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In this chilly, wet weather NYT has even more brilliant opportunities: Playing Up 1 – the course has started with a brilliant group of young people but it’s not too late to get involved! Free Open Access Weekly Drama Workshops... NYT Intake and Casting Auditions taking place across the UK... … And we still offer regular workshops in local schools and colleges!
Late December and January 2O11: — Playing Up 1, our free accredited course launched at the Black Country Living Museum - a fantastic space to be creative in. The class of 2O11 is in full swing and we’re delighted to welcome them to the NYT community. — Open Access workshops have now re-launched and we have a fantastic set of NYT facilitators programmed in over the coming months. It’s great to see new faces every week. — Open Access Schools has also launched at Thorns Community College. We’re delighted to be working with students from Thorns in a supportive and generous environment. — NYT Intake and Casting auditions have now launched. If you are already an NYT member you can still book a casting audition and if you’re interested in auditioning to join NYT there’s a few places left, so get in touch ASAP .
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— The Baron Davenport’s Charity have very generously decided to support NYT’s Open Access Community work here in Brierley Hill, so a huge thank you to them for their kind contribution. Playing Up 1 NYT’s Playing Up 1 course has officially started. This is an accredited course in partnership with Stourbridge College for young people aged 16-25*. The course runs every Tuesday at the Black Country Living Museum, which is a great space. The class of 2O11 are having a great time learning new drama skills and this month will begin work on their first performance, which will be held at the end of March. We really hope you can continue to support the students and take an interest in their progress. If you are still thinking you would like to apply, do email and we’ll see if we can squeeze you in.
Email the Creative Learning Associate at: — NYT held a Creative Pathways Training workshop in London email@example.com teaching young people in the NYT membership to be Creative Assistants, which was a great success. NYT members keep your *Must be 16 turning 17 this academic year ears out for Brierley Hill’s Creative Pathways training in the next few months. White City Black Country Very Exciting News! NYT is currently planning this year’s 2O11 — The Birmingham Knife Crime Awareness programme held summer community project in Brierley Hill: ‘White City/Black another Research and Development weekend alongside Country’. If you remember last summer’s hugely successful casting auditions. It’s great to see this inspirational piece ‘Ghost Office’ than you will be glad to know we are currently moving forwards and we’ll have more news over the next few programming this summer’s project. White City/Black Country months. will span over 14 months and look at the Black Country’s involvement in the 19O8 White City Olympics and 1948 — NYT members travlled to China to perform at the MG Olympics in London. We will look at how the Black Country’s Auto-show in Guanghzou. The company presented a fantastic heritage in the Games will inform its involvement in the 2O12 performance looking at the history of the MG brand. It truly was Olympics, which is fast approaching. Watch This Space for a great experience for both members and staff. more information!
How You Can Get Involved This Month!
Open Access Schools Free Workshops in Brierley Hill at a school near you! Open Access Schools has started again in Brierley Hill. For one term, National Youth Theatre will be resident at Thorns Community College, Stockwell Avenue, Brierley Hill as part of the extra-curricular activity, holding free workshops, delivered by NYT’s experienced facilitators every Wednesday from 3.3Opm – 5.3Opm. If you are aged 14 –19 and want to be included in these workshops please GET IN TOUCH, or meet us at Thorns Community College on these dates: — Wednesday 2nd February 2O11, 3.3Opm – 5.3Opm — Wednesday 9th February 2O11, 3.3Opm – 5.3Opm — Wednesday 16th February 2O11, 3.3Opm – 5.3Opm Open Access Community Free Workshops in Brierley Hill ! If you are aged between 14-25 and have an interest in theatre and acting, then come to one of our Open Access FREE drama workshops, led by two of NYT’s experienced associate artists and held every Saturday from 1Oam-1pm. This term, we have lots of brilliant NYT facilitators leading workshops, offering a real variety of practices. Come along to the Brierley Hill Methodist Church, Bank Street, Brierley Hill (Opposite the Brierley Hill Civic Hall), on these dates: Saturday 5th February 2O11, 1Oam – 1pm Saturday 12th February 2O11, 1Oam – 1pm Saturday 19th February 2O11, 1Oam – 1pm Look forward to seeing you there! NYT Intake Auditions and Interviews 2O11 in the West Midlands! The NYT Intake auditions and technical interviews have started. You can call the NYT office if you still haven’t booked your audition, to see if there are still any remaining slots on O2O7 281 3863. To all of you who are auditioning, Good Luck! NYT 2O11 Casting Auditions NYT Casting Auditions have also started for all NYT members. To be cast in the NYT 2O11 Season productions you must apply for your audition and workshop, which will take place in February 2O11. Apply online through the NYT members’ area at www.ideastap.com/nyt and good luck.
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