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CYT Mixtape

Parabola Arts Centre

Thursday 15th July 2021 | 6.30pm

 

A compilation of our favourite scenes, art forms and performance skills from CYT Juniors, Seniors & Company, together for the first time in over 18 months!

Maskwork

Creative writing

Scene excerpts

Devised theatre

Photography

Music

NT Connections

Bristol Old Vic

15th-20th June 2021

A Series of Public Apologies by John Donnelly

Lavington School

Wind/Rush Generation(s) by Mojisola Adebayo

Cheltenham Youth Theatre

The It by Vivienne Franzmann

Stagedoor Learning

The Marxist in Heaven by Hattie Naylor

Cygnet Youth Theatre

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I in Isolation

Devised & Performed by CYT Juniors & Seniors

Sunday 18th April 2021 | 5.00pm

YouTube

A mystery penpal, neighbours who have never spoken, the girl who gets lost in her imagination, an alien called Sem and not to mention Dave, the supermarket manager and his team..

 

I in Isolation is a devised production set in 2020, exploring unlikely friendships and connections made in a time we were all isolated, in Lockdown.

Wind/Rush Generation(s)

by Mojisola Adebayo 

Performed by CYT Company for NT Connections

Sunday 18th April 2021 | 7.00pm

Private YouTube

This is a play about the British Isles, its past and its present.

 

In a senior common room a group of first-year undergraduates are troubled, not by the weight of their workload, but by a ‘noisy’ ghost. They decide to do what any group self-respecting and intelligent university students would do in such a situation – get out the Ouija Board, confront their spiritual irritant and lay them to rest – only to be confronted by the full weight of Britain’s colonial past – in all its gory glory.

If you think you know about British history, Empire, slavery, economics, racism and humanity, think again. As the planche on the Ouija Board skates from letter to letter at an ever-increasing breakneck speed, the students are catapulted through space and time, witnessing the injustices, incongruities and inhumanity of the past.

This is a smorgasbord of genres and styles. Fusing naturalism with physical theatre, spoken-word, absurdism, poetry and direct address – event-theatre that whips along with the grace, pace and hypnotic magnetism of a hurricane.

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