AGED 11 – 21 AND LOVE PERFORMING?
CHALLENGE YOUR CREATIVITY
British Youth Music Theatre are currently touring the nation, 26 Jan – 24 Feb, in search of talented young dancers, actors, singers and musicians aged 11-21 and we will be auditioning in Belfast on Sunday 10 February at Lyric Theatre
BYMT offers young performers the opportunity to work with exciting composers, established directors and innovative movement specialists. Build a full-scale production from the ground up, engage in a professional environment and perform in the UK’s most prestigious venues and festivals. There’s no experience like it! In January and February 2019, British Youth Music Theatre will hold auditions across the UK and Ireland looking for young actors and musicians who have a flair for performing and theatre-making. Regardless of experience, we want to meet you.
Make Your Dreams of Being on Stage a Reality
BYMT’s exciting programme for 2019 features 8 musical productions and some of the biggest titles in theatre, music and literature; including cultural classics, contemporary dance-opera, rock-pop with a twist, freshly devised works and new commissions.
Young people are auditioning to take part in an intensive 2-3 week summer residential course in Musical Theatre in Production; they’ll train with the industry’s best directors, musical directors, and choreographers to build one of eight new musical shows, performed at professional theatre venues across the UK. BYMT also have musician and backstage opportunities. Previous BYMT Company members include BRIT award-winner Ed Sheeran and Grammy award-winner Sam Smith to name but a few.
BYMT is a youth theatre like no other as they create highly innovative, brand new work. BYMT’s shows for 2019 include: Dance Connections, part of their boundary pushing dance series that boldly combines complex vocal soundscapes and improvisation with daring contemporary movement; The Accidental Time Traveller adapted from Janis Mackay’s award winning book; Paperboy, a heart-warming coming of age musical-drama set against the backdrop of 1970’s Belfast; Fight Like a Girl, charting the remarkable rise of women’s boxing, plus much more.