We know it’s not easy being young, but we try to make it a bit more fun by providing a range of projects and activities for young people looking for “somewhere to go” and “something to do”. Whether you think you’re creative or not, and are aged from 12+, why not come along and try something new, get out and about, learn new skills or just hang out with friends. You can even gain a Youth Achievement qualification just for doing the things you enjoy!
Our youth workers and artists are friendly and supportive and can help point you in the right direction for advice and young people’s services in your area.
The AFM (Ambition for Media) group spent time in the Spring of 2019 exploring their rights, as enshrined in the UN Convention on The Rights of the Child, or UNCRC. They were inspired by the amazing illustrations available on The Children and Young People’s Commissioner website. One of the young people, Braden, created this brilliant illustration […]
The Create Crew, a group aged from 13 – 18, made a documentary about the impact of austerity on young people and how it affects their opportunities, aspirations and their community.
They were too old for the Kidz Club and too young for the Drop In, so they knocked on our door a few weeks before Guy Fawkes Night 2014 and asked for help making their “Guy”. Since then, this group of young people have been meeting every Monday to make, create, and learn about the issues affecting young people in their community.
A welcoming creative club for young people with varied workshops in drama, script writing, film making, radio drama, dance, costume design, beat-boxing, singing and creative arts.
The “Create Crew” runs every Friday evening and is for young people aged 11-16 who like to try their hand at a whole range of creative activities. Workshops are fun, friendly and help you discover your creative talents.
We were commissioned by Quarriers to work with young people from various schools across the South West of Glasgow to produce a short film which explored some of the anxieties faced by p7 pupils in their transition to secondary schools.
Sign up now for sessions in dance, film, drama and music taking place across the South West.
This club, running every Friday evening, is for young people aged 11-16 who like to try their hand at a whole range of creative activities.
This ‘drop-in’ club is open to young people aged 12 and over who are looking for a place to relax and get together with friends.
In 2011 we worked with a group of young people from the Pollok Young Carers Project to make a film which highlighted the issues and concerns of young people with caring responsibilities.
New Opportunities was made by a group of young adults to tell their very moving and compelling personal stories about their experiences trying to find employment.
A group of young people from diverse backgrounds worked together to produce ‘Scroogie’a short film addressing issues of territorialism and gang culture.
In 2009, the Portal Kids Film Club decided to make a film that tackled the serious issues of drugs and alcohol.