Alan Ayckbourn Theatre
The College's Alan Ayckbourn Theatre is named after internationally renowned playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn, Yorkshire 's and the UK 's greatest living playwright.
The theatre is designed to be a flexible auditorium and can be adapted for a wide variety of performance styles for theatre, dance and music events. It is used primarily for workshops, rehearsals and productions by York College Performing Arts (YCPA) students. The space is also a first-class training venue for students studying Backstage Arts. Music and Music Technology students also use the theatre for musical concerts and performances.
The theatre seats up to 200 people (dependent on performance layout), and has state-of-the-art lighting and sound equipment.
Follow this link to see images from our performance of Echoes of Hubris.
Follow this link for a gallery of images from our performance of As You Like It.
Follow this link to see some images from our Insect Play performance.
Follow the link for images from our School Journey to the Centre of the Earth performance.