2020 has been a tough year for the theatre sector. NAYT have worked alongside the National Operatic and Dramatic Association for a number of years, and now are providing a new benefit to each others’ members with reciprocal access to a range of benefits.
Read the full article: NAYT and NODA Team Up to bring new benefits to members
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
In May 2020 we were pleased to receive news that Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy have agreed to support us to set up a brand new network
Read the full article: NAYT Fundraisers Network
We will be bringing more information for members and helping the sector in these tough times. Read our current response here.
Read the full article: NAYT COVID-19 Response
Be the Example, Be the Voice is a festival of original devised work made with, for and by young people at Leeds Playhouse.
Read the full article: Be the Example, Be the Voice
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
Members can save 10% on Theatre Tokens
Read the full article: Save on Theatre Tokens
Allie Spencer, Creative Learning Manager at the Regent Theatre and Victoria Hall (ATG) talks about her passion for work in the heart of the community.
Read the full article: Youth Theatre and Dance In the heart of the community…
Minerva Arts has been up and running since 2009 when two artists living and working in Chester decided that, after the closure of the Gateway Theatre, the best way to get some work was to make it ourselves!
Read the full article: Minerva Arts: Rural and Urban- what’s next?
Below you will find details about the deadlines for decentralised activities only i.e. where applications are submitted to the Erasmus+ UK National Agency.
Read the full article: 2018 Application Deadlines for the Erasmus+ Programme
LifeSkills with Barclays offers £500 to young people looking to learn and develop skills through the process of running a crowdfunding campaign.
Read the full article: Barclays, National - Crowdfunding and other LifeSkills with Barclays
according to a new study. Research, co-ordinated by psychologists at the University of Kent, shows that arts engagement can act as a catalyst that fosters social co-operation and bridges divisions in society.
Read the full article: Engagement in the arts could be key to countering cultural and political divisions in the UK,
The government’s quarterly snapshot of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) has been showing a steady decline since 2012.
Read the full article: Impetus – Youth Index