (SLP College), Lizzie and the Dark (Opera Schmopera), Songs For A New World (Orillo Studios)

AS ASSISTANT MDMy Favorite Year, Death Takes A Holiday, Crazy For You, Fiddler On The Roof, Brass (Mountview), The Piper of Hamelin (National Youth Music Theatre)

OTHER CREDITSThe Sound of Music (Cyprus Production) – Rehearsal Pianist


Spencer James

Artistic Director

Spencer established SLYT in 2010.  Prior to this he taught drama and led the Musical Theatre performance troupe at Stagecoach Dulwich for over 3 years, and taught drama at Jasspa, leading the Infant and Advanced Drama classes for over 7 years.  More recently Spencer was thrilled to lead the Infant Performance Arts classes at Herne Hill School.  Whilst still working as a professional actor, Spencer Directed and Choreographed youth productions in Bangkok, New York and across the UK.  Today, and leaving little time for other ventures, SLYT attracts 200 students to its weekly classes, which lead to 6 full-scale productions each year at theatres across London.

Spencer trained as an actor at the GSA Conservatoire and at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, gaining his B A Honours degree in 2003.

Professional theatre credits in London include The Scarecrow in The Wiz, Conrad Birdie in Bye Bye Birdie, Genie of The Lamp in Aladdin and Satan in Jerry Springer The Opera.

Spencer created the role of Shere Khan in a new musical adaptation of The Jungle Book, written by Richard Taylor and also played Billy Flynn in Chicago, touring Europe.

Television credits include Casualty, Doctors, Berkeley Square and Archie in Love In A Cold Climate, all for the BBC.

Uniform Guide

Your child’s South London Youth Theatre T-SHIRT should form part of the SLYT uniform to include:

BLACK bottoms (leggings/tracksuit bottoms/stretchy trousers)
BLACK daps/Jazz shoes/Trainers
(Please do not send your child to class in any of the following:
flip flops/sandals/birkenstocks/heavy shoes/boots/Dr Martins/Ugg Boots. These items are not appropriate for the activity).

SLYT branded T-shirt.
Uniform should be worn to EVERY SLYT class (except Wednesday Senior Drama)

Girls should never wear dresses or skirts to any class as this is not practical for movement and leads to girls having to sit out of exercises.

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Consent Form for Photography at South London Youth Theatre

Still photography and videography are core facets of the performing arts. South London Youth Theatre (SLYT) commissions photography for rehearsals, performances and back stage preparations. These images are used in print, on our website and our social media profiles for SLYT publicity purposes.  They are a mandatory part of SLYT.  They will never be used out of context or by an unauthorised third party. Photographs may continue to be used after a student leaves SLYT.

To comply with Data Protection regulations, we require written consent to this for all students as follows:

By completing this form you grant full rights to use the images resulting from  photography / video filming to SLYT, and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for publicity or other purposes to help achieve SLYT’s aims.

Acceptance of this is essential for SLYT membership.

If any student or parent does NOT wish their images to be used in future publicity please contact Spencer James to discuss.

Additional information that you may wish to know:

  1. Images will be held in accordance with Data Protection regulations.
  2. Students’ names will not be attached to photographs without consent.
  3. Parents may ask to see SLYT’s photography agreement

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