NT Connections 2015



11 April 10.30am - 8.30pm
12 April 10.30am - 8.30pm


£5 per performance
Saturday Day Pass: £15
Sunday Day Pass: £15

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£5 per performance
Saturday Day Pass (all performances): £15
Sunday Day Pass (all performances): £15
General Admission into the Main House
Post-show talk after each performance


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029 2064 6900

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This spring 260 youth theatre companies will present the premieres of new plays in venues from Inverness to Cornwall and Belfast to Norfolk. Ten companies will go on to perform at the National Theatre. Connections celebrates great new writing for the stage – and the energy, commitment and talent of young theatre-makers.

We are delighted to be presenting the Welsh and South West region and look forward to look welcoming the following groups (click to book tickets):

Saturday 11 April

Sherman Youth Theatre - Hood by Katherine Chandler

Llanelli Youth Theatre - The Edelweiss Pirates by Ayub Khan Din

Bradley Stoke Community School - Remote by Stef Smith

Bishop Gore School - Hood by Katherine Chandler

Saturday Day Pass (All performances)

Sunday 12 April

Riverfront Youth Theatre - The Accordion Shop by Cush Jumbo

Sundial Student Theatre Company - The Boy Preference by Elinor Cook

Roses Youth Theatre - Hacktivists by Ben Ockrent

Found in the Forest Youth Theatre - Hood by Katherine Chandler

Sunday Day Pass (All performances)

Show Times

Saturday 11 April - Sherman Youth Theatre 10.30am
Saturday 11 April - Llanelli Youth Theatre 1pm
Saturday 11 April - Bradley Stoke Community School 5pm
Saturday 11 April - Bishop Gore School 8.30pm
Sunday 12 April - Riverfront Youth Theatre 10.30am
Sunday 12 April - Sundial Student Theatre Company 1.15pm
Sunday 12 April - Roses Youth Theatre Company 5pm
Sunday 12 April- Found in the Forest Youth Theatre 8.30pm


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