When Brad wakes up on his sixteenth birthday he is all set for a day to remember, the next 24 hours will prove to be one he’ll never forget.
Premiere 17th July, South Devon College, Long Road, Paignton, TQ4 7EJ
Doors open 7.00pm Film starts 7.30
Entrance is Free
Our latest film, Tagline, premieres at Torquay Museum,529 Babbacombe Rd, TQ1 1HG on Friday 26th September 7.30 (Doors at 6.45)
No entry charge, but donations gratefully received.
email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve tickets
Set in Torbay, the film follows the fortunes of a group of young people from the Bay as they begin to make their own way in life.
The film contains strong language.
The Cube Microplex, Dove Street South, Bristol BS2 8JB
17th October 2008 7.30 pm Admission £6 (£5 concession)
For directions and a map to the Cube click on the link here
Exeter Forum Theatre (EFT) is a W+W project which provides arts opportunities for homeless, ex-homeless and vulnerably housed people. We also train people
who have experienced homelessness in acting and faciliation skills and then design and deliver innovative training days for a range of settings including conferences, alcohol and drug workers, mental health services and housing staff.
This spring we will be running the fourth of our Street Music courses in Exeter.
The course is a 12 week structured programme of creative, technical and cultural hip-hop music education for young people aged 14 – 25 who are out of, or at risk of being excluded from formal education, training or employment.
The course covers:
• Music theory and composition.
• History of music and music culture.
• Song writing techniques and lyrical content.
• Music technology and uses of computer software
• Digital Illustration and Graphic design
Our two year women’s arts project culminated with two breathtaking and awe-inspiring performances in the main auditorium at the Exeter Phoenix.
The show an original devised story was created by women drawn together from across Exeter and working together over a three month period. It focuses around the discovery of an old case by a member of staff at a care home. The staff can’t resist the temptation to look inside. What they find is a story, a story told in pictures of the sometimes ordinary, sometimes extraordinary life of Connie.