UNITED KINGDOM & REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

January 2020

16Janallday18alldayMULTYFARNHAM, IRELANDPerforming Arts Workshop

19Janallday21alldayKINGSCOURT, IRELANDPerforming Arts Workshop

23Janallday25alldayGORTNER ABBEY, IRELANDPerforming Arts Workshop

27Janallday29alldayWESTPORT, IRELANDPerforming Arts Workshop

30Janallday01FeballdayCAVAN, IRELANDPerforming Arts Workshop

February 2020

30Janallday01FeballdayCAVAN, IRELANDPerforming Arts Workshop

03Feballday04alldayBISHOP AUCKLAND, ENGLANDPerforming Arts Workshop

05Feballday07alldayEAST DURHAM, ENGLANDPerforming Arts Workshop

12Feballday14alldayMIDDLESBROUGH, ENGLANDPerforming Arts Workshop

17Feballday19alldayGUISBOROUGH, ENGLANDPerforming Arts Workshop

This itinerary does not reflect the days that The Young Americans arrive or leave a location; these will be confirmed with your booking director. Itinerary subject to change; dates agreed with booking directors take precedence over information here. Please contact uk.tours@youngamericans.org in case of discrepancy.

The Young Americans continues to develop and flourish across the UK and the Republic of Ireland, from inner cities to idyllic rural villages.

This season has been exceptionally special as The Young Americans has been working across the well-documented, divided communities of Northern Ireland. In addition, we have continued to break down gender stereotypes within the arts, exemplified harmonious ethic diversity to mono-cultural communities, whilst, at the same time, empowering teachers to develop and enhance their own programs.

We are delighted to be acknowledged for the work we do by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate at the Office for Standards in Education, who said: “The promotion of community cohesion within school, locally and internationally is particularly good… through the ‘Young Americans’ who stay with the students and their families.”

- History of Tours to the UK & Ireland -

The Young Americans continues to develop and flourish across the UK and the Republic of Ireland, from inner cities to idyllic rural villages. In 2014 we worked in over 35 communities, as well as running our first ever International Summer Camp.

This season has been exceptionally special as The Young Americans has been working across the well-documented, divided communities of Northern Ireland. In addition, we have continued to break down gender stereotypes within the arts, exemplified harmonious ethic diversity to mono-cultural communities, whilst, at the same time, empowering teachers to develop and enhance their own programs.

Hosting the largest Young Americans workshop EVER, at the Metro Radio Arena – Newcastle, was an unequivocal highlight; over 1,000 students from over 50 schools took part. Perhaps the most inspiring part of this was the way these professionals and establishments were able to trust in The Young Americans’ brand to build this project collaboratively.

We are delighted to be acknowledged for the work we do by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate at the Office for Standards in Education, who said: “The promotion of community cohesion within school, locally and internationally is particularly good… through the ‘Young Americans’ who stay with the students and their families.”

This itinerary does not reflect the days that The Young Americans arrive or leave a location; these will be confirmed with your booking director. Itinerary subject to change; dates agreed with booking directors take precedence over information here. Please contact uk-ireland.tours@youngamericans.org in case of discrepancy.