It’s a Wonderful Life is currently touring village halls in England and Wales until 1 February 2015. With just over a week to go, Hilary Fraser, promoter at Swallowfield Parish Hall, has written us a blog about about her love for the theatre, the role of a promoter and how It’s a Wonderful Life was received in Swallowfield. For more information on the tour and booking tickets for the show visit It’s a Wonderful Life.
Brighton Dome have a great opportunity for artists to participate in a work in development platform, see below for more details…
The Works is an opportunity for artists to present their work in development on Wed 4 Mar 2015. The particular focus is cross-artform and interdisciplinary exploration across theatre, dance and music.
At the heart of The Works is a dialogue between artists and audiences. It is an opportunity for artists to seek the opinions of the audience they wish to attract, and an opportunity for people who care about performance to engage in collective dramaturgy, supporting artists to envisage the choices and possibilities available to them.
Unlimited is a scheme for arts by disabled artists, managed by Artsadmin and Shape, funded by Arts Council England, Arts Council Wales, Creative Scotland and Spirit of 2012 to create high quality, extraordinary art by disabled artists and get that work seen by diverse audiences.
We are inviting England, Scotland and Wales based disabled artists and companies with a strong track record in their artistic field to apply to create and present new work, across all art forms.