You'll begin this show painfully aware that you’re sitting in the hall of a secondary school.
Performed by talented students, Captivate’s production has been seen by an estimated 22,000 people, with sell-out crowds, standing ovations, and multiple five-star reviews.
Dewey Finn, wannabe rock star, decides to earn some cash by posing as a substitute teacher at a prep school.
The story of a girl dreaming of a better life and the children she inspires will have audiences rooting for the “revolting children” who are out to teach the grown-ups a lesson.
Would you save the world if you could? Alexander Fleming’s penicillin was a life-changing discovery that became a world-changing cure.
There are two challenges at the heart of Fox-tot!, a new work from composer Lliam Paterson and director Roxana Haines for Scottish Opera.
A bit of fun and a trip down memory lane.
Following a sold out run at the 2017 Fringe, this five-star show is back.
A trip down memory lane, hear again 50s to 70s pop and folk hits like Putting on the Style, Amazing Grace, My Old Man’s a Dustman, Wild Rover, Hello Mary Lou, Nobody’s Child, Singi…
BambinO is a first operatic adventure for six to 18-month-olds and their carers.
Back at the Fringe again for another trip down memory lane.
As a piece of verbatim theatre, I Love You / It’s Over gives a much more clear headed, down-to-earth view of love than you’re likely to find in a more highly wrought play.
Bel Canto Voices, Fife’s premier youth choir presents The History of The Musical, featuring highlights from shows by Offenbach to Rodgers and Gershwin to Schoenberg, and showcasi…
Based on the Frank Wedekind play of the same name, the musical Spring Awakening tells the controversial story of a group of young adolescents trying to deal with the tumultuous pro…
A university dorm room. Three people. One wants justice. One wants to be popular. One wants to be left alone. They each get what another one wants.
Fife Youth Arts is proud to showcase films made by young people from across the country.
Staged opera performances from some of Scotland’s most talented young singers.
Following a sell-out run and five star reviews for their recent production of Carmen, Edinburgh Studio Opera return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with Jonathan Dove’s Mansfiel…
Dance, paint, build and design at our fun-filled family day.
Aberdeen Performing Arts Youth Theatre presents The Life to Come by Timothy Mason.
Oliver is a well crafted tale which follows the boy who asked for more as he makes his way to London hoping to find his family.
Best Girl Athlete, AKA 17-year-old Aberdonian Katie Buchan, released her debut album Carve Every Word in March 2015 via Fitlike Records in the UK and through Minty Fresh Records in…
What happens if your future depends on remembering? What happens if what you thought you knew and experienced is somehow blurred, altered or gone completely? A performance about fi…
Frequently mixed up, these dancers were inspired to create a duet exploring the contrasting desires to be recognised as an individual while fitting in with the crowd.
Work hard, play harder.
‘When you durst do it, then you were a man; And, to be more than what you were, you would be so much more the man.
This is my last morning.
Three-hour fast-moving, fun workshop for up to 20 children (11 to 14-year-olds) exploring how young people use their mobile phones and what happens when a teenager is left without …
Trespassers will be prosecuted! In the garden of the selfish giant it is winter all year long.
A jilted bride sits festering in her cold, dismal house high up on the hill.
A touching story about 10 young people living with various cancer diagnoses, some are looking for a cure, some are looking for escape or hope and some are looking to spend as much …
On The Runn’s youth performance group present a look back at their work over the last five years incorporating contemporary, jazz and lyrical dance performances.
Freckleface Strawberry will do anything to get rid of her freckles – from scrubbing them with soap, to caking on makeup and even wearing a ski mask to school! Will her schoolmate…
The 80s was time of many things; Rubic’s Cubes, cheesy pop.
Two gangs comprised completely of children, square off in a 1920s rivalry of Capone-ian standards.
Enjoy a summer evening recital in the calm surroundings of Edinburgh Academy’s Robertson Room.
Back at the Fringe again after a gap of a few years, for another trip down memory lane.
Supporting the progression of youth arts in Fife, FYAH are delighted to offer this varied programme of four individual performances from groups who are working in Fife creating wor…
As we grow older and we become more aware of the world, the way we look at people, the way we attach emotions and feelings begins to change.
All the young performers in this project are from the Gallatown area of Kirkcaldy, Fife.
An ambivalent Cinderella? A blood-thirsty Little Red Riding Hood? An unfaithful Prince Charming? A witch… who raps? They’re all among the cockeyed characters in this fractured …
Going into this show, I had my reservations.
A programme of creative dance that is physically challenging with a fresh dynamic edge from this brand new company.
A great chance to get involved and get active in this programme of workshop sessions specially created for the Fringe, and all completely free.
The storyline is shallow, the message insubstantial and the script contrived, so you don’t have anything deep to think about.
Young Curators from Fife College worked with Kirkcaldy Galleries in Fife during the Artist Rooms: Diane Arbus exhibition.
A varied evening recital programme from some of Fife’s most talented young classical performers.
xYMTS are back walking the path of life and picking up pace.
Youth Music Theatre Scotland return for another successful year at
the Fringe, this time with a remarkably professional and well-executed
production of West Side Story, perhaps t…
A series of vocal and instrumental recitals from YMTS’s gifted performers.
Bored with Berkoff? Choking on Chekhov? Fed-up with Feydeau? “Don’t sleep in the subway, darlin’, don’t stand in the pouring rain.
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