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Kentish Town Community Centre is looking for volunteers with either performance or workshop experience to lead sessions at our new Older People’s Project. KTCC is a charity and a vital part of the local community, providing essential care and companionship to those who need it.

The project is designed to encourage our more mature community members to be more active both mentally and physically as well as provide them with some new and innovative experiences.

We are looking for artists or workshop leaders who can give a couple of hours of their time to come into our Centre and work with and/or entertain our project members at one of our sessions. This would be a very rewarding volunteering opportunity and a great way to start the New Year.

Whether you are a singer/musician looking to try out a new set, an artist who could run a workshop, a pub quiz host or a dance teacher who could tailor their class to a more mature audience, we would love to hear from you. All suggestions are appreciated and you would even be welcome to join us for lunch.

If you would like more information or you feel you could provide an enjoyable afternoon to our community members, please send us your details and a description of what you can do.

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Creating Theatre - An Intensive Lab

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Creating Theatre - An Intensive Lab

For performers, theatre makers, playwrights and composers - at any level of experience - with an interest in building a tool kit for devising theatre and finding their voice in a collaborative process

 

Presented by The Scenic Route with Masterclasses from

 

Tangled Feet 

(Award-winning, inspirational ensemble theatre... More)

 

Jason Carr

(Jason is an award-winning composer and orchestrator who, in addition to musical theatre, has composed incidental music for over 40 plays at the RNT, RSC, West End and Broadway...More)  

 

Nicholas McInerny

(Nicholas is an award-winning, prolific playwright, screen and scriptwriter...More)

 

About The Lab

 

As part of our platform to provide accessible opportunities to nurture new talent, The Scenic Route presents an intensive practical workshop exploring how to create original theatre collaboratively from scratch.

 

Through a series of masterclasses, practical exercises and rehearsals the group will investigate a range of techniques involved in devising a cross-disciplinary piece which brings together physical theatre, text and music.

 

The lab will culminate in a sharing of the work to an invited audience.

 

This is a rare opportunity to benefit from the combined expertise of respected practitioners, whilst practically applying their shared experience in a working ensemble.

 

Participants will take away a wealth of resources to build upon in future work, along with increased skill, confidence and understanding working in this form, plus connections with other artists.

 

The lab is open to both experienced and new artists alike, at any life stage, whether coming from a performance perspective, composition / musical direction, or playwriting.

 

(There is no requirement for all participants to perform)

 

Lab:

10am - 6pm

Monday 21st August to Saturday 26th August (inclusive)

@

LOST Theatre

208 Wandsworth Road

London SW8 2JU

 

Performances:

6pm - 10.30pm

Sunday 27th August and Monday 28th August

@

Drayton Arms Theatre

153 Old Brompton Road, London, Greater London, SW5 0LJ

 

Costs

(To make the opportunity as accessible as we can, costs have been subsidised by The Scenic Route)

£210

(Applications will be considered in the order that they are received)

Click here for more information and to apply

Deadline: 
07/14/2017
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