Top End Women’s Legal Service are conducting a ‘respectful relationships’ based Youth Project. They need to hear your voice – Take their survey here! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RESPECTYoungPeopleSURVEY Complete the survey and be in the running to win a $100 gift voucher.
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The next under 18s dance party at the SHAK will be held on the 18th of May, 7 – 10pm. There’s a $2 entry fee and it’s a drug and alcohol-free youth event. Entertainment will include Beatboxer Warlu, Cyprus Krew, DJs and more! Join the facebook event here. See you there!
Darwin Community Arts CemeNTworx Community Theatre is offering FREE Drama Workshops for young people with disability 16yrs- 25yrs. When: Starting Tuesday 16 April, 2013 Where: Chambers Crescent Theatre, Malak Shopping Centre, Malak Time: 4:30pm – 6:30pm Please contact 8945 7347 or email@example.com for further information.
The Skarlett boys came into GRIND for a chat about their sophomore EP ‘Life So Far’, their life as musicians and their path to fame. Skarlett, headlined at LAUNCH, here are some pics from their gig.
No Lights No Lycra is a dance event where you literally dance with no lights and wearing no Lycra. There is no one to teach you any steps or technique, it’s just a place where you can express yourself with dance and not be judged. NLNL originally started in Melbourne in 2009 by dance students [...]
Are you between 15 and 30? Are you involved in a youth-led initiative? Are you someone who loves to bring young change-makers together? Do you want to be a part of the Darwin Youth Organisations Network (DYON) Steering Committee? Applications are now open! What is DYON? Darwin Youth Organisations Network is a network for young [...]
Young folk of Darwin! Its your time to SHINE! This is the perfect opportunity to showcase your amazing talents to the rest of Australia! Click here for information on how to register for an audition!
Who says you can’t make awesome music with cups and a great voice? Cause Rochelle Fejo Jeni Kekura sure can – take a look at this!
ARTIST CALL OUT! City of Darwin’s National Youth Week: Youth Hub At the heart of the City of Darwin’s 2013 National Youth Week celebration is the Youth Hub – a program of arts, cultural and recreational activities for young people by young people. It showcases the talents and interests of young people in Darwin and [...]
What is SMILE? SMILE is a youth group for same-sex attracted and gender diverse young people. It’s just started this month thanks to Headspace Top End and the Northern Territory Aids and Hepatitis Council. This group is for you if you… Identify as bisexual, gay, lesbian, queer, intersex, transgender, pansexual, asexual, or anything in between. [...]