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We are hiring!

We are looking for a Business Development Director to lead on stakeholder, financial and business planning management for our small and friendly performing arts charity.

Read the story Posted on 8 Nov 2019

A day in the life of a musician

As part of a series of blogs and interviews about young musicians that NYAT supports alongside partner ABRSM, we asked Megan, 22, a talented flute player and conductor, what a typical day is like as a student musician

Read the story Posted on 18 Oct 2019

Experienced accountant seeking charity trustee role?

The National Youth Arts Trust is looking for a new financial trustee to take on the role of Treasurer for the Trust.

Read the story Posted on 23 Sep 2019

Anything But This

Our youth theatre in East Hull perform new writing Anything But This at Hull Truck

Read the story Posted on 5 Apr 2019

NYAT has a new website

The National Youth Arts Trust is pleased to launch a new website which we hope you will enjoy using.

Read the story Posted on 27 Nov 2018

Bursary applications open

Bursary applications for music, drama and dance lessons or drama school recall audition and tuition fees will be open again in 2020.

Read the story Posted on 18 Oct 2018

New Instagram drama merges theatre and technology

Our Hull Youth Theatre has been working on a unique drama broadcast live on Instagram in episodes during April.

Read the story Posted on 16 Oct 2018

Ready, set, bid!

In 2017, Turner Prize winning artist and NYAT patron, Grayson Perry, was joined by a host of international artists at an art auction in London to raise vital funds for the work of the National Youth Arts Trust.

Read the story Posted on 27 Jun 2018

Fundraising with Shakespeare

Talented sixth-formers from West Sussex raised over £1,000 in aid of NYAT with a production of the Tempest

Read the story Posted on 26 Jun 2018

“We all share an affinity for the arts”

27 musical theatre students from Guildford ran the “Nuts Challenge” in aid of NYAT’s work

Read the story Posted on 25 Jun 2018

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