Byron Youth Theatre were thrilled to be up in lights for their contribution to youth mental health when they won the WayAhead, Mental Health Association of NSW, Media and The Arts award for several of their productions including Mind Made Me.
The conversation for young people has moved on from ‘Is climate change real?’ or ‘How do we slow or stop the impacts of climate change?’, to ‘How do we adapt?’.
Young people on the Northern Rivers who have a point to make, have taken a photo or created artwork, or have a question to ask are being sought...
Byron Youth Theatres latest production In My Skin is raising issues of of racism and prejudice that continue to negatively impact on the lives of all Australians.
The cast of BYT’s latest fun, action-packed production Treat Yourself will be seen by Year 8 students at Shearwater Steiner school and Year 7 students at Mullumbimby High this week.
The Byron Youth Theatre will be planting ideas and trees at this years The Planting at Woodfordia. They have been invited to the annual planting festival that aims to regenerate the site for future generations.
When did you last stop to take stock of how you treat yourself? How do we teach our children to care for themselves? Byron Youth Theatre is tackling these ideas through their 'Treat yourself' project that starts with the showing of That Sugar Film on April 27.
A celebration of hope and recovery for people with a lived experience of mental health issues and their families and carers is taking place tomorrow at the Lismore Town Hall.
Need a bit of small change to get your idea going? Byron shire council’s youth grants may be what you are looking for. Aimed at 15–25 year olds the two $2,500 Small Change grants are aimed at supporting projects by young people for young people.
Byron Youth Theatre (BYT) has announced it is going to hold the region’s first formal especially for young people who identify as LGBTIAQ+ and their friends, who are eager for opportunities to socialise and celebrate with each other.
After receiving funding from Northcott and Byron Shire Council, Byron Youth Theatre has formed a creative collaboration with six young people with disabilities to produce a piece that includes dance, poetry, music and drama.