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Theatre for Young Audiences 50 years development of new approaches to drama and theatre
Brian Way 1923 -2006 Theatre Centre, London 1953 Shows toured to school halls performed in the round Theatre at the Centre...
Travelling Light Theatre 225 independent companies 40 receive regular funding Shows appropriate to age and experience Chil...
Patrick Lynch 200 individual entrepreneurs respond to market needs Artists at the Centre Sustainable small companies Vulne...
Tees Valley Dance ↑ ↓ Flying Gorillas 6 Companies Dance less popular than theatre Dance receives more Government support C...
1000 Youth Theatres  Professional TYA Companies and voluntary bodies lead young people in creating shows  Creativity at th...
<ul><li>Current Agendas </li></ul><ul><li>Inclusion </li></ul><ul><li>Access </li></ul><ul><li>Excellence </li></ul><ul><l...
Unicorn Theatre –  Red Fortress
Unicorn Theatre –  Cat Who Ran
Dragon Breath Theatre
Tutti Frutti –  If Only the Lonely by Finegan Kruckemayer
Plutot la Vie - Scotland Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England Different models of arts development and education ...
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  1. 1. Theatre for Young Audiences 50 years development of new approaches to drama and theatre
  2. 2. Brian Way 1923 -2006 Theatre Centre, London 1953 Shows toured to school halls performed in the round Theatre at the Centre Opportunities for artists from minority communities Development Through Drama Teachers are key mediators
  3. 3. Travelling Light Theatre 225 independent companies 40 receive regular funding Shows appropriate to age and experience Child at the Centre Inclusion, access and excellence Our agendas ahead of Governments
  4. 4. Patrick Lynch 200 individual entrepreneurs respond to market needs Artists at the Centre Sustainable small companies Vulnerable to market pressure No Government regulation
  5. 5. Tees Valley Dance ↑ ↓ Flying Gorillas 6 Companies Dance less popular than theatre Dance receives more Government support Craft at the Centre Health agenda High art profile protects
  6. 6. 1000 Youth Theatres Professional TYA Companies and voluntary bodies lead young people in creating shows Creativity at the Centre Government prefers targeted schemes
  7. 7. <ul><li>Current Agendas </li></ul><ul><li>Inclusion </li></ul><ul><li>Access </li></ul><ul><li>Excellence </li></ul><ul><li>Participation </li></ul><ul><li>Internationalism </li></ul>
  8. 8. Unicorn Theatre – Red Fortress
  9. 9. Unicorn Theatre – Cat Who Ran
  10. 10. Dragon Breath Theatre
  11. 11. Tutti Frutti – If Only the Lonely by Finegan Kruckemayer
  12. 12. Plutot la Vie - Scotland Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England Different models of arts development and education UK is multicultural International networks Diversity is celebrated Cultural agendas change
  13. 13. Theatre for Young Audiences 50 years development of new approaches to drama and theatre
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