Whether you have engaged with the National Youth Theatre before or are brand new to the organisation, we are looking for young people to join NYTs Drama Club every Saturday.
During the term, you'll learn skills and techniques in areas such as:
- Devising theatre
- Text analysis
- Character development
On the final day everyone will take part in a relaxed sharing for friends and family so they can see what you have learned that week.
January - 14th, 21st, 28th
February - 4th, 11th
February - 25th
March - 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th
Time: 10am - 1pm
Venue: 443-445 Holloway Road, London, N7 6LW
Can I take part?
This course is available for anyone aged 11- 14, whether they are active members of NYT or new to the organisation
Am I eligible for a free place?
At The National Youth Theatre we never want cost to be a barrier, that's why we offer limited free spaces on each course. For a free place, please fill out the short application form here
I have access needs, can I still take part?
Our courses are adaptable for participants with disability and neurodivergence where required. All participants are asked to provide Access Requirements before attending to make sure their needs are met. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I bring?
Please wear comfortable clothing, bring a snack and water bottle (NYT is walking distance to many corner shops, cafes & local supermarkets to buy food from), and a notepad and pen
Booking is now open!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Auditions & Courses team on email@example.com
Jez just recently completed 9-month of training with the National Youth Theatre's Rep Company in 2023. He performed in Much Ado (as Claudio), Gone Too Far (as a Police Officer), and Bakkhai (Guard).
Post-NYT Rep, Jez joined Collingwood Learning, touring Essex with their road safety play 'Dead End.' Currently, he is on tour with Box Clever Theatre company, portraying the role of Macbeth.
Prior to his NYT journey, Jez pursued a BA in Acting for Stage and Media at Kingston College. His passion for storytelling led him to establish Eye Opening Productions, his own theatre company. Through this venture, Jez directed and toured original shows like 'The Olympians' and 'Love to Bits' across prestigious venues such as Barons Court Theatre, Kings Head, and Tara Arts.