We asked our staff to sift through the mighty tome that is the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2023 programme and select their top picks.
Every few years, we undertake a review of Scotland’s youth theatre sector to identify how we’re developing as a sector, and how we can develop further. The survey is open to all groups who use drama or performance in their work with young people outside of formal education.
In 2022, Youth Theatre Arts Scotland teamed up with the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities to carry out a research project into the long-term impacts of participation in youth theatre.
Youth Theatre Arts Scotland are delighted to announce the successful applicants to our Grants for Youth Theatre funding scheme, who’ll share just under £22,000 of investment.
Our team’s top tips for shows and money saving opportunities: drumroll please, for the Official YTAS Guide to the Fringe 2022…
Summer is almost upon us and the time has come to stretch your legs and take those weary, aching bones out into the world. Join us (and our curated playlist) to breathe new life into familiar surroundings.
In 2020 we conducted the Youth Theatre in Scotland Sector Review, where we asked you to tell us more about the youth theatre activity you run. Well, the results are in!
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”.
Grab your diaries folks, because our latest training events, workshops, check-ins, swap shops and creative conversations are here, in all their glory!
In the sixth and final episode of the second season of our Spotlight on the Sector podcast, Morna McGeoch from Birds of Paradise talks about accessibility, planning for the future and working from home.