Try it for Free!

Curious about performing but not sure if it’s for you?

Contact us below to book a Free Taster Session and give it a go! 

Sponsor a Sprung!

Support a gifted young person in hardship by paying for their place at Sprung.

A Different Kind of Youth Theatre

Sprung offers a completely new approach to performing arts classes for children and young people aged 4-19.

Weekly workshops use physical theatre practice to develop imagination, promote creativity and inspire enjoyment.

Combining drama, speech and movement for a uniquely physical approach to theatre-making, Sprung takes participants on a creative journey, giving them the time and space to develop their own voice.

Sprung is a safe environment for young people to play and explore; a place where imagination is celebrated and anything becomes possible.


All sessions are held in Coventry.  

Sprung Sessions are being delivered in line with Government Guidance on COVID-19, ensuring they are safe, secure and socially distanced. If you have any questions regarding this, please get in touch

“Beautiful, emotionally intelligent theatre from a group of dedicated young people.”

Years R – 2


10am – 11.30am

Rooted in play, storytelling and imagination.

SprungLets provides an exciting space where children can explore their creativity, learn new skills through Dance, Drama and physical theatre, make friends and build confidence.



Years 3 – 5



 5pm – 6.30pm

Guided by their imaginations, children develop story-telling skills through drama and games and are encouraged to begin creating their own movement and dance.

Sprung Stars explores dynamic movement, independent creative thinking and builds the confidence they need to express ideas and develop their own voice.

Years 6 – 9


6.30pm – 8.30pm

Focussed on developing talent, young people will extend skills in dance, drama and physical theatre.

Providing fresh new insights into drama and devised performance where participants learn skills to enable them to make their own work. Script work is introduced and explored alongside a strong self-devised performance ethos; ideal for anyone working towards GCSE drama or dance.


Ages 13 – 19


6.30pm- 8.30pm

Young performers work to professional standards on projects in site-specific work, festival and studio settings.

Contributing to devising script work for performance and developing a strong sense of ensemble, fusing dance and drama together, supporting young people as part of studies at GCSE and higher levels.  Producing at least one full-scale performance each year including the headline performance at The Physical Fellowship.  



What Sprungs Say

Sprung Productions

Seen But Never Heard

Seen But Never Heard

Seen But Never Heard charts the journey of a young girl left abandoned because of war and saved by brave people who make difficult choices to help her to freedom.
Winter Rites

Winter Rites

Set in a dystopian future, earth finds itself slowing on its axis. One day now lasts weeks. Winter Rites examines the reasons for the slowing and the power of possibility.


A group of young Coventry friends sign up to local Pals Battalions during WW1, giving up everything for King and country.


What is perfection, and why do we think we really want it? 


Observer, onlooker, eyewitness, spectator, viewer, watcher, bystander, passerby...


There is magic in books. Things we can’t imagine, characters that surprise us, stories that stitch together patches of the universe into something spectacular
FarGo Christmas

FarGo Christmas

Sprungsters have a very special Christmas treat in store that will fill you to the brim with Christmas spirit.

Apply for a taster session

What People Say

Sprungsters show highly powerful and emotive. Made me think. Wonderful performances

Seen But Never Heard

  • No products in the cart.