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Youth Arts Network Cymru

A group for young people, youth theatres, you arts practitioners and any body working with young people in theatre and the arts.

Location: Wales
Members: 154
Latest Activity: Apr 6, 2018

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YOCA: Youth of Creative Arts Projects and Opportunities

Youth of Creative Arts (YOCA) is a theatre company specialising in using narrative and story telling to instigate and effect personal, political and social change.Since 2005 we have been helping to…Continue

Started by Jennifer Ruth Sturt Jun 9, 2014.

YAN Day in Theatr Felinfach (SUNDAY 2 March 2014)

Apologies - the YAN Day in Theatr Felinfach is on Sunday 2 March 2014 NOT on Saturday as previously posted.Continue

Started by National Youth Arts Wales Feb 19, 2014.

Diwrnod Rhwydweithio ar gyfer Gweithwyr Proffesiynol yn y Celfyddydau sy’n Gweithio gyda Phobl Ifanc

Cyfle i archwilio’r potensial ar gyfer Rhwydwaith Celfyddydau Ieuenctid sy’n cysylltu darparwyr ac ymarferwyr celfyddydau ieuenctid ar draws Cymru. Pryd:      Dydd Sadwrn 2 Mawrth 2014 (10am –…Continue

Started by National Youth Arts Wales Feb 18, 2014.

A Networking Day for Arts Professionals Who Work with Young People

Sign-up for a Youth Arts networking and skill-sharing opportunity!  Please circulate or forward to your own networks and contacts, with apologies for any cross or multiple-postings.An opportunity to…Continue

Started by National Youth Arts Wales Feb 18, 2014.

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Comment by jane donoghue on January 1, 2013 at 17:09

The Unknown Theatre Company are performing Our House (directed by James Williams) at Howardian Centre, Hammond Way Cardiff 16th - 19th January.   Tickets £10/£8 concessions from box office www.unknowntheatre.co.uk or 07999705687.  Join the Madness!!!!

Comment by Devinda De Silva on December 4, 2012 at 18:47

Comment by Bizzy Day on December 2, 2012 at 11:46

Hi everyone, I'm doing some market research and I've put together a super quick 10 question survey on Survey Monkey about what you like to see at the theatre and would really appreciate it if you could take part. It's very short and takes about 30 seconds of your time. You can find the survey by clicking HERE!

Thanks! x

Comment by abdul shayek on November 26, 2012 at 16:40

So the meet is at the Sherman tomorrow.

If you haven't confirmed but suddenly have some time free in your day please drop by.


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Comment by Devinda De Silva on November 26, 2012 at 11:22

Caerphilly County Youth Theatre Seeks a New Director!

Caerphilly Arts Service is looking to recruit another director to run one of the weekly workshops.  The workshops will be based at the Crosskeys Campus of Coleg Gwent.

Sessions will take place from 6-8pm every Wednesday from 9th January 2013, but the director will need to be available to meet with the group on some Wednesday evenings during December 2012 to start the transition.

We are also looking for theatre tutors who can offer skills building workshops in specialist subjects such as technical theatre skills, choreography and so on.

If you are passionate about youth theatre, are enthusiastic, energetic and approachable and have ideas about productions that the group could work towards then we would love to hear from you! 

For more information about these opportunities please email Arts Development on artsdevelopment@caerphilly.gov.uk with a CV and your expression of interest by Friday 30 November

Comment by Nathan Keates on November 11, 2012 at 18:49

About the meeting on Tuesday 27th November 2012, 11am - 5pm Sherman or WMC (TBC), I cannot attend daytimes in the week.  I would love to get involved with this. Especially so, as I am in the initial stages of the long journey to form the 'British Impro Games'; the national youth impro tournament.

Comment by abdul shayek on October 17, 2012 at 14:46

Submit your proposal by Monday 29th October 2012

After four exciting democratically-elected Assembly projects in south, west, mid and north Wales, we are now looking for proposals for a SuperAssembly which will take place in December. We’d like to create an event which will culminate in a conversation with national and international resonance.

SuperAssembly Video

Proposals are invited from all communities, groups, companies or individuals who have an issue they’d like to explore through this performance debate project. Some of the recently Assemblies have explored the relevance of supermarkets, cuts to local NHS mental health provision and the community surrounding a local park.

If you have an idea for a SuperAssembly event anywhere in Wales, submit your proposal by Monday 29th October 2012. Proposals should be relevant to the local community but have a national or international resonance.

To find out more about the previous Assembly projects, visit
the Assembly Group on the National Theatre Wales Community.

For more information, and to submit your proposal

Contact Abdul Shayek

abdulshayek@nationaltheatrewales.org

07545 915 185

@abdul_ntw

Comment by abdul shayek on September 19, 2012 at 10:49

Hi all thought I would send a quick message out to see if we could try and find a time to meet up.  Lot's of possibilities and ideas to be discussed.

Let me know.


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Comment by National Youth Arts Wales on July 12, 2012 at 8:04

Hi Everyone,

Please check out Perfformio 2012 for full details of National Youth Arts Wales summer concerts and performances kicking off in 2 weeks time with National Youth Orchestra of Wales concert in Swansea on 25th July plus many more. Its shaping up to be quite a summer we hope to see you along the way http://www.nyaw.co.uk/download/Performio2012.pdf

Comment by Ronnie Bradford on July 5, 2012 at 12:15

FREE drama lessons for children aged 6 - 16 in CARDIFF!

Hi all, just thought you may be interested to know I have recently set up my own free drama club called Media Academy Drama based at Media Academy Cardiff in Bute Town. 

Media Academy Drama helps children gain skills in team building, acting, character development, physical development, communication and improvisation. It will also help build their confidence, self esteem, concentration, self discipline, imagination and creativity. It is perfect for children who have an interest in drama or who just want to make friends and have fun! We welcome and accommodate all abilities.


Classes run every Saturday at 11am - 12.30pm for children aged 6 - 11 and 1.00pm - 2.30pm for older children aged 12 - 16. Our first class was last Saturday and was extremely successful.

We already have a number of children for the 6 - 11 group but do not have as many for the 12 - 16 group so would love some more young people on board! If anyone knows of anyone who is interested please feel free to email at ronnie@mediaacademycardiff.org. 

Thank you!

Ronnie

 

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