Anshu Laxman

EastEnders’ Actress Lorna Fitzgerald talks about her acting career

EastEnders actress Lorna Fitzgerald, known for her role of Abi Branning speaks to Youth Arts Online about her acting career. The role of Abi Branning was introduced to EastEnders in 2006 and is described as ‘bubbly’ and confident. She lives life as a teenager such as, taking exams, wanting to go to university and having […]

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Hazel Gore talks about her upcoming exhibition

Hazel Gore, an artist from Glasgow is holding her exhibition at the Virginia Gallery alongside Catriona Paterson between the 7th and 28th of March. The exhibition named “Her/Story” that is about Maiden or Mother, Virgin or Seductress, Goddess or Monster, Real or Fantasy. The image of women and her stereotypes in Fairy-tales and Storytelling is […]

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Looking for young talented musicians

Looking for young talented musicians

Thames Youth Orchestra is based in Kingston and is looking for new musicians so why not take the opportunity?   The company have a staff of professional musicians comprising of more than sixty young players drawn from various local schools.  TYO has featured in BBC programmes, performed regularly at London’s Codogan Hall and played full […]

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Citizen TV – Learn to make online programmes

Looking for something new and challenging to do in the New Year? Why not join crews at WORLDbytes, the online Citizen TV station and make hit programmes. Citizen TV provides a four to six week volunteer package for 16-25 year-olds, which is a part time training package involving some weekends and evenings. This will result […]

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Dontee Weaver Shares his Experience

Dontee Weaver talks about his music

Dontee Devon Weaver an independent recording artist, songwriter and rapper from South Central Los Angeles talks to Youth Arts Online about his music experience. The 29 year old gained interest in music at the age of 18 he said, “besides being a rapper I wanted the know the in’s and out’s of the game, so […]

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Dance For Life and Make Your Move

Dance For Life and Make Your Move

The British Red Cross hold the event/competition Dance: Make Your Move every year for young people to be able to show their moves at the Indigo 02 in London.  Ages from 4-18 can enter the competition to be able to perform in front of a massive crowd. The competition is divided so that there are […]

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Move your feet at DanceLive

Move your feet at DanceLive

The Dance Live Festival celebrates contemporary dance and takes place on Friday 11, October to October 31 around Scotland. The festival will show many different types of modern moves by very talented people who love to dance. This will be for all age range audiences who like to watch people come up with unique dance […]

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Hazel Gore’s experience with Somewhereto_restore

Hazel Gore’s experience with Somewhereto_restore

Hazel Gore, an artist from Glasgow took part in the High Street Heist to show off her fantastic drawings and paintings. The 24 year old focused her artistic images on small complex dream-like images to show imaginary characters or scenarios. The surreal artist tells us about her experience exclusively to Youth Arts Online. Hazel Gore: […]

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Welcome to the High Street Heist

Welcome to the High Street Heist

The High Street Heist hosted by Somewhereto_ takes young peoples talent to the streets. The campaign started on July 18 and will carry on throughout August. The heist has six main hubs across the UK, in London, Manchester, Newcastle, Cardiff, Bangor and Glasgow. This campaign gives the chance for young individuals to show off their […]