Collaborate & Work with us
NGYT not only recognise the importance and impact of the arts on young people but also lead and collaborate on creative projects for the benefit and pleasure of the wider community.
Keep checking back for updates about our future projects and collaborations.
If you would like to speak to us about working together we'd love to hear from you. You can reach us via all social media (links at the bottom of every page) or alternatively drop firstname.lastname@example.org an email
We were delighted and honored to be back working with Signposts in December to produce a spoken word theatre piece that once again highlights the common mis conceptions about homelessness and tells the often unheard stories of pride and achievement.
It was so good to be back creatively alongside our good friends at Tangled Feet as part of the Hat Factory re-opening.
To be part of factory reset was an absolute privilege and to see our community come together, truly humbling.
Photo Credits for Factory Reset pictures in the rolling banner at the top of our page go to Aleksandra Warchol & Shaun Armstrong
with thanks to the Culture Trust Luton
In August we were delighted to collaborate and partner with local charity Level Trust as part of their Smash summer activity programme.
As part of this we delivered workshops and a performance from NGYT associate company 'Wild Turtle Theatre Co.' to local young people.
We were delighted and honored to be commissioned by Signposts to produce a theatre piece entitled 'My Home, My Kingdom, My Castle' to mark World Homelessness Day in October. This was a hugely exciting and important project for us as we aimed to break down the common mis-representation and stereotypical impression of the homeless community. It is so important that all individuals are recognised for their assets, qualities and strengths and not their circumstances.
It was an absolute privilege to be invited to perform this piece again at the ceremony to mark their Queen's Award for Voluntary Service in July 2019.
It was an absolute honour to be commissioned to create a piece for the People Power Passion Outdoor Spectacular.
Working in collaboration with a group of young people of colour from within NGYT we created a dance to mark the Black Lives Matter movement.
We were commissioned to produce a short piece of theatre that raises awareness about the issue of 'County Lines'.
Our play, 'Easily You', written and directed by David Lloyd was performed on 22nd September at The Luton Young Person's Event, hosted by The NHS Luton Healthwatch Team.
We collaborated with award winning theatre company, Tangled Feet on Mirror Sky. This was performed as part of Imagine Luton on Sunday 25th June 2017.
‘Rediscovered’ in partnership with Luton Culture, Wigmore Primary School, Pirton Hill Primary School and Bramingham Primary School. Wardown Park House, Museum and Gallery re-opened in 2017 and we were commissioned to create an immersive piece of theatre for the launch.
The Workplace Challenge in partnership with Active Luton.