ANIMAL FARM | On Demand
Schools booking now open for Animal Farm | On Demand. Including workshops, resources and a range of affordable packages.
Join Our Schools Network
The National Youth Theatre owes a great deal to the fantastic teachers around the country who, every year, inspire their students and encourage them to get involved with the National Youth Theatre.
To support learning in schools each year we stage curriculum plays and offer the most affordable school tickets in the West End. We also provide free CPD events, resource packs and workshops to support our performances and projects.To take advantage of these offers all you need to do is join our Schools Network below.
By joining our mailing list you will:
- Receive updates on our latest opportunities for young people
- Receive invites to our free CPD Events
- Receive group booking ticket offers
National Youth Theatre Digital Schools Auditions
(Annual Auditions January - March)
Many of our current members say they auditioned to join the NYT after a teacher inspired them to apply.
If you would like to express an interest in arranging an auditions day for your school, visit our schools auditions page for more information and please contact email@example.com to arrange a date or to make an enquiry. School Audition days take place from January - March 2022 and are open for booking this Autumn.
Educational resources, CPD Events and Productions
If you would be interested in arranging a group visit to one of our upcoming productions, please head over to our page on events, productions and resources here.
Since 2018 we have been working with Highshore School in Southwark to develop our creative inclusive practice through a programme of workshops, after-school clubs, and performance opportunities. Our partnership with Highshore School has also led to the creation of a relaxed audition process, through which numerous students have become NYT Members.
In 2019, we expanded our Inclusive Schools Programme and began working in Samuel Rhodes School in Islington – delivering a programme of drama sessions, after-school activity and creative work placements.
We also offer relaxed performances for a number of our productions where audience members will receive visual stories about accessibility of the venue, what the set and costumes look like and details of any key moments. In collaboration with Touretteshero, we also provide sonic maps prior to the show for anyone who may benefit from a deeper understanding of the aural journey of the production before their visit.
We’re always interested in hearing from teachers who may be interested in getting involved in our Inclusive Schools Programme. Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Read more about our Inclusive Practice here.