Welcome to this Spring 2018 edition of this newsletter Archiver which you may have received via email from us if you have expressed a wish to receive email from a Young Theatre website. The intention is to publish fewer than one Archiver a month to tell you about updates to the YTArchive and other news. If we hold your email address, it is kept private. Archiver is compiled, published and notified by Tim Hill, Webmaster of the YTArchive. Please redistribute links to this file responsibly. To stop receiving notice about this bulletin, please see the message which provided a link to it or the foot of this page.

Archiver - a newsletter from YTA

Spring 2018

The Young Theatre Archive

Updates to the YTArchive Website      twitter


Tim Hill through the ages On 5 Apr Tim Hill wrote:  What’s been going on at the YTArchive since the last newsletter in December? Well, the weather has provided lots of opportunities of which more later. For now, let me just remind you that YT are performing the Scottish Play from Today-Saturday this week. You can book your tickets here. If you can, just go.

The updates to the Archive are shown below in their new format: separated into  Productions  and  Information  both here shown with the most recent changes at the top. As of now, the Archive website has 205 productions in detail and over 40 categories of information. The two frames of updates below have dynamic content so my following comments may age quickly.
In the previous Christmas newsletter Mort was the most recently updated production. At the time of writing, there are about 70 productions which are new or have received an update since Mort, and Deserted House (1981) is, as I write, the most recently altered or new.
In the information sections, the major changes since the last newsletter have been more miscellaneous Harrow photos and the continuing makeover of the Harrow pages to make them more device-independent.
If you can hover over the images in the two panels below, a tool-tip should give you more information about each item such as what was added at the last update. On a touch device, you may prefer to select open as text in a new window to see more details. If you do not like the last-edit order in which the information is presented here, please use the link to Open this in a new window. The page you are taken to will allow the data to be presented to you in any order you want.

Happy browsing & don’t forget Macbeth
If you spot any errors or omissions, please get in touch.

On this date the Archive site details 205 major YT productions. Size on disc: 1.45 GB. Contains: 8,988 files + 1,098 folders = 10,086 objects.



If you can add names or any information, or to add your YT photos!
Contact us and send your stuff


The Young Theatre Archive      twitter
Home Page | Contents | Latest | News  
Archiver's own archive.
This is where to read the latest edition.Even what you are reading may have changed by the time you read this far! You will also find the next edition here when it becomes a work-in-progress.Or try my web server for the very latest version.

Please reply to the accompanying textual message to contact us or use this to unsubscribe. Mistake-spotters always welcome.

Page created: 20180402 here