Current Projects

Halo Arts Youth Theatre

Join one of our youth theatre groups, for young people aged 5-12, which aim to develop confidence, imagination and performance skill. Halo’s free youth theatres are currently active in the following areas:

  • Govan
  • Anderston
  • Drumchapel
  • Partick
  • Toryglen
  • Carmunnock
For more information or to reserve a place contact
Also check out Cademy for more info 

Our popular Hillhead Youth Theatre group is back on Sundays at Hillhead Library. For more info, pricing or to book visit Cademy

Pride over Prejudice

After a successful pilot in 2021/22, The Pearce Institute are delighted to announce the return of Pride over Prejudice, a year long youth arts project in partnership with Halo Arts, exploring and challenging sectarianism, racism and bigotry and culminating in a community performance event.

During the course of POP 2024, the team will work with young people aged 9-16, in weekly workshop groups across five areas of Glasgow; Ibrox, Parkhead, Govan, Toryglen and Maryhill. The 90 min sessions each week will be led by a range of arts tutors from drama, visual arts, dance and multimedia, with the core aim being to use the arts to explore and challenge sectarianism and to celebrate difference and cultural diversity.

The groups are:

  • POP Parkhead- Tuesdays 5.30pm- Parkhead Youth Project
  • POP Toryglen- Tuesdays 7.30pm- Toryglen Community Hall
  • POP Govan/Ibrox- Thursdays 7pm-The PI
  • POP Maryhill- Thursdays 6.30pm- Maryhill Hub

These groups are free and open to all young people aged 9-16 living in Glasgow!

For more information or to reserve a place contact