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YMT seeks aspiring young performers

First Published 18 September 2015, Last Updated 21 September 2015

Youth Music Theatre is looking for aspiring performers and musicians aged 11 to 21-year-olds to star in a series of brand new musicals to be staged in London next summer.

Auditions are open to anyone within the age range and will take place at the Lyric Hammersmith on 5 December, 16 January and 30 January.

If selected, the budding young stars will have the chance to work with top industry professionals and take to two of the capital’s much-lauded stages, Sadler’s Wells and the Lyric Hammersmith, as well as the Lyric Theatre Belfast.

As one of the UK’s leading music theatre companies for young people, Youth Music Theatre’s forthcoming auditions provide an ideal opportunity for individuals eager to kick-start their career in the performing arts.

Committed to offering high quality training to talented youngsters, the youth theatre has become well known for producing vibrant and innovative works in the UK’s top venues and festivals while offering training that provides significant personal and educational benefits.

For more information about the Youth Musical Theatre auditions and to book a place visit the YMT website or call 020 8563 7725.

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