This Week at NYT

  • #StartYourStory
  • 60 Reasons to Audition for NYT
  • Casting Auditions
  • Auditioning – 5 top tips
  • Shakespeare No Filter
  • Thunderclap
  • Alumni News


It's beginning to look a lot like... Auditions time! Hear their stories, then start yours. 2017 auditions now open. Hear their stories… then start yours.

NYT 2017 REP Company & Productions - Casting Auditions Now Open

We will be producing various shows across the UK in 2017 - there are a huge number of opportunities to get involved in. Check out examples of our 2016 season in our 2017 Casting Auditions Guide for a taster of what to expect.

The NYT REP Course will return in 2017! NYT REP offers a unique learning experience, unrivalled industry access and an unprecedented showcase to a group of young NYT actors, providing a vital FREE alternative to other forms of expensive ‘formal training’. Our REP 2017 Information Pack will provide you with all the facts you'll need before your audition. 

There's still time to book your Casting Audition if you'd like to audition for a role in a 2017 production or the NYT REP Company. We’ve just added some more weekend dates and a casting in Manchester so get booking. You never know where you might end up... 

Email with any Casting Audition questions


60 Reasons to Audition for NYT

Applications for Acting Auditions and Backstage Interviews are open online! Check out our Instagram to see our ‘60 Reasons to Audition for National Youth Theatre’ videos! Send us your own videos on Instagram!

So far our Matt Smith, Paul Roseby and our NYT REP Company have been sharing their thoughts – check them out here. 



Auditioning - Top 5 Tips

Auditioning can be a daunting experience. With the pressure to battle your nerves, remember your lines and shake that ‘this is my only chance’ feeling, it’s no wonder that even experienced actors still get the jitters. 

Head here to read our full 'Auditioning - Top 5 Tips' advice.


With 2017 auditions around the corner, and a season of new shows to be announced soon – 2017 is already looking like a super exciting year for the National Youth Theatre! We’re asking friends of the organisation to share our new year’s resolution and join our Thunderclap! Sign up here! 

Alumni News

Crystal Condie to appear in Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime. More info here.  

Douglas Booth to make his stage debut in Speech and Debate directed by Tom Attenborough at the Trafalgar Studios. More info here.

Congratulations to Joel Dommett who came second in this year’s I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. More info here.

We’re loving the production pics of David Oyelowo and Daniel Craig in Othello. More info here.

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