News Archive

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  • M6 Theatre Company Film Links Schools Across the Country 

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  • Creating a Hullabaloo with the launch of free baby play packs 

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  • Theatr Iolo announces its first post-lockdown show created for babies

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  • Belfast Theatre Company tour new socially distanced play to the homes of young

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  • Oily Cart presents Doorstep Jamboree

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  • Around the World in 89 Days Online Stream 

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  • Artists’ Lockdown Commission for Harrow Arts Centre

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  • Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme

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  • Z-Arts present a series of masterclass webinar’s with Tayo Akinbode: Musician and MD

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  • TYA England coffee meeting 28th April at 2.30

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  • Application to Join TYA/PYA England Steering Group for Assitej UK

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  • Lockdown from Wales By Lee Lyford

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  • Love in the Time of Corona.

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  • TRIBE, inclusive theatre for autistic and/or neurodivergent audiences

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  • Former Assitej UK Chair, Nina Hajiyianni awarded honorary membership

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  • Postponement of the 20th ASSITEJ World Congress & Performing Arts Festival / MIRAI 2020

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  • National Drama: The Primary Initiative

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  • PACE Theatre Company

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  • Düsseldorf’s calling: THEATER DER WELT

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  • Second Hand Dance awarded Elevate funding from Arts Council England.

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  • Panoptikum Festival, Nuremberg: reflections by Paul Harman

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  • Children and Young People, let’s make a 10 year strategy

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  • Creative Talent Scratch Night

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  • Raise The Curtain

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  • Through Children’s Eyes; School Children as theatre audiences.

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  • The Drama Theatre and Young People 2019 Manifesto

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  • Flying the flag for Wales and Wallace

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  • Linking Schools across Rochdale at M6 Theatre

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  • Next Generation Reflection
    by Rachel Betts

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  • Watching Wonderful Work, by Vicky Ireland, Secretary IIAN

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  • Tackling diversity in children’s arts: what we’ve learned in a year by Tara Lopez

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  • Second Hand Dance: Talk about Touch and more inclusive practices within dance.

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  • Theatre Hullabaloo
    celebrate World Day
    of Theatre for Children

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  • Something Faul in Germany
    by Paul Harman

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  • Warm in Tallinn:
    NAKS has the Knack!
    By Paul Harman

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  • Vital Spark
    by Tara Lopez

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  • Three days
    at Obrzycko
    Karin Serres

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  • Dramaturgy under the stars
    Karin Serres

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  • Theatr na nÓg’s award-winning musical set for Asian premiere

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  • International Youth Arts Festival Kingston Announces New Director

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  • Vital Spark
    report by
    Tara Lopez

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  • Take Art
    Hopping Higher

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  • Baboró 2018
    report by
    paul harman

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  • Estonian TYA
    report by
    paul harman

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  • PYA Russia
    Report by
    Vicky Ireland

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  • Berlin International Exchange

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  • Quality of Difference – Manifesto

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  • Artist Report – Assitej Cradle of Creativity

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  • ASSITEJ INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL CAPE TOWN

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  • Quality of Difference Report

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  • Very young audience is cherished by theatre makers in Europe!

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  • Scottish Exchange

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  • River Cities

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  • International Research in Theatre for Young Audiences

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  • DRAMA, THEATRE AND YOUNG PEOPLE – A MANIFESTO

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  • Cape Town Report

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  • Trip to Assitej Cape Town Review by David Gilbert

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  • 18th ASSITEJ World Congress

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  • Disability/Inclusivity Team report

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  • International Theatre Directors Symposium Report

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  • World DAY of Theatre for Children and Young People:

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  • Inclusive Theatre for Young Audiences

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  • Subotica Festival, Serbia

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  • 1st International Meeting of ASSITEJ, Kijimuna Festival, Okinawa, Japan

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  • Executive Committee meeting of ASSITEJ, Baku, Azerbaijan

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  • Whose Theatre Is It Anyway?

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  • Executive Committee meeting of ASSITEJ, Makiivka, Ukraine

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  • NIE Newsletter – October-December

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  • Kilkenny Gathering

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  • Culture in Mexico

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  • Bristol Feast

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  • Assitej Congress 2011 – A Bridge Too Far?

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  • International Directors’ Seminar for Children and Young People’s Theatre

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  • With Children for Children

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  • THE YOUNG AUDIENCE

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  • AFRICA COOL

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  • Belfast Children’s Festival 2010

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  • Little Ladies and Little Gentlemen: Ankara Festival

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  • Autumn in Bursa

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  • Next Generation Eye!

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  • Next Generation at Schäxpir Festival

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  • Kids’ Theatre On The Fringe

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  • On The Edge of Europe: An Autumn Journey

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