What a drama festival is like in a quiet Spanish village in February

On 3rd February 2020, Ali, Doug, George and I (Lauren) hopped onto the lovely green bus at 3:40am to travel to Dublin airport. This was when the Decision Making and Self Reprocessing exchange in the Spanish city of Logroño officially started. We arrived at sunny Bilbao airport at around 9am and had 5 hours of time to kill before our bus to Logrono where we would meet all of our fellow exchange participants. We were all very tired by the time we arrived in Logrono, but were delighted to meet everyone. There was a group from Bulgaria, Italy, Spain and two from Greece. When we met everyone at the Cathedral in the city and had some chats introducing ourselves, we took a walk to the youth centre

Snapshot of 2020 Membership Statistics

Ever wondered what our membership looks like? Well look no further! A recent snapshot taken in early February has come to show the distribution of all our members. With representation from every corner of the county (and even one or two beyond that), the survey shows just how diverse and varied our community is. Although based in Newbridge, we strive to live up to our name of 'Kildare' Youth Theatre. The data, taken over the week of the 3rd of February, provides a rough breakdown into the memberhsip of our Oberon, Touchstone, Caliban, and Bachram workshops, as well as our weekend rehearsals. Included in the document are also some figures about our staff, who are not included in the pie chart

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