Ongoing

County Carlow Youth Theatre win Mayoral Award

Huge congratuations to County Carlow Youth Theatre. They were recipients of a Mayoral award in December 2016 for their production How To Live by Eimear Cheasty.

In other County Carlow Youth Theatre news....

CCYT recently presented Project Resolution in VISUAL. It was an evening of new written works and performance presented by the senior members of CCYT. The event showcased the work and explorations of young people as they presented theatre, spoken word, monologues and much more.

Workshops resumed on Jan 16th in VISUAL, with over 30 young people attending

CCYT are beginning an Outreach project with CRYS (Carlow Regional Youth Services) working with younger age groups in Late Feb/Early March.

The youth theatre wishes to thank the Staff at VISUAL & County Carlow Arts Office for their continued support.

Dates:
Ongoing
11 March 2017

Cabinteely Youth Theatre - Celebrating 35 years

Cabinteely Youth Theatre is celebrating 35 years! They are marking it with a performance in The Lexicon,  Dun Laoghaire on Sat 11th March at 7.30pm

They would like to invite past members and friends of CYT.  There will be an opening address by their founder Daphne Felton, a large cake and plenty of photos of their journey!

If you are interested in attending please text Fiona 0872399467

Dates:
11 March 2017
Venue:
The Lexicon, Dun Laoghaire
10 - 11 March 2017

Griese Youth Theatre - Zero for the Young Dudes!

Griese Youth Theatre are performing Zero for the Young Dudes! by Alistair McDowall at the Riverbank Arts Centre on 10th & 11th March. 

It is presented as part of the National Theatre UK Connections:Kildare Festival. 

Directed by Dee Burke, this is a play about revolution, tyranny, and summer camps by an exciting new writer whose work has appeared in the Royal Court and National Theatres in London.

Find out more about Griese Youth Theatre

Dates:
10 - 11 March 2017
Venue:
Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge, Co. Kildare
Bookings
http://www.riverbank.ie/event/national-theatre-uk-connections-kildare-festival/
More Info
www.riverbank.ie/event/national-theatre-uk-connections-kildare-festival/
10 & 12 March

Kildare Youth Theatre - Extremism

Kildare Youth Theatre will be performing Extremism by Anders Lustgarten at the Riverbank Arts Centre on 10th and 12th March. 

It is presented as part of the National Theatre UK Connections:Kildare Festival.

Directed by Peter Hussey, this provocative new work explores how we are taught to police each other in an age of terror threats and radicalisation. Anders Lustgarten is an internationally renowned political theatre maker from the UK.

Please note: Not suitable for children

Find out more about Kildare Youth Theatre

Dates:
10 & 12 March
Venue:
Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge, Co. Kildare
Bookings
http://www.riverbank.ie/event/national-theatre-uk-connections-kildare-festival/
More Info
www.riverbank.ie/event/national-theatre-uk-connections-kildare-festival/
Ongoing

Activate Youth Theatre Update

Activate Youth Theatre received Strand 2 funding from NYCI’s Artist and Youth Work Residency Scheme and are delighted to announce that Playwright and Director John MacCarthy will be back working with them as director of their upcoming show Don’t Smile till Christmas written by Niall Cleary.  John helped them to develop this script along with Sióg by Ellie Menton, and they’re really excited about starting rehearsals.

Activate took a theatre trip to see CIT’s end of year show Blood Wedding directed by Regina Crowley and met former Activate member Alan Dalton who was production manager on the show! (Pictured above)

Dates:
Ongoing

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20 February