As Scotlands’ Youth Theatre development organisation, we aim to help grow audiences and spread the word about the brilliant work taking place all across Scotland. On this page you will find a list of upcoming performances by young artists or for young audiences.

If you would like to send details of an upcoming performance by your company please submit your event to YTAS using the online form above.

Future Forecasts

Culture NL Youth Theatre (NTS Shift)

Venue: Airdrie Town Hall Date: Mon 5 Feb 2018, 7pm


Venue: Motherwell Concert Hall Date: Wed 7 Feb 2018, 7pm

In Partnership with Culture NL and North Lanarkshire Council, the National Theatre of Scotland has been working with CultureNL Youth Theatre to create this exciting new production Future Forecasts.

Performed as part of the SHIFT project by the Youth Theatre groups – they will become active researchers and reporters, making enquiries in to the future of work. Their ‘Future Forecast’ will be a TV magazine style programme broadcast that will report on how subjects such as technology, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Bit Coin, nano technology, robots and energy will change our lives and how we work.


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The Changing Room

Eden Court / Thurso High School

Venue: Thurso High School

Date: Tuesday 13 February, 7pm

Changing Room

Are we teenagers? Are we children? What are we? It’s about bodies in flux and perspectives shifting; knowing change is coming but not what that change will look like.

Set in and around a swimming pool, The Changing Room follows a group of teens full of excitement, impatience and uncertainty, each with their own secret worries and desires for what comes next..

This will be the sixth NT Connections Play by Thurso High School and we would be delighted if you can support us.


Mind Your Head Festival

Lyceum Youth Theatre

Venue: Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Dates: 8 – 10 March 2018

MindYourHead_Facebook Cover Size_previewLyceum Youth Theatre and Traverse Young Writers present Mind Your Head, a double bill of performances which examine the hot topic of mental wellbeing for young people today.

The mixed programme includes Brainstorm, exploring the complexities of the adolescent brain in a unique performance conceived by a playwright, a neuroscientist and partially devised by the LYT cast themselves.

Plus a selection of short scenes by the Traverse Young Writers responding to theme of adolescent mental health, as well as a special performance of a devised drama exploring happiness, Mr Blue Sky, first developed for Chrysalis festival.

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The Darkness or Else The Light  

Strange Town 

Venue: Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Date: Friday 8 & Sat 9 June 2018, 7.30pm

An anonymous hack – an act of sabotage or revenge – kicks off a chain of events that changes the whole of society.

Suddenly a group of young people must learn how to survive in a world where the private has become public, everyone’s data is out there for all to see, and a person’s every action can apparently be predicted. As the temptation grows to spy on their peers, they must confront the question: do we ever really know each other?

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Annie Jr

Falkirk Youth Theatre

Venue: FTH Theatre, Falkirk

Dates: Friday 8 – Sunday 10 June 2018 – Fri & Sat, 7.30pm; Sat & Sun 2pm

Leapin’ Lizards!

Falkirk Youth Theatre presents the classic Broadway Musical Annie Jr.

One of the world’s best loved musicals bounds onto the FTH stage this Summer as plucky young orphan Annie charms her way into your heart. Join her fun-filled adventure as she finds a new home with billionaire Oliver Warbucks escaping the clutches of the drunken Miss Hannigan.

It may be a “Hard Knock Life” but Annie will never stop believing in “Tomorrow.”


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