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YMT's Summer Season 2017 is over!

Please see the highlights here.

Summer Season 2017 was extremely successful, bringing some of the biggest titles in British Theatre, Music and Literature to top theatre stages across the UK and Ireland. We were truly overwhelmed by the quality of the work produced. Gulliver’s Travels with music by platinum-selling singer-songwriter Duke Special, directed by Harry Potter associate director Des Kennedy; Dance Connection's Reflections in Swan Lake – a unique dance piece at Sadler’s Wells, London, from choreographer Rachel Birch-Lawson; The world premiere of the original 1960s rock opera A Teenage Opera, directed by Avenue Q star Julie Atherton with original music by Mark Wirtz; A darkly imaginative Jabberwocky, inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice through the Looking Glass; Tess of the d’Urbervilles a new musical adaptation of Thomas Hardy's dramatic tale, written and directed by Gerry Flanagan and much, much more.

Now YMT is busily planning the programme of new musical theatre for 2018. We invite young people with determination, energy, generosity and a willingness to give it their everything to come to our Auditions 2018 and take part in one of our future productions. We also provide training for musicians, stage managers and technicians as well as performers. Follow in the footsteps of Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Charlotte Ritchie and many others now treading the boards on theatres in the West End and around the country.

 

Let it Snow! 2017

16 Dec 2017, London: Regent Hall, Oxford Street

Our annual festive concert Let It Snow! returns Tickets purchased online are collected from the box office before the performance from 6.30pm, doors open at 7.00pm. FULL PRICE: £18.00CONCESSION (Senior Citizen/Under 16s): £10.00FAMILY TICKET: £45.00 (2 Full Price, 2 Concession) Please note that,...

A Winter's Tale - Youth Music Theatre UK - Summer Season 2018

A Winter's Tale 2018

30 Aug 2018 to 01 Sep 2018

Based on Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale, this musical re-imagining of the play, first produced by Youth Music Theatre UK in 2009, plots the tale of a despotic ruler’s jealousy spiralling dangerously out of control, of its consequences and betrayals but also, ultimately, of love, loyalty and...