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Autumn 2018

The Young Theatre Archive

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Tim Hill through the ages On 10 Nov Tim Hill wrote:
What a lovely summer we had all that time ago. Now the evenings are drawing in it’s all screens and paperwork again.

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 207 productions in detail and over 40 categories of information.
There has been one major site-wide change — the same menu at the top of every page — and two minor site-wide changes: the facebook button is now two half buttons; one leading to the Facebook Page and the other to the Facebook Group. The iconbar has being slightly re-ordered to be the same as the new top menu. There are about sixty productions with photo albums which should work okay on mobile devices as well as larger screens to which I have added a Play function with configuable delay so you can step though the photos automatically. Don’t leave an autoplay page open if you are paying for your data! It is not called a ‘carousel’ for nothing. Some of you will remember using slide projectors with carousels.
The two frames of updates below have dynamic content so my following comments may age quickly.
In the previous Spring newsletter Deserted House was the most recently updated production. At the time of writing, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland from 1965 is the most recently altered or new.
In the information sections, the major changes since the last newsletter are the Awards from the AGM, the new Committee, more YT people and a newspaper article from 1971 (in Miscellaneous) when the Beaconsfield group was just getting going with its first major production. [I remember it well!]
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 (same) data to be presented to you in any order you want.

Happy browsing
If you spot any errors or omissions, please get in touch.

On this date the Archive site details 207 major YT productions. Size on disc: 1.55 GB. Contains: 9,415 files + 1,152 folders = 10,567 objects.



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