National Festival of Youth Theatre - Aoka He Iti He Pounamu

Where: The Gaiety, Carrick Street, Ayr KA7 1NU
When: Sunday 07 July 2019 at 11:00am

A colourful programme of performances and special events showcasing the creative work of youth theatre groups from across Scotland and further afield.

NFYT offers an opportunity for youth theatre participants to come together, discover and celebrate a shared passion, offering them the opportunity to develop as artists, audience members and creative thinkers. The festival always welcomes the public to its performances to discover the passion and creativity of our young people.

NFYT is produced by Youth Theatre Arts Scotland – Scotland's development organisation for youth theatre arts – in partnership with The Gaiety Theatre, Ayr.

akoa he iti he pounamu
(Although it is small, it is a treasure)
Diocesan School, New Zealand
Writers: Sarah Spicer and Stephen Butterworth
Directors: Sarah Spicer and Merrin Fagan

He aha te mea nui o te ao.
(What is the most important thing in the world?)

He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.
(It is the people, it is the people, it is the people).

The question of identity is one common to teenagers around the world. In this work we present cultural perspectives as a framework through which self-identity is formed.

Cost: £3.00 - £8.00

View the full festival programme: ytas.org.uk/nfyt



Further information

Use these contact details for more information about the event.

Name: The Gaiety Box Office
Tel: 01292 288235
Email: kerry.porter@ayrgaiety.co.uk
Website: https://thegaiety.co.uk/national-festival-of-youth-theatre-akoa-he-iti-he-pounamu/

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