LYT Presents: Eclipse by Simon Armitage

Lyceum Youth Theatre at The Traverse Theatre

Eclipse
By Simon Armitage
Directed by Rachael Esdale

"When it was done... we looked about, and she'd gone. Never thought for a second she might be lost."

Lyceum Youth Theatre returns to the Traverse for the 6th year with this contribution to National Theatre Connections 2016. As an exciting collaboration between Lyceum Youth Theatre and The Traverse Theatre, Eclipse will be presented as a double bill with brand new short plays written by the Traverse Young Writers group, performed script-in-hand by members of the LYT.

Sneak peek at LYT in rehearsals here.
Meet the cast here and take a look behind the scenes here.

Access note: the produciton will be audio described on Saturday 12 March, 7pm.


Traverse performances will appear alongside members of LYT showcasing rehearsed readings of brand new work by the Traverse Theatre Young Writers group.

  • Thursday 10 March:

Upstage, Dorothy Porter by Sarah Thewlis
It’s Dorothy’s chance for the spotlight, or is it?  Who will take centre stage and enjoy their brief moment of fame and fortune?

Please Pac a Mac by Mel Rozel Brayford
A riotous crazy comedy where clothes truly have arms and legs … and start to come to life.

  • Friday 11 March:

Warning, This Production May Not Be by Nerida Bradley
Some minor characters are skulking in the side lines, looking to take on the lead in more ways than one...

Less Than 3 by Tom Kinney
A perfect match is not quite what it seems, in an alternative world where dating agencies have an agenda in controlling the course of your conquests.

  • Saturday 12 March:

10 Minutes to Save the World by Diane Stewart
A conversation between friends spirals into a matter of life or death.

Seeing is Believing by Dominic Walsh
Three friends travel into the unknown. Will any of them make it out alive?