Youth Theatre Ireland Youth Board

Date: Friday 28/1/22

The Youth Board wants you! Are you: Age 16+ A member of a Youth Theatre Ireland Affiliated Youth Theatre? Passionate about youth theatre? Interested in making decisions that will impact your Youth Theatre and others? Interested in development, active participation and citizenship? Ready and willing to share opinions on how to make youth theatre better for Read More »

Work Experience Opportunity!

Date: Friday 28/1/22

Opportunity for work experience with the costume designer for Man Down by Róisín Whelan Dance. Engagement from Monday 31 Jan – Sat 12 Feb (at hours and availability that work for you)  If you’re interested in this opportunity and for more information please contact the producer, Michelle Cahill 087 9650505 / e.

Scene + Heard Festival 2022

Date: Thursday 27/1/22

Scene + Heard festival is back and live for 2022! Taking place from the 9th to the 26th of February, Scene + Heard is made up of entirely NEW work across all live performance genres: MUSIC – DANCE – THEATRE – COMEDY + SPOKEN WORD It provides a chance for artists to test an excerpt Read More »

Panel Discussion Saturday: Sign up deadline

Date: Wednesday 26/1/22

Hi Members,   We are requesting that anyone interested in attending the panel discussions organised for this Saturday please sign up on or before tomorrow, Thursday @ 1PM.   A reminder that this event has been organised for anyone who is interested in learning  a little more about studying drama or theatre related courses at Read More »

RTE Casting Calls

Date: Wednesday 19/1/22

Hear Me Out RTÉ  are currently on the lookout for contributors to be involved in a new pilot in the making called ‘Hear Me Out‘ at the beginning of February. We are looking for some outgoing people who are up for a laugh and have our well-known comedians judge who is the gobshite, or who Read More »

UCC Department of Theatre: Online Open Evening

Date: Friday 14/1/22

From the dept. of theatre at UCC and I’m sure of interest for anyone that is thinking of studying Theatre in University: We are hosting an online Open Evening next Thurs 20th January at 7pm. Details and sign-up information are available at or in the attached flyer OpenEveningTheatreUCC.pdf   If they want to connect on SM we Read More »

Workshop announcements

Date: Wednesday 12/1/22

Members! There are still some places left for the afternoon workshop this Saturday with our new artistic Director–please make sure to sign up sooner rather than later. Workshop with new Artistic Director 2 (Afternoon) : Dublin Youth Theatre Workshop on the 29th of January: For anyone considering studying Drama in university, then you won’t want Read More »

Discount Tickets

Date: Wednesday 12/1/22

FREE tickets for interested DYTers to attend Irish National Opera’s upcoming concert performance of Vivaldi’s Bajazet at Aula Maxima, Maynooth University at 5pm on 27 January 2022. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience the finest of Italian baroque opera.    This concert is conducted by early music specialist Peter Whelan and features the acclaimed Irish Baroque Orchestra. The stellar selection of singers include bass-baritone Gianluca Margheri, mezzo-soprano Niamh O’Sullivan, sopranos Claire Booth and Aoife Miskelly and countertenors James Laing and Eric Jurenas.  There are Read More »

Youth Arts Live- Call to Participate!

Date: Tuesday 11/1/22

The National Youth Council of Ireland are looking for 10 young people between the ages of 18-25 to to join their ‘Youth Arts Live Project’ and let their voice be heard…. Youth Arts Live participants will take part in 5 online workshops in January/February 2022 to explore their stories, opinions and ideas. They will work Read More »

Workshop with new Artistic Director!

Date: Thursday 6/1/22

Welcome back members and happy Nollaig na mBan!   This is just to say that there are still some places left for the workshop this Saturday which will be facilitated by our new (to be revealed!) artistic director. As of today, some morning spaces have become available and there are still some spots in the Read More »