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DYT only recruits new members once a year. Each year an Open Day is held for prospective members to meet our current members and leaders and find about about the organisation.

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Dublin Youth Theatre is committed to producing theatre to a high artistic standard, theatre that is relevant to the lives of young people today

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DYT provides 30 weekly workshops a year and produces two festivals, The First Year One Acts and The Members One Act Festival, and at least one major production

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DEBUT ONE ACT FESTIVAL 2020

The Debut One Act Festival (DOAF) marks the first time new members of DYT perform as part of the organisation after undertaking an 8 week rehearsal and devising process working with professional directors. The resulting performances usually take place in…

ASK THE PRO – Phillip McMahon (THISISPOPBABY)

Back in the DYT house for Ask The Pro on Wednesday, May  27 at 7.30pm, is Phillip (Philly) McMahon, with guest host, member Jessie Flynn 🎉⚡ALL WELCOME TO JOIN – not just members (and not just Dubs!) ⚡ Phillip is a…

Introducing… The Quaranscene Series

Inspired by the Abbey Theatre’s ‘Dear Ireland’ series, members of DYT are creating our very own digital series called ‘The Quaranscene Series‘ (Credit to Jessie F for the name 🙌). The Quaranscene Series will consist of a group of monologues/poems…

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DEBUT ONE ACT FESTIVAL 2020

The Debut One Act Festival (DOAF) marks the first time new members of DYT perform as part of the organisation…

ASK THE PRO – Phillip McMahon (THISISPOPBABY)

Back in the DYT house for Ask The Pro on Wednesday, May  27 at 7.30pm,…

Introducing… The Quaranscene Series

Inspired by the Abbey Theatre’s ‘Dear Ireland’ series, members of DYT are creating our very…

ASK THE PRO – Mark O’Brien

All the way from the Axis in Ballymun, our guest for Ask The Pro on…

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