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This Week at NYT | Our Southwark Season is about to kick off

Posted 29 Jul 2023 by Joe Duggan

Our spring season at Southwark Playhouse is finally upon us...


The Fall opens this weekend 

This weekend sees the first preview of James Fritz’s The Fall, directed by Matt Harrison, at Southwark Playhouse. 

This week our Royal Patron HRH The Earl of Wessex came along to a dress rehearsal at Holloway Road, and met the casts of both The Fall and DNA.

Want to find out a little more about the play? Have a read of this interview with writer and NYT Alumnus James Fritz 

“It interrogates their relationship to old people now, it interrogates what their relationship might be to their parents when they reach an old age, and it interrogates where they might end up as a society and individuals when they reach old age themselves”

Book now to get limited £12 preview tickets. Or head over to the Members' Board for a special members' discount


Perform with us on a West End stage 

Don’t forget to enter our duologue competition with a money can’t buy prize of performing on a West End stage. 

The competition is open to anyone and everyone aged 14 – 26. Whether you’ve been a NYT member for years, or if this is the first time you’ve ever heard of us - get involved!

All you need to do partner up with a friend, and devise and film a performance this duologue from The Fall.

Find out more from NYT REP Company Alumnus Nathaniel Wade

 

 

 


DNA 

Dennis Kelly’s DNA, directed by Sean Hollands, opens this Tuesday at Southwark Playhouse. 

Check out the company in rehearsal last week. 

You can get your hands on some of the last remaining tickets here


Spring Bank Holiday - Acting for Screen Masterclass 

Looking to work on your screen acting skills? There are still places available on this Spring Bank Holiday Acting for Screen six-day masterclass in London. 

Not available? Head here to check out what other masterclasses we have on this summer, including our brand new Writing and Directing and Digital Storytelling masterclasses!

 

 

 


Backstage Interviews 

It’s the final weekend of our 2018 Auditions and Backstage Courses national roadshow. We’re wrapping up with one last Backstage Interview date on Saturday 28 April at the Old Rep in Birmingham. 

Waiting for results? 
We’ll be sending out results to all of our 2018 applicants next week – email results will be released by Thursday 3 May so keep an eye on the email registered to your account, and make sure to check your spam if you don’t see an email from us in your inbox.  


Highshore School

This week NYT held our first workshops in Highshore School, a secondary SEN school in Southwark. Over the next five weeks we'll be delivering weekly workshops, running sessions with every class in the school. 

The project is part of our collaboration with Diverse City and will culminate in a summer project. 


Playing Up 

Auditions for our 2018/19 Playing Up Company start on Monday next week and run until 15th of May! 


Alumni / Member News 

Mohammed Mansaray from last year's REP Company has been cast in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest at Sheffield Crucible

REP Alumna Daisy Fairclough is gearing up for filming 6 episodes of the Sky TV comedy drama Living the Dream, starring Philip Glenister and Leslie Sharp, in Marbella

NYT Trustee Prasanna Puwanarajah and alumna Jenny Galloway are currently in Absolute Hell at the National Theatre. Read an interview with Prasanna here

In other National news, NYT Member Rebekah Murrell is starring in Nine Night in the Dorfman Theatre which is directed by Roy Alexander Weise who directed our NYT REP Season’s Jekyll and Hyde last year

Storyhouse Chester is hosting a Women Weekend with NYT Alumna Vikki Stone

Comedian Tom Allen is BBC radio comedy of the week. Have a listen here

Richard Riddell is currently starring in The Terror along with Paul Ready

New Artistic Director of the Globe, Michelle Terry will play Hamlet in a gender blind Hamlet at The Globe

Molly Logan in appearing in the Love from a Stranger UK tour