We offer performing arts programmes for young people and for adults with learning disabilities and differences. We prioritise artist development seeking to create career opportunities in the arts for our community. We are home to numerous and diverse community groups. We put on great shows for a first-class local night out.
We believe that creative experiences can remove barriers between us, connect us and positively enrich our lives. We want to be the force for that change in our community - inspiring, challenging and entertaining people of all ages and from all backgrounds.
We are a registered charity and our mission is to be the beating heart of our community and to use the arts as an agent for change.
In 2019 we changed our name from the Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre (GLYPT) to Tramshed, to reflect the work we do now and celebrate our venue the Tramshed in Woolwich as our forever home.
We are thrilled to announce Denise Hyland, The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Greenwich has chosen Tramshed as her official Charity!
Councillor Denise Hyland has been a Member of the Royal Borough of Greenwich since 2006 and was elected the first-ever female Leader of Royal Greenwich from 2014 to 2018.
We believe in providing high quality arts activities for the young people of our local area. We run an unparalleled programme of creative opportunities for young people across the boroughs of Greenwich and Lewisham. From Drama to Dance and Parkour!
We believe in supporting the next generation of artists. We provide training, performance opportunities and mentoring for artists aged 16 – 25.
We believe in greater community cohesion, and we want to achieve that by being the space where the community can come together. We host regular community groups, and co-create community-led productions.
We believe in accessible arts experiences for all, which is why we have an extensive programme for those with additional needs to get creative, perform on our stage, and meet new friends.