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Luton playwright up for three Baftas - Luton Today
30 Mar 2016 ... ... the play from the original new Harry Potter story, Harry Potter and the Cursed
Child which will be officially opening in London in July. Hearing of the nomination
NGYT theatre, based in Luton, tweeted: 'Not in the slightest bit surprised to
announce our patron Jack Thorne has been nominated for 3 Baftas.'.
Giving young people a voice through arts - Luton Today 15 Apr 2012 ... A NEW youth theatre group is making waves in Luton, with 50 students signed up
in just six weeks and well-known actor Colin Salmon and writer Jack Thorne now
on board too. Next Generation Youth Theatre (NGYT), set up by Laura Hobson
and David Lloyd, meets every Thursday evening in a small ...
An exciting collaboration between theatre groups - Luton Today 20 Jul 2014 ... Social media will be the focus of a new collaboration between Next Generation
Youth Theatre and Luton theatre company How it Ended – thanks to a grant from
the Arts Council and a little help from The Hat Factory. NGYT's Laura Hobson
said Teresa Burns and Eva Sampson of How it Ended shared her ...
David's passionate about all aspects of youth theatre - Luton Today 28 Dec 2014 ... Next Generation Youth Theatre co-founder David Lloyd is passionate about
getting youngsters involved in all aspects of the creative process. That's why he's
so excited about Threads, which NGYT is producing thanks to a little Arts Council
funding for collaboration with How it Ended.
The young people who are creating original works for the theatre ... 1 Jul 2014 ... NGYT have a busy time ahead. They're taking part in Luton Mela, Relay for Life,
Luton Fun Palaces and the Dunstable Salvation Army Christmas concert at the
Grove, as well as creating an original production for The Hat Factory's October
Festival. They're also trying to raise £1,000 to help run 12 weeks of ...
Picking up the right Threads - Luton Today
20 Mar 2015 ... She's full of praise for NGYT and the opportunities it offers Luton's aspiring
theatrical set. She said: “It not only provides a vital platform where young people
can express themselves but goes one step further and nurtures that talent.”
Threads is a brave new piece of theatre about growing up in a modern ...
Next Generation Youth Theatre marks 5 years in Luton - Luton Today 20 Apr 2017 ... David said many ex-players from NGYT had grown vastly in confidence through
performing, with many pursuing university degrees and other careers with
improved communication skills. The Butterfly Catcher plays at the Hat Factory on
Saturday, April 22 and In Doing Nothing I Found Me on Saturday, April ...
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