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Be a Part of YMT's First Instagram Giveaway!

02/10/18

For the launch of YMT's National Auditions 2019, we're giving away a FREE pair of auditions for you and a friend in an Instagram Giveaway! Come and try out YMT’s immersive Audition Workshop – and reach for the stars!

In Jan & Feb, we are visiting 23 cities across the UK and Ireland in search of talented 11-21 year olds to take part in our spectacular season of productions in summer 2019. YMT Auditions are group workshops led by a professional Theatre Director, Musical Director, and Choreographer, who are searching for the stars of tomorrow.

To entre, head on over to out Instagram @ymtuk (https://bit.ly/2zNj9yt) and follow the steps below.

1. Follow our page @ymtuk and like the giveaway post 
2. Comment and Tag your musical theatre bestie in the coments
***For an extra entry: Repost on your Instagram page, captioning #YMTAuditionGiveaway.
3. Check out the Terms & Conditions here. 

- Entries must be received by Monday 15th October at 11:59 PM.
- There is one prize to be won – a pair of audition slots in the same audition workshop, for you and a friend, in one of the 23 audition cities which YMT is touring to in Jan & Feb 2019. Winning this competition does not cover any fees associated with taking part in a 2019 YMT summer show, should you or your friend be successful at getting a place in the company after the free audition workshop. The prize is non-refundable, non-transferable and non-exchangeable and there is no cash alternative offered.
-The winning pair will be selected at random, messaged and announced within a week of the closing date.
-This giveaway is not affiliated or sponsored by Instagram in any way.

Summer Season Launch 2014!

01/05/14

In its 10th year Youth Music Theatre UK has prepared an explosive summer season of groundbreaking international work in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Strap in as we give you the breakdown of the shows, merchandise and competitions you can expect to see appearing over the next few weeks!


Instagram Launch

Follow our new Instagram channel to get sneak peek into the rehearsals of our upcoming shows, a unique insight into the creative workings of YMT and the inevitable office selfies.

Follow us here! http://instagram.com/ymtuk


Competitions

Over the next few weeks we’ll be running regular competitions where YMT members will have the chance to win exclusive merchandise, goodie bags and theatre tickets.

We will also be launching our ‘7 Second Musical’ challenge! Where we’ll be seeking out the smartest, funniest or maddest way to tell the story of a popular musical in 7 seconds. More information to follow soon!


YMT Apparel

We’ve got a brand new range of YMT hoodies, T-shirts, badges and much more for you to get your hands on! 


Summer Season 2014

Macbeth

23 Jul 2014 to 26 Jul 2014, Belfast: Lyric Theatre

This July the thumping sound of Drum ‘n’ Bass cascades down the corridors of Dunsinane. An ominous beat reverberates through the dank fog of YMT's dystopian reimagining of Shakespeare's perennial horror story Macbeth.

Utilising Garth McConaghie’s fierce electric score alongside Stuart Harvey accomplished direction, the young cast bring a new twisted take on the things that could conceivably go bump in the night.


Harvest Fire

31 Jul 2014 to 01 Aug 2014, Aberdeen: The Lemon Tree

Harvest Fire ignites an explosive fusion between the spectacular energy of America's Burning Man Festival and Scotland's own harvest celebrations. Within this vibrant collision of traditions the boundaries between death and re-birth are tested with visual relish.

Harvest Fire is a crackling new work created by director Lewis Barfoot as part of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.


The Dance Connection

15 Aug 2014 to 16 Aug 2014, Plymouth: Barbican Theatre

The Dance Connection is a vibrant devised performance, combining breathtaking choreography, mesmerising movement and immersive vocal soundscapes. The score steps light-footedly between captivating classics to pace-pumping pop, with the invigorating infusions of Gaelic song and jazz.

All these elements are intertwined to create an intricate and spectacular tapestry of movement and sound not to be missed.


Triptych (2014)

15 Aug 2014 to 16 Aug 2014, Belfast: The MAC

The first of YMT's new Triptych Programme, commissioning new work from young female composers, Triptych (2014) gives young performers from YMT auditions the chance to work with some of the most exciting and innovative emerging composers in the UK and from abroad.

The programme brings together three emergent female composers from around the world. The template for this groundbreaking new work comes from the poems of one Northern Island's foremost female writers, Sinéad Morrissey.


Miss Interpreted

16 Aug 2014 to 17 Aug 2014, Halifax: Square Chapel

This is a chance for young women to experiment with cutting-edge musical theatre, devise new work and explore what it means to reach womanhood in the 21st century.


Ali & Nino

23 Aug 2014 to 24 Aug 2014, Berkshire: South Hill Park Arts Centre

Launching a major international collaboration, YMT will be developing the stage version of the international bestselling book Ali & Nino. The story remains a testament to the strength of love in a war-torn world.

The performance will be a multilingual maelstrom of Georgian polyphonic singing and Persian mugham. Performed by a talented international cast; this promises to be one of YMT’s most ambitious projects to date.


Terry Pratchett's Soul Music

28 Aug 2014 to 31 Aug 2014, Kingston: Rose Theatre

A new, dangerously addictive music has entered Discworld! Performer Imp Y Celyn (literally translated as ‘bud of the holly’) finds himself the unwitting poster boy for this intoxicating trend. We follow Imp and his eclectic ensemble through their glamorous yet short lived musical career, as they attempt to harness the new ‘Music With Rocks In’.

Directed by Luke Sheppard, (Associate Director RSC's Matilda), adapted by stand-up comedian Andrew Doyle with original music from WhatsOnStage Award-nominee Craig Adams (LIFT, Thérèse Raquin), and choreographed by Off West End Award-winner Cressida Carré (Titanic).


Not the End of the World

29 Aug 2014 to 30 Aug 2014, Plymouth: Barbican Theatre

In Geraldine McCaughrean’s award-winning tale a frighteningly zealous and single-minded Noah, battles against the apocalyptic elements. Family conflicts, stowaways and rogue reptiles combine to craft a captivating storm-forged story bound to leave you gasping for air.

We hope to see you all there!