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As always we hope you find something useful.
NEW THIS WEEK
(If the deadline is still open after a week, the opportunity will move into Ongoing, below.)
The North West Sound Archive and Collective Encounters, with More Music and Brighter Sound present - Demo Tapes – a 6-week project for 13 – 18 yr-olds who want to remix, sample and be inspired by protest songs of the past to make music about the issues of today. No computer, music software or instrumental skill is necessary. Workshops will happen in person, with a robust COVID risk assessment in place. There will also be an opportunity to perform the works in Manchester.
Workshops will take place on Mondays from the 7th June until 5th July. For more information about the project and to apply, follow the link here.
Deadline: 5pm on Wednesday 2nd June.
Collective Encounters also have a range of workshops available at the moment on a donation based system. Check out the Eventbrite for more information and to see what's available here.
Open Drama Uk are Drama teachers, theatre practitioners and industry experts seeking an innovative way to engage with other like-minded individuals and organisations across the UK. Membership is free and open to all across the UK who are working within the theatre industry or in Drama education. Their website (here) provides lots of free resources connected to Drama Teaching at various levels, and they currently have an event in association with Graeae Theatre Company discussing and exploring their Ensemble Training programme and work in solidarity to nurture talent and break down barriers for young, aspiring theatre makers. To register for the FREE event follow the link here.
FORM is a monthly event form The Unity Theatre on the first Thursday for everyone keen to expand their theatrical horizons. Think a book club, but with recordings of shows rather than books.
You will be sent a recording of a show, and two weeks later you will discuss it with the focus on form as opposed to plot.
This is a space to connect with new people, share your thoughts & ideas and learn from each other’s experiences.
FORM is free and is part of the Unity’s Creative’pool programme.
For more details and to sign up follow the link here.
RAWD is a disabled theatre company set up with a focus to enable, enhance & engage disabled artists across the Merseyside borough. They hold weekly sessions in Birkenhead are currently accepting new members. The sessions run on a Wednesday from 6.30pm - 9.30pm and cost £12 per session. For more information about the company and to apply, follow the link here.