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Dublin Theatre Festival presents
Talks and Readings
Dates: 09 Oct - 09 Oct
Show Time: 1pm
The Young Critics’ Panel returns for a thirteenth year.
One of NAYD’s most popular programmes, it is open to youth theatre members who are interested in watching theatre and discovering how and why theatre is made.
After a nationwide selection process, the Young Critics learn how to critically discuss, analyse and review theatre.
Supported over a six month period, the 16 participants see quality productions while developing the critical skills.
They will see a number of national and international productions and you are invited to hear them discuss their findings in a public forum, chaired by Dr Karen Fricker.
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Young Critics’ Panel is part of Festival+, a series of panel discussions, critical events and work-in-progress showcases at Dublin Theatre Festival.
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