Burnley Youth Theatre

Burnley Youth Theatre
Queens Park Road, Burnley, Lancashire, BB10 3LB
  • Telephone 01282 427 767
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  • Website www.burnleyyouththeatre.org
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Edinburgh By Byteback Theatre

Join us for an exciting evening of new theatre, as The BYT Rep Company premiere their explosive new piece, Kill The Boy. We will be asking audience for feedback on how the piece can be developed before it heads to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2018. We also welcome back the Ashton Group with their new play How…

Fri 27 Jul

£4–£10 / 01282 427 767

Family Day By Creative Famileis

Creative Families Day is back! Join us this summer for another fun packed day for all the family. There will be all the usual Creative Families activities to keep you and the family entertained, including arts and crafts and lots of drama games and activities. Dont forget to bring your picnic for the famous Creative…

Wed 1 Aug

Free / 01282 427 767

Good Night Mister Tom A Burnley Youth Theatre Production

A heart-warming story of William and Mister Tom, two broken souls who manage to find a friendship when all hope seems lost. War, family and darkness are at this storys core, proving that love and friendship knows no barriers and light will prevail over dark.Advance ticket prices are available up to 1 hour before the show…

Fri 13 Jul

£4–£10 / 01282 427 767

Sat 14 Jul

£4–£10 / 01282 427 767

Switch By After The Rain, Pieces Of Me And Indra

Switch will showcase three new pieces of theatre made by young people which tackle social issues, raise awareness and aim to make a change to society. Worlds Apart explores LGBTQ+ issues, Avalanche deals with Mental Health and Bloodhounds challenges how we protest and discovers the political activism of 100 years…

Fri 6 Jul

£4–£10 / 01282 427 767

The Trojan Women A Burnley Youth Theatre Production

As the dust settles on the fallen city of Troy, the Trojan Women await an uncertain fate as they question if death would be more welcome than the tyranny of slavery that awaits them. Written by Euripides in 415BC, this Greek Classic looks at the devastation war brings, and offers a historic perspective on modern…

Fri 20 Jul

£4–£10 / 01282 427 767

Sat 21 Jul

£4–£10 / 01282 427 767

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