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GEST is delighted to offer acting courses for young people aged 9 - 16

Spring term courses to be announced later this year!

Interested in joining the club?

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Youth Drama Club is a 10-week acting course for both non-native and native English speakers. Through improvisation, games, role-play and text work, we teach acting skills in a friendly and supportive environment. Each age group has a class size of about 16 students, and the course culminates in a performance on stage.


Drama is a fun, creative activity that can be offered to young people of all abilities. The imaginative and playful environment of the Drama Club helps young people develop self-confidence, and performance, team-working and problem-solving skills. Led by GEST’s English speaking professional actors or drama practitioners, there are plenty of opportunities to learn about what happens both on and off stage.

We have one group for 9-11 year olds, and two for 12-16 year olds.

Our Youth Drama Club courses are suitable for both beginners and intermediate students (those who have previously attended GEST Youth Drama Club).

Price: 1800 SEK


Ages 9 - 11

When: Mondays, 11th of september - 20th of september

Time: 16.30 - 18.00

No session: Week 44 (Höstlov/half term)

Course leader: Christa Engelbrecht

Ages 12 - 16 group 1

When: Mondays, 11th of september - 20th of september

Time: 18.30 - 20.00

No session: Week 44 (Höstlov/half term)

Course leader: Christa Engelbrecht

Please note classes are held in English only.



Christa Engelbrecht


Christa has extensive experience in theatre, film, singing and voice over work in Sweden and the United Kingdom and maked her debut with GEST playing ME in Do You Understand Me?


Christa was born in South Africa and raised in Namibia, before moving to London to study at the prestigious Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University London. During her 14 years in London, she performed on various stages throughout London and starred in short films that were screened at film festivals like the Liverpool Biennial and the Raindance Film Festival

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