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Hello and welcome to Next Generation Youth Theatre


Join us, then lead us on a journey to create exciting, relevant and ambitious theatre and dance.
We care. We listen. We create. We are NGYT.

PLEASE NOTE: We are currently not delivering our face to face activities however we are very much alive online so follow us to find out more.
Alternatively you could complete a sign up form and we will give you all the info you need to virtually join us.

Up Our Street
ONLINE Timetable for 0-25 yr old groups & companies
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LATEST NEWS:

Throughout Lockdown NGYT, proudly supported by Arts Council England, have continued to provide creative outreach to schools across Luton and beyond. For further information about any of our online virtual projects please get in touch
From Superhero dance workshops to Well being Theatre Projects, we are sure we will have something to cater to the needs of your school and young people at this challenging time.


LATEST NEWS:

Want to take part in a lockdown challenge to spread some creative kindness? Then now is the time to become the #postpoet 
It couldn't be easier to get involved and lift the spirits within your communities.


LATEST NEWS:

NGYT smash their crowdfunder as the generous donations pour in online during the live streamed 'NGYT Lockdown' Showcase. Huge thanks to everyone who took part and donated. NGYT Family x
NEXT UP ONLINE-
Homeskool Beatbox Adventures with Shlomo will be shared on our FACEBOOK LIVE on Thursdays at 2pm. This is not to be missed and even better still Shlomo's event is raising money for our amazing NHS. Free to watch, optional to donate. Please contribute if you can.



DONATE

Right now survival in the arts industry for small businesses is incredibly challenging.
If you are able to consider supporting NGYT by making a donation, no matter what the size, you would be making a huge difference.
It will help us to plan ahead and ensure we can continue to make inclusive, accessible, exciting, ambitious and relevant youth led theatre and dance as well as providing vital support and opportunities to develop the next generation.

  • “Youth Theatre at its very best”

    Broadway Baby

  • “The creative and acting talent in Luton comes right out of the brilliant NGYT programme. It has created a diverse tour de force of young people, able to bring a new voice to Luton”

    Marcus Romer, Director

  • “I don’t think I’ve come across a group with a feeling of unity and positivity like NGYT. It’s testament to the work you and your team do”

    Sam – Artistic Director – Novus Theatre

  • “We’re proud to support your work”
    ACE South East

  • “It wouldn’t be an arts event without Luton’s premiere youth arts organisation”
    Luton Borough Council Arts & Culture

  • “What an honour it was to create and perform alongside NGYT a most brilliant youth theatre with talent and commitment in equal measure!”

    Nathan Curry – Tangled Feet

  • “Your passion for the arts and commitment to young people is truly inspiring! NGYT is a huge asset to Luton”

    Imrana Mahmood –
    Creative Producer Luton

  • “What you have done, not only for her but all of the young people that walk through your doors is just inspiring, as a parent deep down all you want for your child is for them to be happy and to follow their dreams, and with your professionalism, and knowledge you are able to really connect with, and transform them into the young people they should be whilst still instilling the discipline that they need to achieve within the industry.”

    Parent

  • “Love NGYT – Amazing energy and ensemble community!”

    Fourth Monkey

  • “You two, your company and your participants are a credit to your town and you deserve all the love.”

    Jamie Arden – Executive Producer Watford Palace Theatre

  • “It’s so good to know my daughter is part of a group where mental health and well being is taken so seriously.”
    NGYT Parent

  • “One of our towns greatest treasures, the @ngyt_uk family live and breathe creativity, arts and culture into the lives of so many”
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