Prague Youth Theatre Summer Courses

Press Release: Week-long courses for native and non-native English-speakers aged 7-17

Prague Youth Theatre (PYT) runs week long summer theatre courses for native and non-native English speakers aged 7 - 17 years old.

Prague Youth Theatre (PYT) is an English speaking Youth Theatre in Prague already successfully running three theatre groups – PYT tots (4-6 year olds), PYT Juniors (7-12 year olds) and PYT Seniors (13-17 year olds). PYT is designed to give young people the chance to express themselves within a dramatic medium and to develop not only their theatrical skills, but also their sense of teamwork, confidence and commitment. This is the philosophy at the heart of PYT.

Prague Youth Theatre summer courses are intended for young people who love the theatre. During one week in July, students will have the opportunity to learn new skills, make new friends and have a fantastic experience.

The week long summer course compromises working with professional actors and directors and an involvement in all aspects of creating a theatrical production that culminates in a performance on the Saturday evening for friends and family.

The summer courses are split into two different age groups and take place at Divadlo Kampa, Nosticova 2a, Prague 1, a professional theatre in the centre of Prague.

PYT Juniors summer course (7 – 12 year olds) runs daily from Monday 9th July – Saturday 14th July from 9am – 4pm and PYT Seniors summer course (13 – 17 year olds) runs daily from Monday 16th July – Saturday 21st July from 9am – 4pm.

The week long summer theatre course costs 6000kc. This includes snacks but does not include lunch.

To find out more about Prague Youth Theatre summer courses or to register your child, please visit or contact Adam on

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