Theatre

DYT@40

Dates: 01 Jan - 01 Jan

A retrospective look back at the work of Dublin Youth Theatre since its foundation to look at the legacy of DYT. It will be a fun evening, with some famous faces, a trip down memory lane with archive footage, performances by members young and not so young and chance to re-discover some of the innovative, exciting, relevant work for and by young people DYT has produced in the last 40 years.

Duration: 2:30:00

Suitable 14+

Funders
An Comhairle Ealion/The Arts Council, Dublin City Council Arts Office, City of Dublin Youth Services Board

Directed By:
Paddy O’Dwyer
Peter Sheridan
Madeline Boughton
Tom Creed
Deirdre Molloy
Ursula McGinn
John White
Veronica Coburn

 

Dublin Youth Theatre
Dublin Youth Theatre successfully delivers quality creative experiences that promote artistic, personal and social development for young people aged 14 to 22 in Dublin through a full and varied drama workshop programme and the production of excellent, exciting and challenging theatre made by young people. DYT is committed to maintaining a high artistic standard in its productions and to engaging with contemporary theatre and youth theatre on a local, national and international level. DYT engages leading theatre artists and skilled, experienced youth theatre practitioners to deliver its artistic programme.

DYT places itself at the centre of cultural life in Dublin and is a permanent home for an ongoing ensemble of young theatre artists. DYT is a safe, welcoming place where members can meet other young people from all parts of Dublin in a fun, artistic and social environment. DYT is open to all young people regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socio-economic status, national origin, sexual orientation, ability or faith.

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