Our experiential online Youth Voice Training courses offer organisations the tools to better engage and involve young people in decision making processes and designing projects – making progressive moves to innovate and grow your insight. Learn about youth voice, co-creating at board level and enabling young people to have a voice in their organisation.
Read the full article: Youth Voice Training July 2022
Complicité is looking for an imaginative, highly organised and self-motivated producer to provide maternity cover (1 year) for our Creative Engagement Producer. You will shape and implement the company’s engagement and education programmes, including workshops, projects and productions.
Read the full article: Complicité are seeking a Creative Engagement Producer (Maternity Cover)
Robert Sterne, Casting Director of the Netflix series THE CROWN, is searching for two exceptional young actors to play PRINCE WILLIAM and PRINCE HARRY in the next series.
Read the full article: Casting call for two young actors to play Prince William and Prince Harry in the next series of The Crown
Calling all theatre fanatics!
Do you want to discover a fantastic work experience opportunity?
Read the full article: 'A Day In The Life Of Us' Work Experience Opportunity
#BAMEOnline platforms speakers of colour who are committed to dismantling white supremacy in their work. This year their wisdom and expertise were captured by our incredibly talented resident artist Esme Hemmings.
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Two Government summer opportunities for youth theatres to get involved with!
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Join half-day interactive training on embedding youth voice in cultural organisations - courses in April, May, June and beyond.
Read the full article: Training to embed youth voice in cultural organisations launched
This guidance is a condensed version of the regulations posted by the National Youth Agency on 4th November 2020 with specific considerations made to its applications to Youth Theatre.
Read the full article: Guidance for the November Coronavirus Lockdown
We have created a set of survey questions that are available for groups to use to help the process of recovery and re-start for the Youth Theatre sector.
We'd like for all youth theatres to share this with parents/carers and send anonymised results back to us for a sector-wide analysis.
Read the full article: Coronavirus Recovery Survey
Roger Hill, NAYT’s President, is updating a Reference Book entry relating to Youth Theatre.
Read the full article: Encyclopedia update call from our president
Photos taken at Raising the Game 2019
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Conversations around class are a hot topic across the arts and cultural sector at the moment and will move even further to the forefront of discourse when Arts Council England’s new 10 year strategy is launched.
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Farnham Maltings’ No Strings Attached, a grant scheme for young people to make their first piece of theatre, are now open, and close at the end of this week.
Read the full article: Farnham Maltings’ No Strings Attached grant scheme
Upstart Projects is bringing back it's training on engaging youth voice in your organisation by demand. It will be on 22 October at The Royal Society of Arts in London.
Read the full article: How to engage digitally with youth voice - subsidised training 22 Oct
June is Pride season, with events across the country celebrating and supporting the LGBTQ+ community. Youth Theatre should be a safe space for all young people to access engaging theatre activities, so here's a list of companies, artists and texts we’ve found across the sector.
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For the first time since 2014, we are proud to have two Youth Theatre groups performing at Raising The Game North & South.
Read the full article: Performances at Raising The Game North & South
An Action for Children’s Arts study recommends that every child at primary school should have five quality arts experiences in the school year. Chris Jarvis explains how the Arts Backpack project is working to make this a reality.
Read the full article: The arts in a backpack
The charity who run the popular online magazine Voice (voicemag.uk) and the Arts Award Alumni Network are pleased to offer training courses in developing your offer for young people by embedding their voice.
Read the full article: Youth Voice Training now available from Upstart Projects
Big Lottery Fund to open new £15m digital fund
eBay to donate up to £150k to charity with 24-hour 'Give Day'
England’s national arts funder is considering introducing a series of ‘micro grants’ to fund arts activity via a more streamlined process.
Government to launch £200m youth fund to tackle violent crime by Neil Puffett
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Love performing, but don’t want to act? Or do you just need a side hustle? Freelance teaching could be a fulfilling temporary, or even permanent, profession to supplement your bank balance. Samantha Marsden explains
Read the full article: Try drama teaching: be the inspiration behind tomorrow’s performers
Have you ever wondered what it's like to work for a theatre company, especially in a senior role? It's a good thing we got to chat with Stuart Cox, from Jacksons Lane!
Read the full article: Want My Job? with Stuart Cox
Manchester City Council has appointed Dave Moutrey, Director and Chief Executive of HOME, as its new Director of Culture.
Read the full article: The Director of HOME hopes to make Manchester a ‘sticky city’ and to collaborate with Mayor Andy Burnham on integrating culture into healthcare, housing and transport agendas
Registrations for 2018 arts GCSEs in England have plummeted by a further 51,000, taking the total fall in entries to almost 150,000 over the past five years.
Read the full article: The fall in entry numbers for GCSE arts subjects has reached record levels, but an Ofqual report understates dramatic losses in design and technology
What is a business plan?
Read the full article: How to Write an Effective Business Plan from the Cultural Enterprise Office, Scotland
Researcher Patrycja Kaszynska and consultant Ian David Moss discuss researching the value of culture in the UK and the US.
Read the full article: Do we know more about the worth of the arts than we did 30 years ago or have we been going in circles?