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Week-long Devising Residency at UoC

 

 

In the February half-term Bootworks spent a week working Musical Theatre students on a new module called ‘Devising for Theatre’ at The University of Chichester. Students learned the basic principles of devising whilst nurturing their own ideas. By the end of the week the students had made 3x 20 minute pieces of new theatre work.
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Children’s Arts Week workshop

We would like to invite you to a summer themed storytelling and craft workshop, filled with lots of imagination and glitter! It’s being hosted by Engage, as part of Children’s Arts Week and held at the Theatre Studios at The University of Chichester.

Dates: Saturday 21st

Times: 10:30-12:00 & 13:00-14:30

Target audience ages: 5-7, Families

Education Coordinator Sophia, leading a craft workshop with Children in Cairo

Education Coordinator Sophia, leading a craft workshop

with Children in Cairo.

Booking is required for this event. Please contact our Education Coordinator Sophia at: sophia@bootworkstheatre.co.uk or on: 07779969698

Bookings must be made by 20 June

This event is open to the public.

For more information about Engage, and Children’s Arts Week, go HERE

For details on how to get to the University, go HERE

 

Book Now Available.

And just in case you didn’t catch our last newsletter, Bootworks’ own Robert Daniels (joint Artistic director) released his first curated book on DIY performance. With contributions by over 30 arts practitioners (and collectives) giving their take on what DIY performance means to them. You can purchase a copy of the book on CPR Books or Amazon.

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Children’s show back on tour.

As apart of the Collaborative Touring Network’s Take Out season with the Battersea Arts Centre we will be touring the Incredible Book Eating Boy to six different venues across the UK. The show is a 5 minute performance for one parent/guardian and one child at a time based on Oliver Jeffers’ picture book. A trailer of The Incredible Book Eating Boy Black Box Performance can be seen HERE.

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Arts Council Funding Confirmed.

We have recently received the exciting news that Grants for the Arts, through Arts Council England, will be funding the final stage of development of Now Listen To Me Very Carefully; the second performance in our cult films trilogy.

We will also have a premier performance of Now Listen to Me Very Carefully at the Redbridge Drama Centre on the 25th June as apart of their Labyrinth Festival. To book tickets please visit their website.

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