The National Youth Music Theatre is now celebrating its 40th anniversary,it represents the very best in work with young people in musical theatre, leading Andrew Lloyd Webber to describe it as “the best youth music theatre in the world”
National Youth Music Theatre to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, Brass returns to the stage to mark the centenary of the first day of The Battle of the Somme.
Heartbreaking and uplifting, Brass tells the story of a group of men from a Leeds-based brass band who sign up to fight as part of the Leeds Pals battalion. In their absence, their women folk, all munitions workers at the infamous Barnbow factory, decide to learn the instruments the men have left behind in the hope of playing triumphantly for them on their return from war. But how many will make it home? The NYMT’s production of Brass is a spectacle: musical theatre on a scale very rarely seen, with a company of more than sixty of the finest young actors and musicians in the UK
£ 25- £15 (plus £1 per ticket online, £1.25 per ticket over the phone) Boxes tickets are available to book over phone & to be bought in pairs
Concessions: Under 26 all seat £18, Senior Citizens £20 for Top Price seats price Band A. Concessions £2 off All prices (unwaged, students, disabled)
Please note: Boxes tickets are available to book over phone and to be bought in pairs
Running Time: 3 hours including one twenty minute interval