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Theatre Workout Wins Best Education Provider Award

Theatre Workout won the Best Education Provider award at the British Youth Travel Awards 2023, which took place at the Sea Life Centre, London, on 22nd November.

Adam Milford accepting the Best Education Provider award

The Best Education Provider Award 2023 recognises excellence in an educational product or experience. Entries were invited from education providers, language schools, academic programme suppliers & more, and the finalists included Bayswater Education, African Adventures, and The Learning Adventure.


Adam Milford, Founder and Director of Theatre Workout said:


"I am delighted that Theatre Workout has been recognised with this award. Education through theatre has been at the heart of everything we have done for almost 18 years, plus I've worked in this field for almost 30, so it is an honour and a privilege to win this award for our workshop programmes".


Theatre Workout was also a finalist in the Best Support Service catagory, which acknowledges organisations that provides the best services and/or solutions to organisations or consumers in the youth, student and educational travel sector. Theatre Workout won the Bronze Award for the school trip services it offers, where we curate bespoke packages to deliver outstanding experiences for schools.

The best of British celebrated – paving the way in a £28.6bn industry On 23rd November 2023 in London, The British Educational Travel Association (BETA) honoured the businesses paving the way in the £28.6 billion UK youth, student and educational travel market at the British Youth Travel Awards. BETA – a not-for-profit member association – represents over 120 organisations, some of which are the biggest and best-known businesses in the youth, student and educational travel industry.

Mark Henebury, Department for Business & Trade – when judging the awards said “Amazed by the fantastic innovations to reach new markets and customers. Excellent reflection of the sector itself.” Other judges included; Janet Utterly, VisitBritain and Lethabo-Thabo Royds, World Travel & Tourism Council.

Other winners included; Camp America, Camp Leaders, First Travel Solutions, Kaya Responsible Travel, St Christopher’s Inn, StudentUniverse, Up at The O2 and Warner Bros Studio Tour London, who were all celebrated at the award ceremony held at Sea Life London Aquarium. View the full list of winners

Emma English, Executive Director of BETA, commented “After a hiatus during the pandemic, this is a clear indication that the youth travel market is thriving. It has been an honour to recognise those in the industry who are going above and beyond to adapt, provide services and support young travellers in the UK. As we head into 2024, further collaboration between Government and the sector is vital to address barriers to growth. We will continue to lobby for greater mobility for young travellers and work to deliver a series of events bringing together international buyers and suppliers to develop and create safe, fun and innovative products and itineraries.”


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