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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.


The Incredible Alan Spark
by Alan Bissett

Falkirk Town Hall Theatre
Friday 26 May, 7.30pm

Adam Spark. Eighteen going on eight-and-a-half. Fast-food worker. Queen fan. Last in the queue for luck. On waking from an accident in which he saves a child, he has the distinct impression that all is far from right. What are these curious lights that seem to surround people? Why are animals and machines trying to speak to him? And can he really control time? Is it just his imagination, or has Adam Spark been chosen to become Scotland’s first, and only, superhero? This, however, is the least of his problems. The local gang is luring him into deeper and darker peril. His sister and lone carer, Jude, is giving all her love to another woman. And if Jude abandons Adam – or Adam drives her away – all the superpowers in the world won’t be able to save him.

Tickets: 01324 590717


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Marr College
Dundonald Road, Troon
7 – 9 June 2017, 7.30pm

 

Marr College Musical Theatre presents ‘The Wizard of Oz’, the Classic MGM musical brought to life by the young talent of Troon.

Tickets: http://www.marr.sayr.sch.uk/


Liar
by Gregory Burke

LIAR

Buckhaven Theatre
Lawrence Street, Buckhaven
Fife, KY8 1BQ
8- 9 June, 7.30pm

“Collision are the Royal Shakespeare Company of Buckhaven!” – Gregory Burke

From the writer of Black Watch Burke’s brings you Liar: Katie is a bit of a goddess with a brain. Donnie is the new boy at school. He is also a liar. In fact, he s not even called Donnie, he is really called Ronnie, but he thinks that s the sort of name a girl like Katie will go for. Unfortunately, like all the best liars, Ronnie has a tendency to get caught out. But that s not going to stop him. He s going to get this girl and he is prepared to weave any outlandish fiction to make sure she can’t resist. Assisted by his three advice giving sidekicks and up against Katie’s cynical pals, with live music from a kick ass band, Ronnie picks his way through the social minefield, a myriad teenage tribes in your average Fife high school.
Tickets: £6/£5 (concession)   collisionyt@gmail.com / on the door

More info: www.collisiontheatre.com


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

myriad teenage tribes in your average Fife high school.
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


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Stages Festival: Blueprint

Youth Theatre Juniors, Tron Theatre
Glasgow
7 – 9 June 2017, 7.30pm

Since January a collection of our performance groups have been exploring their creative curiosity, playing with ideas, storytelling, devising and performance. Join us in the Changing House this June for a mini festival of new work by Tron Young Company, Skillshop Seniors and YT Juniors.

 

Blueprint

Have you ever thought about where you are going in life? We don’t mean geographically going, however that can come in to it. We are speaking about your life journey. The plan for how your whole life will unfold.

Do you believe in Fate?
Do you ever wonder if your life is already mapped out in a blue print?
Do you think there are filling cabinets with everyone’s life plans filed neatly?

But then what happens if you don’t follow the plan? Turn your back on Fate? If you were faced with your life blueprint would you stick to it or rip it up?

A story about accepting, struggling with, and trying to change, Fate.

Tickets:http://www.tron.co.uk/event/stages-festival-devised-work/


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