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National Theatre Connections



5 & 6 April


£5 per performance

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Each year the National Theatre invites ten writers to create new plays for young people to perform. This spring 220 youth theatre companies will present the premieres of these plays in venues from Scotland to Cornwall and Northern Ireland to Norfolk.

Performing during the Welsh festival will be the Sherman Cymru Youth Theatre, Everyman Youth Theatre, St Joseph's RC High School, Mess Up The Mess Theatre Company, Bridgend College, Llanelli Youth Theatre and Cross Keys College Drama Group and the plays they have chosen include Heritage by Dafydd James, Pronoun by Evan Placey, Hearts by Luke Norris and Same by Deborah Bruce.

Come along and witness the very best in youth theatre.

Sherman Cymru Youth Theatre - Book Online

Everyman Youth Theatre - Book Online

St Joseph's RC High School - Book Online

Mess Up The Mess Theatre Company - Book Online

Bridgend College - Book Online

Llanelli Youth Theatre - Book Online

Cross Keys College Drama Group - Book Online

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National Theatre Connections: Theatre 1 & 2
Saturday 5 April 11.00am: Hearts (Everyman Youth Theatre) 12.30pm: Heritage (Sherman Cymru Youth Theatre)
2.30pm: Same (St Joseph’s RC High School) 4.00pm: Heritage (Mess Up The Mess Theatre Company)
Sunday 6 April 11.30am: Heritage (Bridgend College)
1.30pm: Heritage (Llanelli Youth Theatre) 3.00pm: Pronoun (Cross Keys College Drama Group


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