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Black History Month - YT play suggestions

For Black History Month, NAYT would like to platform some amazing plays by black authors. These plays have either been written for a Youth Theatre cast, or would be interesting for young people to explore. With a variety of pertinent themes, from science fiction to folktales, these writers unpack themes of history, identity, belonging and home.

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Wind / Rush Generation(s) By Mojisola Adebayo

We asked Mojisola Adebayo some questions about her play, a story of the full weight of Britain’s colonial past – in all its gory glory

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A statement from the National Association of Youth Theatres on 'rule of 6'

On Tuesday 8 September, the UK Government announced that from Monday 14 September, social gatherings in England would be reduced to a maximum of 6 people.

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Starting Youth Theatres post-lockdown document

In this document we will offer some guidance as well as a checklist to ensure you are ready to go, whether that be in a couple of days, or a couple of months.

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