Nadia Rasheed

Drama in North Belfast

Drama in North Belfast

There’s some exciting stuff happening in Northern Ireland! YouthAction NI Rainbow Factory has been working in partnership with 174 trust and local author Tony McAuley to deliver a high quality youth arts outreach project in North Belfast. Young people between the ages of 13 and 24 have come together to produce the compelling drama: Capitulate. […]

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Katie’s Chemical Reaction

Katie’s Chemical Reaction

Eighteen-year-old Katie Nicholas from Liverpool is a musician who pretty much does it all. A singer-songwriter who experiments with different genres, Katie also spends time working as a designer in a major advertising agency in London. Last summer she was awarded the Michael Molloy Youth Music Award at the Liverpool Music Awards and she’s just […]

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Doctor Faustus Comes To Life

Doctor Faustus Comes To Life

We’ve previously featured the exciting Foot In The Door Theatre – a community theatre offering young people a chance to perform and showcase their talent. This March sees them produce Doctor Faustus; the tale of the brilliant but arrogant academic who gets the opportunity to learn more about magic and the universe than any of his peers. […]

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Improve Your Music Skills

Improve Your Music Skills

This February half-term, Granville Plus Youth Arts Centre will be running the exciting Kilburn Youth Music Academy. This is a great opportunity for people between the ages of 11-24 of all music abilities to hone, improve and gain new skills! Plus it’s all FREE. Booking and sessions will be allocated on a first come first serve […]

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Short Story Competition

Short Story Competition

Do you think you could write a short story based on the theme ‘The Visit’? If you’re a young creative writer hoping to get noticed, you should definitely try! Enter Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook 2014 Short Story Competition and you could win a cash prize of £500, a place on an Arvon residential writing course of your […]

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The Great British Blog Off

The Great British Blog Off

Are you an aspiring journalist between the ages of 16-25? This is a great opportunity for you! Youth Media Agency is hosting an excellent competition with URBAN TIMES – all you have to do is pick one of their 3 chosen topics and write 500 words. The winning entry will be featured on URBAN TIMES […]

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Just Like Hannah

Just Like Hannah

Nineteen year-old Hannah Morpeth, who describes herself as a ‘breakfast enthusiast’ is passionate about writing. Her work has been featured in Cuckoo Quarterly – a literary magazine by young writers – and she is a member of The Writing Squad – a programme that recruits young writers from different backgrounds and offers support over a […]

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The Pen of Katie Hale

The Pen of Katie Hale

Twenty-three year-old Katie Hale is a writer and poet with more than a few ideas to spare. I spoke to her about the guerrilla poetry organisation [insert text here] – which she founded – as well as the exciting journey she’s been on since she was introduced to the works of Carol Ann Duffy How did your […]

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Hone Your Thespian Technique For Free

Hone Your Thespian Technique For Free

If you’re aged between the ages of 14-18 and are interested in drama, these free workshops with One Theatre Company would be perfect for you. Hone your technique and develop new skills that will hold you in good stead if you hope to eventually embark on a career in the acting world. You’ll learn about the […]

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Remembering With Gideon Summerfield

Remembering With Gideon Summerfield

January 27 marks Holocaust Memorial Day – a day for everyone to remember the millions of people murdered in the Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution and in the subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur. In an effort to engage with the devastating effects of such events, the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust has launched its first […]

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