hello June!

Hi Parents/Carers/Company Members,

We are pleased to have welcomed lots of new faces to our NGYT Family this term, and we are looking forward to seeing more of you next week.

To get more NGYT updates to your phone, head to the bottom of the page to join us on our socials!

There's lots of exciting things happening this June...

Want to find out what's happening this month at NGYT?
Well, you've come to the right place...

Can you believe it's June?!

We can't believe its nearly the second half of the summer term!
We hope you have all had a fab Bank Holiday weekend and we cannot wait to hear what you have been up to over half term!
We hope our #NGYTFamily are enjoying seeing friends and family back at school/college/uni and outdoors safely following the Government Guidelines.
We are pleased to announce that all NGYT members aged 3-25 can return to all Covid-secure NGYT sessions in person as of Monday 17th May!
Woo Hoo!
We know it's been such a strange, uncertain time and the adjustment of going back to school, college and work and socialising may be making you feel uneasy.
We hear you, we understand wholeheartedly and are here for you. We look forward to seeing you every week & being creative together.
If you've ever wanted to try any other NGYT Groups now is the time! Fancy some Dance, Drama, Writing or Musical Theatre? Tell your friends too!
Drop us an email at lauren@ngyt.co.uk if you'd like to have a trial session for anything new.


We are currently collaborating with our friends at Tangled Feet Theatre Company in their The Teen Anxiety Project

The Teen Anxiety Project is a new piece of work by Tangled Feet in the R&D period with Director Munotida Chinyanga.

Online and covid-secure in person sessions with young people include discussions, exercises tasks exploring a range of topics around the theme of anxiety and wellbeing. 

More updates coming soon...


The talk

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We are currently in the creative process of The Talk in collaboration with Director Shanté Campbell, Actor Nadia Johnson and NGYT theatre company members Louise and Chelsea.

This digital performance and resource is being created to raise awareness of the conversations happening around systemic racism, unconscious bias and the injustice families are having with their young Black children.

The Talk is aimed at secondary school staff and families and you can find our more at our Education Page at the button above.

Young minds matter

Last month was Mental Health Awareness Month.

Young Minds Matter
We have been working with Therapist Kemi Omijeh to ensure we are supporting you all with your wellbeing as much as we can.

In June and July we have scheduled some FREE online group workshops with Kemi. 
You can BOOK NOW for the Group Wellbeing Workshops with Kemi & future 'Young Black Minds Matter' sessions HERE: https://ngyt.eventbrite.co.uk
get in touch
If you need urgent help, text YM to 85258.
All texts are answered by trained volunteers, with support from experienced clinical supervisors.
Texts are free from EE, O2, Vodafone, 3, Virgin Mobile, BT Mobile, GiffGaff, Tesco Mobile and Telecom Plus.
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our associates

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Who else misses the Theatre?

We are pleased to announce that our Associates Chalk Line Theatre are bringing their award winning 5* show The Nobodies on tour. 

Guess what, #NGYTFamily?! they are coming to a theatre near you in Luton on Thursday 10th and Friday 11th June!

Chalk Line Co-Directors Vikesh Godhwani and (NGYT Alumni and Lutonian) Sam Edmunds can't wait for you to see the show and we can't wait for you to head to The Hat Factory to support. 

You can get your tickets: HERE

To find out more about Chalk Line and our Associate Artists hit the button below:

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Alumni news

NGYT Alumni Georgina Onuorah has been announced to play Alternate Cinderella in The West End's brand-new musical Cinderella by Andrew Lloyd Webber, 2021 Oscar winner Emerald Fennell and David Zippel.

Georgina joins cast members Ivano Turco, Victoria Hamilton-Barritt and Gloria Onitiri in the anticipated musical which is set to open at The West End's Gillian Lynne Theatre, London this summer. 

Georgina took to Instagram to share the exciting news "I feel so blessed to get to start on an original show and I am so grateful to the creatives, casting team, my agent and my amazing family and friends for believing in me!! AHHHH let's go!"

Further details coming soon...



NGYT is the best place for individuals to be able to express themselves freely. They really do encourage you to be the best you can be."


NGYT Alumni 2017-2019 Studying English Literature, Royal Holloway University

Thanks for reading

We hope those celebrating have had a peaceful Eid. We hope you are having a great week and enjoy the rest of your NGYT term together.
Remember we are always here if you need us.
Take care, stay kind, stay safe!
David, Laura and The NGYT Team x