Aspiring young British and Irish performers will have the opportunity to launch their
studies in Spain thanks to innovative courses being introduced by Barcelona’s
Institute of the Arts this September.
Read the full article: The Institute of the Arts – Barcelona
Ten new plays for young people to perform.
Read the full article: National Theatre Connections: New plays performed by young people
Fiona Doyle’s play SO Gay has been announced as the winner of A Play for the Nation’s Youth.
Read the full article: A Play For The Nation's Youth
Next summer Centauri Arts Camp would like to connect with a youth theatre group somewhere in the UK
Read the full article: Centauri Arts Camp
The latest jobs from the youth theatre sector.
Read the full article: Jobs & Opportunities
NAYT are very proud to announce a new operating model for 2013/14 onwards
Read the full article: A Sustainable Future For NAYT
What a great year 2012 had been, and we're excited for 2013!
Read the full article: NAYT in 2012
Changing Education Paradigms using visuals to explain
Read the full article: RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms
The Community Projects Producer is responsible for developing and producing a pioneering range of creative programmes with identified adults and communities in Plymouth and the region. The
Read the full article: Theatre Royal Plymouth Community Projects Producer (Maternity Cover)
This year, York Youth Theatre celebrates 10 years of being based at York Theatre Royal.
Read the full article: 10 Years of York Youth Theatre
A community arts apprenticeship is now available in London with Arts Award (a national qualification for young people) and in Diss, near Norwich, with MDK Web & Media (A young digital agency working with arts organisations).
Read the full article: Apprentice opportunities with Arts Award & MDK
Roger Hill, President of NAYT, delivered a speech about the past, present and future of Youth Theatre at our visioning day in May.
Read the full article: Roger Hill's speech
On 28th February 2012 The long awaited Henley Review of Cultural Education and the government's response were published.NAYT's CEO Jill Adamson attended the live launch and has read the documents.
Read the full article: Darren Henley's Cultural Education Review
NAYT is currently making a transition from a government funded development agency to a membership organisation based on bespoke services in return for membership fees.
The new organisation will allow us to work more closely with our membership, developing our engagement with you and deepening our understanding of your work and needs.
Read the full article: Whats Happening at NAYT?
If you're reading this news article you'll already have found your way to our brand new website! Tied into the launch of our new membership scheme, the new website allows you to do much more for yourself! You can choose your own memorable password, make a profile for your youth theatre, book all events online and download publications.
Read the full article: A Brand New Website!