Free workshop – Light at the End of the Tunnel

The Light at the End of the Tunnel • How do you be creative under the pressures of day to day life? • How do you focus on one great idea when you have dozens flying around in your head? • At the other end of the scale, how do you break out of a creative block? This workshop, which combines fun and good sense, will give you some tools and insights to use when you find yourself hitting a creative br ...[Read More]

PANDA Spotlight On Working Internationally

PANDA Spotlight On Working Internationally in partnership with Brewery Arts Centre Date: Thursday 2nd September 2010, 2.00pm – 5.00pm Venue: Brewery Arts Centre, 122A Highgate, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 4HE Cost: Free Finding, planning and funding performing arts work and tours abroad. Performing Arts Network and Development Agency (PANDA) have teamed up with our regional partner Brewery Arts Centre to ...[Read More]

Spotlight On Opportunities in Film for Performing Arts Practitioners

Date: Thursday 3rd June 2010, 3.00pm – 6.00pm Venue: Grosvenor Museum, 25-27 Grosvenor Street, Chester, CH1 2DD (map and directions: Cost: Free Why and how to make the transition from stage to screen. Performing Arts Network and Development Agency (PANDA) have teamed up with our regional partner Chester Performs to deliver this free panel event, open to anyone working in the ...[Read More]

Big Dance Bubble

The Big Dance Bubble Portavilion 2010 launch Thursday 20 May – 2.30-7pm Potters Fields Park, Tooley Street, London SE1 2NE The Big Dance Bubble launches its tour of London with an event by Siobhan Davies Dance, UP Projects, Southwark Council and Sadler’s Wells. Create: A Big Dance Bubble choreographic challenge Siobhan Davies Dance hosts Create, a choreographic workshop that challenges dance ...[Read More]

Art and craft workshop deliverers

Exciting new opportunity to run your own creative workshop in excellent creative arts facilities. We are looking for enthusiastic local artists to become part of the artSpaceWorkshops team. artSpaceWorkshops is a new company, based in the heart of the Lace Market, offering one and two day creative workshops. Held on Saturdays and during summer holidays, we provide unique leisure experiences in a v ...[Read More]

Copyright seminar for the advertising industries

When: 30.03.10 at 15:00 Where: Millican Room, Central Square, Forth Street, Newcastle, NE1 3PJ Whether you’re new or experienced within the advertising industry you need to protect your copyright. Your original work has great potential value, but keeping hold of this asset or being paid appropriately can be challenging. This event will help you answer important questions about copyright and ...[Read More]


Fun and informal activities in foyer from 4pm. Concert starts at 4.30pm BCMG, Stan’s Cafe and composer Michael Wolters present a bite-sized interactive concert for young people aged 7 and above and their families. The concert will explore one or two pieces of music from their evening performance of I See With My Eyes Closed. Families@4 is a new BCMG concert series for young people and families whi ...[Read More]

Crash Course in Film Making Workshop

Workshop: Samuel Dore – Crash Course in Film Making Thursday 11 March 09.00am – 1.00pm at British Film Institute Southbank Samuel will run through the basics of film making. You will learn how a script is developed and how a scene is set by an award-winning film maker. Samuel will talk about where he gets his ideas from and give you all the inspiration you need to start making your own ...[Read More]

Scripting Futures

Script is delighted to announce a programme of screenwriting activity over the next few months. The programme is funded by Screen WM and delivered in partnership with Red Room Films, Animation Forum West Midlands and Hello Digital. The programme is aimed at writers who would like to develop their skills and learn the tools of the trade. With topics ranging from laying out your screenplay, to writi ...[Read More]

Birmingham gets Impro

So there I was Googling to find an Impro group to join in Birmingham. Although I use a lot of Theatre Improvisation techniques in my training work, it’s a long time since I had just done any Impro just for fun.  I decided to find a local group, hook up with them, stretch my skills, maybe learn some new games.  To my great shock and surprise, there was nothing.  Nada.  Nechevo niet.  Zip.  It seems ...[Read More]

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