In 2010 the National Youth Theatre launched a three-year ‘Environmental Trilogy’ of national, large-scale, mass participatory productions; S’warm, SLICK and Flood.
Exploring the notion of science informing art, these unique projects have grown in scale and spectacle each year in the run up to 2012.
The Environmental Trilogy has positively engaging thousands of talented young people and the communities at large that the productions are staged in with issues of climate change, global warming and sustainable energy.
Led by Artistic Director, Paul Roseby, The Trilogy has also prompted over £200,000 of support for environmental projects in the UK, thanks to The Trilogy's principal sponsors, IdeasTap and the Peter De Haan Charitable Trust.
For more information go to ideastap.com/nyt
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