Nadia Rasheed

Turn Back Time at The Hexham Abbey Festival

Turn Back Time at The Hexham Abbey Festival

The 61st Hexham Abbey Festival runs from 20 – 28 September and this year they’re celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of the great Benjamin Britten who composed innovative music from opera to film. In his memory world-class and aspiring artists alike will visit Hexham to perform and commemorate his lasting contribution to the […]

 Nadia Rasheed

Over Seas From Coast to Coast: Coastal Currents Arts Festival

Over Seas From Coast to Coast: Coastal Currents Arts Festival

We seem to have stumbled on a nautical theme here at YouthArtsOnline! The Coastal Currents Arts Festival is another celebration of the arts that takes place by the sea. With events based around Hastings and St Leonards, the festival promises to be ‘bold and playful’ as it blurs the lines between sight and performance. Opening […]

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Noelle Stevenson Creates Worlds of Her Own

Noelle Stevenson Creates Worlds of Her Own

Noelle Stevenson has been ‘drawing since forever’ but she never expected her illustrations to gain the kind of notoriety they have now. Noelle, aged 21, has caught the attention of major publishers and her webcomic NIMONA is due for publication by HarperCollins in 2015 and has been nominated for a Harvey Award for Best Online […]

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Hampstead’s Literary Feast

Hampstead’s Literary Feast

A literary festival right here in London! The London Jewish Cultural Centre is hosting the fifth Hampstead and Highgate Literary Festival this September and the event promises to be a true celebration of writing carried out over three days. Sunday features a hands-on workshop with published author Miriam Halahmy where you’ll learn how to write […]

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Andrew Kapish: Communication as an Art Form

Andrew Kapish: Communication as an Art Form

22-year-old graphic designer Andrew Kapish lists Cartoon Network as his dream client but for the moment he’s working on his portfolio and managing a burgeoning career. Graphic designers are sometimes not viewed as artists but here we have a strong case to easily disprove such malarkey. Though Andrew is all the way over in Akron, […]

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A Pocket Full of Rye

A Pocket Full of Rye

The Rye Arts Festival dates back to 1972 and is widely considered to be one of the best small festivals in the country. The 16 days of levity are balanced by intellectual weight so all attending are both amused and enlightened. A number of different classical music acts will be performing – The Marian Consort, […]

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The Squall That Makes Ramsgate’s Summer

The Squall That Makes Ramsgate’s Summer

Ramsgate’s Summer Squall is one of the highlights of the town’s year – a festival that runs over three days packed with art, music and laughter. The events are many and varied: on Saturday you are invited to attend a workshop led by the Page Mason School of Dance (a group celebrating its 50th anniversary!) […]

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Create+ Offers New Paths

Create+ Offers New Paths

Vital Youth is offering an enticing Create+ Autumn program for those aged 14-25 this year. The series of projects will run from October to December at Paddington Arts and are aimed at young people struggling with education or work. Vital Youth works hard to change young peoples’ perceptions of their own futures by emphasising the importance […]

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Here Again: Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival

Here Again: Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival

Famed Nobel Prize winning Irish playwright and poet Samuel Beckett is celebrated from 22 – 26 August 2013 in a multi-arts festival in Enniskillen featuring music, theatre, dance, comedy and more. This year’s festival seeks to ‘educate, provoke, amuse, astound, inspire, entertain and defy all expectations.’ Visitors from as far as Japan and Australia attended the […]

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