29 August 2014

Speaking Our Language: Call for YT members to participate in Irish language youth drama residential

Ar mhaith leat páirt a ghlacadh i tréimshe chónaithe le ceardlanna drámaíochta i nGaeilge le linn an briseadh mean-téarma i mí Deireadh Fomhair?

Tá an NAYD ag lorg grúpa baill atá toilteanach páirt a ghlacadh I ceardlanna drámaíochta trí Ghaeilge le linn clár dhrámaíochta óige trí lá in Ionad Ealaíne an Axis, Baile Munna. Is gá go mbeidh na rannpháirtithe compóirdeach agus iad ag labhairt gaeilge, ach ní gá go mbeidh said líofa.

Ta an tréimshe chónaithe ‘Ár dTeanga Féin’ ag tarlú ar thoradh páirtnéireacht nua idir an NAYD agus Axis chun choimisiúinú a dhéanamh ar dráma Gaeilge d’ensembles óga. Tabharfaidh an obair a fhorbaítear le linn an tréimshe chónaithe ionspioráid don scríbhneoir a cheapfar a beidh mear duine de na drámadóirí ag cur an clár chun cinn.

Would you like to take part in a residential programme of drama workshops through Irish during the October mid-term break?

NAYD is seeking a group of youth theatre members who are willing to participate in drama workshops conducted through Irish for a three-day youth drama programme, taking place at the Axis Arts Centre in Ballymun, Dublin. Participants should be comfortable with conversational Irish but they don’t have to be fluent.

The ‘Speaking Our Language’ residential is taking place as part of a new partnership between NAYD and Axis to commission a play for young ensembles in the Irish language. The work carried out during the residential will provide inspiration for the commissioned playwright who will also be one of the theatre artists leading the programme.

 

26 August 2014

New Resource on Charities Act

Why does your youth theatre need to know about the new Charities Regulatory Authority?

Once the new Charities Regulatory Authority is operational and the Charities Act 2009 has been fully implemented, then only registered charities will be able to conduct charitable fundraising. This will have a huge impact on youth theatres that rely on fundraising to keep their activities running each year. It will be essential for many youth theatres to begin the process of registering as a charity so that they are legally allowed to continue with their normal fundraising activities.

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