Connecting All Creatives
Supporting and Developing
Artists and Audiences
NEW to Meisner? Fear not, we’re running a newbie session on Sunday 18th Jan.
What is WYTN?
West Yorkshire Theatre Network is so much more than its name gives away. We are a collective of like-minded people who have grown this organisation over the last four years. We do this by simply listening and responding to the needs of our members. If you’re reading this you might be a member, a friend or a creative individual living or working in West Yorkshire – or you might just be looking for something to do in our area. Well we’re a friendly bunch who are here to connect, provide for, share with, and support anyone in the region who wants and needs us. We do this by facilitating…
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Writing / Reviewing
If you want us to come and review your show/event/exhibition OR if you are interested in joining our writing team then make sure you get in touch with our lovely editor, Emily Hallewell.
Monthly Meisner Class
MAKE YOUR ACTING MORE SPONTANEOUS, TRUTHFUL, AND ALIVE. Whether you’re new to this powerful acting technique or have done it for years, you should come and join us at our monthly top up classes!
WYTN’s partnership with East Street Arts means we can offer our members low cost rehearsal space in Leeds City Centre.
NEXUS – WYTN’s very own Arts, Music and Performance Festival
Our first NEXUS Festival has been and gone! In six weeks we managed to platform over 70 acts and more than 150 local artists. Over the next year we’ll be preparing for year two which means we’re on the hunt for the regions best emerging talent so we can shine a light on them. If you’re an emerging artist of any discipline wanting to engage new audiences and show off your skills then make sure you let us know when we can see your work…
N E X U S was born of N Lab: an Arts Council funded pioneering project designed to champion and encourage interdisciplinary collaboration.
Starting in June 2014 our 7 chosen artists worked together to develop a new piece of work that draws upon the group’s skills and talents whilst benefiting from professional training and expert mentoring.
The final piece was revealed in Sept 2014 at NEXUS