D15 Youth Theatre - Spring 2020 Activities

January 7, 2020

D15 Youth Theatre - Spring 2020
Throughout the first few months of 2020, D15 Youth Theatre’s 30 strong membership will work on stagecraft with our new youth theatre facilitator, Emily Matthews. During February they will explore current environmental themes arising from the gallery exhibition ‘Holdfast’ by Ann Ensor, to create some short response films in collaboration with our youth film club later in 2020.

Established in October 2011, Draíocht’s highly successful Youth Theatre (D15YT), gives young people aged between 14-18 years a space to create, express themselves and explore ideas. D15YT runs on Tuesday evenings 7pm-9pm, during school term times starting in early October each year.

“I’ve never felt so comfortable around a group of people in my life. Everyone in the group is friends, we get on so well we even joke and say that we’re a family. Being so comfortable around my fellow group members allows me to express myself, blossom and be creative and this in turn helps me to develop as an actress and writer all the time. Having such a supportive and constructive creative environment available is fantastic, and does wonders for your confidence and self-esteem. When you show up to a workshop on a Tuesday night having had a crap day or week, you know you’re going to leave with a smile on your face because the chemistry and energy in the group is amazing, it just lifts your spirits immediately when you step into the same room as them.”
Shauna, past D15YT Member

MORE ... Enjoy an Interview with Alex Cahill, one of our first members

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Draíocht is generously funded by Fingal County Council, with additional funding provided by The Arts Council. Draíocht also has a loyal network of Friends who contribute annually to the Company. You can also make a Donation to Draíocht of any amount from €2 upwards.



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