In autumn 2023, YTAS will be back with a new season of training for the Scottish youth theatre sector… and we might be coming to a theatre near you with a brand new two-day training event! Are you ready to get your hub on?
We asked our staff to sift through the mighty tome that is the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2023 programme and select their top picks.
Just when you thought our training programme for the autumn couldn’t get more exciting, we teased that there was an exciting season finale still to come… Well, now we’ve gone and added part two!
We’re delighted to launch the first part of our brand new training programme, full of great learning, CPD and networking opportunities for organisations and freelancers across the youth arts sector.
Our team’s top tips for shows and money saving opportunities: drumroll please, for the Official YTAS Guide to the Fringe 2022…
Budding young talent will fill the stalls of the Gaiety Theatre on Friday as National Festival of Youth Theatre participants descend on Ayr.
We’ve noticed something on the increase recently. At first it was just mildly annoying, but as time has gone on, it is affecting our ability to do what we do, so we feel we need to say something.
The time is now here to release the spring 2021 Learning and Engagement programme into the world. We’ve put together an exciting array of sessions which focus on “building back better”.
On 16 March 2020, we took the decision to postpone the National Convention of Youth Drama, which was due to take place four days later.
In the run-up to the 2020 National Convention of Youth Drama, we asked some of the speakers to tell us a little more about their sessions and why they would recommend them to attendees.