National Youth Theatre, London
Lights, Camera, Action!
The National Youth Theatre is a world leading youth arts organisation and a registered charity. It was established in 1956 as the first youth theatre in the world and since then it has nurtured the talent of hundreds of thousands of young people.
As part of a multi million pound transformation of its Holloway Road Head Quarters which included £2,000,000 from the Mayors Good Growth Fund, several new areas have been created at the NYT to be able to double the number of young people the charity can engage with.
One such area is the new Front Pavilion which sits right on Holloway Road, with a welcoming entrance atrium and a new flexible rehearsal space.
Trainspotters worked with the Architects’ Lighting Contractors to supply a series of 40 or more White Glass Test Tube Ceiling and Wall Lights inside the Creative Hub within the Front Pavilion.
You can watch more about the transformed NYT and see our lights in action on Open City’s youtube video here Open City Films are a series of short architecture documentaries led by expert storytellers.
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