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Below is a list of forthcoming youth theatre performances from our membersCan’t see your show listed? Submit your events and we’ll add them to our website.


Tailspin

xmas A3sScottish Storytelling Centre
Edinburgh
16 – 17 June 2017, 7.00pm

Welcome to our city. We know it’s not much to look at. But it’s home. And we’re not leaving. Not for anyone.

Performed by the Friday 11-14s youth theatre group.

Tickets: Full Price – £8.50 Concession £5.50

More info: http://www.tracscotland.org/scottish-storytelling-centre/centre-events/7084/tailspin


The Detour

xmas A3sScottish Storytelling Centre
Edinburgh
16 – 17 June 2017, 9.00pm

Two groups of young people, lost in the wilderness. But they know they can make it. A new play about friendship, sequins and learning to survive.

Performed by the Wednesday 11-14s youth theatre group.

Tickets: Full Price – £8.50 Concession £5.50

More info: http://www.tracscotland.org/scottish-storytelling-centre/centre-events/7085/the-detour


Little Sisters and Other Dangerous Creatures

xmas A3sScottish Storytelling Centre
Edinburgh
17 – 18 June 2017, 3.00pm

It’s easy to get lost in the Enchanted Forest. But what to do if your little sister is kidnapped by evil magical beings?

Performed by the 8-10s youth theatre group.

Tickets: Full Price – £8.50 Concession £5.50

More info: http://www.tracscotland.org/scottish-storytelling-centre/centre-events/7081/little-sisters-and-other-dangerous-creatures


Submarine Time Machine

18423248_10154379812200124_7046187484393675224_oForth and Clyde Canal, between Speirs Wharf and Firhill Basin, Maryhill, Glasgow
20 – 22 June, 10.30am – 12.30pm

It is with great delight, exhilaration and plentiful excitement that we announce the launch of the world’s most magnificent machine: The Submarine Time Machine.

To mark this illustrious occasion we are inviting you to join us in a celebration of its launch. Arrive on the towpath of the Forth & Clyde Canal between Speirs Locks and Firhill Basin for a veritable feast of entertainment, a day of erudition and amusement, featuring performance, spectacle, dance, the singing of songs and the telling of the tallest tales.

Access is via all canal entry points between Speirs Locks and Firhill Basin. The Submarine is not wheelchair accessible but an alternative Submarine experience will be available. This is a promenade performance taking place on the canal towpath and involves walking – some of this is on uneven ground. This is an outdoor event so dress for the weather.

More info: email Karen.allan@nationaltheatrescotland.com or jane.hamilton@nationaltheatrescotland.com to reserve your space


This Show Is Rubbish: APA Senior Youth Theatre

show-is-rubbishThe Lemon Tree
5 West North Street, Aberdeen
22 – 23 June 2017, 7pm

Our story begins with Charlie. Charlie loves his garden, his prized carp koi fish and listening to music from the good old days… and he has a habit for projects.

His town is struggling with an abundance of rubbish and Charlie decides to take on this problem and make a change. At first his quirky neighbours are behind him, but soon their support diminishes. Will Charlie succeed or will it all end in flames?

This Show is Rubbish tells the story of one man’s quest to rid the streets of rubbish. A classic tale of a hero’s struggle… or it might just be a load of old rubbish.

Tickets: £8.80 inc. bf | Concessions

More info: http://www.aberdeenperformingarts.com/events/this-show-is-rubbish-apa-senior-youth-theatre


Traffik

xmas A3sOut of the Blue Drill Hall
Edinburgh
24 – 25 June 2017, 6.00pm

A search for others and a search for self. We follow the parallel journeys of different characters, different groups of refugees, passing through history. A mistaken identity. A betrayal. Shelter. Heartbreak. And hope.

Tickets: Full Price: £9 Concessions £6

More info: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/traffik-by-duncan-kidd-tickets-33118383978


Perth Youth Theatre S3-4 Showcase

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Perth Concert Hall
Mill Street
Perth, PH1 5HZ
15 June, 7pm

 

Join our S3-4 Perth Youth Theatre for a devised performance, which will showcase the skills they have learned throughout last year.

Age 12+
Tickets: £4
Box Office: 01738 621031/ on the door

More info: www.horsecross.co.uk

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Tickets: £6/£5 (concession)   collisionyt@gmail.com / on the door

More info: www.collisiontheatre.com


Perth Youth Theatre Juniors Showcase

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Perth Concert Hall
Mill Street
Perth, PH1 5HZ
16 June, from 1.30pm

 

Watch our juniors creativity explode in these original devised performances.

P1-3A Showcase 1.30pm
P1-3B Showcase 2.00pm
P4-7A Showcase 2.30pm
P4-7B Showcase 3.00pm
P4-7C Showcase 3.30pm

Double Bill ticket: £4
Triple Bill ticket: £6
Quadruple Bill ticket:£8

Age 12+
Tickets: £3.50/£2.50
Box Office: 01738 621031/ on the door

More info: www.horsecross.co.uk


Perth Autism Support Youth Theatre Showcase

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Perth Concert Hall
Mill Street
Perth, PH1 5HZ
16 June, 5.30pm

 

Join our Autism Youth Theatre group for a lively and engaging performance which they have created completely from scratch.

Perth Autism Support Youth Theatre is a partnership programme between Horsecross Arts and Perth Autism Support.

Tickets: Free
Box Office: 01738 621031/ on the door

More info: www.horsecross.co.uk


Perth Youth Theatre S1-2 Showcase

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Perth Concert Hall
Mill Street
Perth, PH1 5HZ
16 June, 7.30pm

 

Perth Youth Theatre S1-2 showcase the theatrical skills they have developed this year in this devised performance.

Tickets: £4
Box Office: 01738 621031/ on the door

More info: www.horsecross.co.uk


The Heights

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Perth Concert Hall
Mill Street
Perth, PH1 5HZ
17 June, 7.30pm

 

Perth Youth Theatre Seniors take on Lisa McGee’s The Heights.

Following the lives of young people brought up on the tower block estates of Britain, this play shows the creativity that can come from isolation and boredom.

Age 12+

Directed by Gemma Pryde
Assistant Director Andrew John Illsley

Tickets: £6/£4 (concession)
Box Office: 01738 621031/ on the door

More info: www.horsecross.co.uk


How To Save The World…Ish

Beacon Arts Centre Studio
Custom House Quay, Greenock
Thursday 22 June

This is a story about a world that’s a little bit like ours. Here everyone holds onto a string, and each string leads high into the sky.

Nobody really remembers why they started holding on. When the strings are dropped, it’s down to Sophie to save the world from slipping from their grasp. Physical, fast-paced, and direct, How To Save The World…ish is a storytelling piece offering the magic of childhood tales mixed in with grown up responsibility.

Tickets: 01475 723723


The Blue Road & HOME (double bill)

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Tay Square, Dundee DD1 1PB
Fri 23rd 7.30pm, Sat 24th 2.30pm + 7.30pm (Sat eve show BSLI)

The Blue Road
I remember the darkness
I remember the silence
I remember the water rising

The forest. The wake of an unnamed crisis. A group of young people work to make sense of what happened, what it means, and what they will do now.

The Blue Road is an exciting new play by acclaimed writer Laura Lomas exploring memory, loss, living in the aftermath and our capacity to begin again.
Commissioned by Dundee Rep, Derby Theatre, Royal and Derngate and Theatre Royal Plymouth; this inspiring project will see The Blue Road performed for the first time in 4 venues across the UK this summer.

HOME
My home is what I’ve chosen, the people I have chosen to be with, the places I have chosen to be.
Taking inspiration from The Blue Road by Laura Lomas and drawing on personal and political stories from near and far, this new performance will explore what home means to us in 2017.

Could you also add: Interested in bringing young people to see the show? Email gnicol@dundeereptheatre.co.uk to find out about complimentary tickets.

More info: 01382 223530 http://www.dundeerep.co.uk


Buckle Up

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Howden Park Centre, Livingston
EH54 6AE
Sat 24th June 3pm & 7pm & Sun 25th June 3pm 

We are here! Let us take you on our journey, exploring what it means to travel and not know exactly where you belong. Sharing tears and laughter, we help and we hinder but can’t do it on our own. Firefly Arts are thrilled to introduce our fabulous young writers and their exciting new piece of work, a journey of self-discovery and self-dignity. Buckle up – you’re in for a rough ride.

More info: Call Box Office 01506 333005


Dark Mechanics

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Howden Park Centre, Livingston
EH54 6AE
Sat 24th June 3pm & 7pm & Sun 25th June 3pm

Dark Mechanics is a relentless and visceral theatrical feast that explores and explodes the myth of progress. It holds a mirror up to a reality in which we are relentlessly competing, scrambling and fighting over ever shifting goals. How far will we go to get what we think we want? What is happening when we look the other way?

Dark Mechanics asks us to recognise the sinister forces grinding away at the heart of what we worship and how we live our lives. How can we escape and reconnect with what is most precious?

Performed with Buckle Up as part of a double bill from Firefly Arts

More info: Call Box Office 01506 333005


SummerFest! 2017 Performance Festival

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Pace Theatre
Renfrewshire
1 July – 13 August 2017

The biggest youth arts festival of its kind organised and produced by PACE Theatre Company who have been inspiring and celebrating the artistic achievements of young people for over 25 years.

Summerfest is 6 weeks of exciting and creative performances and workshop projects which PACE members and non members age 3-18 can participate in. All our events have been designed to guarantee an enjoyable, creative and memorable experience for those taking part and we aim to create both professional and innovative performances.

Whether you love comedy, tragedy, text or musicals there is something for everyone in SummerFest! 2017.

More info: http://www.1summer.co.uk


No Offence

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Dundee Rep Theatre
Tay Square, Dundee DD1 1PB
6 – 7 July 2017 7.30pm

In No Offence, but… Dundee Rep Young Company present an exploration of language, both spoken and unspoken. The words they want to say and the questions they want to ask.
The company want to know what happens when you can’t find the right words, when language just isn’t enough.

Reflecting on times where they wish they had said it differently this exciting group of theatre makers ask ‘What are the moments in life there are no words for?’

Could you also add: Interested in bringing young people to see the show? Email gnicol@dundeereptheatre.co.uk to find out about complimentary tickets.

More info: 01382 223530 http://www.dundeerep.co.uk