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Contemporary Dance Performance Callout

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Contemporary Dance Performance Callout

Billingham International Folklore Festival of World Dance is looking for Contemporary Dance Performances as part of the Contemporary and South Asian Dance strands of their Festival Programme 2017.

Previous work showcased at the Festival has included:

Balbir Singh Dance Company, Eliot Smith Dance Company, Yuvel Soria, Vidya Patel and Connor Scott (BBC Young Dancer winners), Element Dance, ATMA Dance, Sonia Sabri Dance Company, Kiera Dance, Keneish Dance and Ballet Nimba.

Billingham International Folklore Festival of World Dance, is based in the most northerly town of Stockton-on-Tees and was established in 1965. The festivals main identity and focus is dance inspired by multicultural roots in its entire cultural spectrum, including reinterpretations of traditional dance through contemporary dance and other modern dance styles, social dance originating from World Cultures, contemporary dance fusion with Martial Arts, modern dance work inspired by World Cultural Heritage and Visual Arts. These elements are what make the festival unique.

The principal Festival funder is Stockton Borough Council, with support from Arts Council England.

Performance dates: between 12th and 19th August 2017

HOW TO APPLY

To apply please send the following information to Olga Maloney oninfo@billinghamfestival.co.ukby 10thJanuary 2017.

A proposal summary including description of the work, simple technical requirements and duration of the dance piece

Link to video footage of completed work

An artist/company biography or CV

Link to video footage of previous work

A performance fee will be available for selected companies.

For further information please visit:
www.billinghamfestival.co.uk

Make Yourself Comfortable: A drama based workshop

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As part of this years Pexmas events, we would like to invite you to an evening ofexploration of wellbeing through drama-based exercises for anyone and everyone!

Location: The Emporium 133 Rye Lane, SE15 4ST, Tuesday 13th December, 6pm-8pm.

This is a FREE event, you can sign up via brite:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-night-to-come-together-tickets-30169569996
Or feel free to just drop in!

Using the five ways to wellbeing framework we would like to invite participants to explore wellbeing and how we look after ourselves and others in a fast paced and competitive city environment. We will use drama-based exercises to explore connections, being active, taking notice, continual learning and giving as key to wellbeing with the intention of creating a toolbox through sharing and creating strategies together as a group.

CFS Alumni Shows: Sam Reynolds and Jasmine Lee

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Sam Reynolds (Samuel R) is an award-winning entertainer fusing forms from lip-sync to striptease and creating theatrical and accessible work which is playful, provocative, and direct. He has closedLatitude Festival's Cabaret Arena as part ofDuckie's headline show, performed inMiss Behave's Gameshow at theLondon WondergroundandDarwin Festival, and won Striptease Artist of the Year at theSexual Freedom Awards.


Sam will be debuting new work which may or may not include a genderfuck strip, Filipino rap mime, and a double act with Jasmine.

Jasmine Leepresents 'Praying Mantis Forever':

'What does it look like to pray forever?
I'm not sure what was written in that letter
Kept close in ashes
Where should the teeth go when grandmother dies
Back to the earth
To the house of growth'

Jasmine Lee is an interdisciplinary artist interested in camouflage, ritual and memory. Her work is intimate and trans-formative, often with an element of interaction. She has performed at various venues and festivals such asGlastonbury Festival, Latitude, andSomerset House. 'Praying Mantis Forever' is a new piece in progress where a daughter is sacrificed in tribute to three generations of women.

DJScarlett Lassoffwill also take to the post-show decks and play pop, K-Pop, J-Pop, hip-hop and more!

Doors 7pm | Show 8pm | Afterparty 9pm | 5

Carneskys Finshing School is proud to name some of the UKs most exciting emerging and established artists in its Alumni. At CFS Soho we are providing a platform for their bold new work every Tuesday throughout our Soho residency. Until January 2017,#CFSSohois an alternative stage school, exhibition space and cabaret venue in the heart of Soho. Run byCarnesky Productionsin conjunction with Associate ArtistJohn Lee Birdand Bethnal Green Working Men's Club.

CFS Soho is supported byCRYING OUT LOUD, Soho Estates andArts Council England.

Facebook Event page-https://www.facebook.com/events/380137248992327/?notif_t=plan_user_joine...

Call for submissions | FIRST BITE Festival 2017

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Applications are now open for China Plate's eclectic festival of scratch performance - FIRST BITE 2017. Teaming up with key Midlands partners; mac birmingham, In Good Company and Warwick Arts Centre. FIRST BITE will take place across three events in 2017 at Attenborough Arts Centre (Leicester), Derby Theatre and mac birmingham. The festival provides Midlands based artists/companies with a platform to show work in progress and test out new ideas.

Three of the pieces seen across the festival events will be commissioned by our festival partners, receive financial support and mentoring from China Plate leading up to guaranteed slots at Bite Size Festival at Warwick Arts Centre in October 2017.

Deadline for applications: Monday 23rd January 2017

For more information and how to apply

Playwrights Circle

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Monday 5th December, 7.30pm at The Bread & Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ London

A friendly and supportive circle in which playwrights can share their work and work-in-progress, run by The Bread & Roses Theatre once a month.

The Bread & Roses Theatre Company has been developing and supporting new writers since 2012; and since the launch of the theatre in November 2014 the venue has also established itself as a popular place for quality new writing, amongst both playwrights as well as audiences.

The in-house Playwrights Circle is an opportunity to share up to 10 minutes of a new play, this can be a short play in its entirety or an extract from a longer piece. Our focus lies on the circle sharing their work and providing supportive and constructive feedback for one another.

Furthermore, it is also an opportunity to introduce your work to the Bread & Roses Theatre's team. We will amongst others be looking out for new short plays for future instalments of our scratch night The Platform, and also welcome those wanting to put forward proposals for our programming to bring along excerpts of their plays.

The evening will run from 7.30pm to about 9.30pm, including a break. Doors open from 7.15pm at which point people can also register for a slot later in the night. We will do our best to fit everyone in. If you want your play or excerpt to be read on the night please also remember to bring several copies (depending on how many characters there are).

Directors, actors, producers and other creatives interested in discovering new plays and the theatre are also more than welcome to come along!


Networking Event

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Monday 12th December, 7.30pm at The Bread & Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ London

The Bread & Roses Theatre invites all theatre-makers to a free Meet & Greet and Networking Event. Not even yet two years old, the venue has established its place on the London fringe theatre scene, received awards, launched several in-house competitions for playwrights and theatre-makers as well as supported over 140 theatre companies. Whilst The Bread & Roses Theatre and pub are separate businesses and we rent the space from the pub and receive no money from any bar sales, we are still offering the theatre free of upfront charge and companies always take home between 50% and 70% of the box office income.

The theatre keeps on growing and developing, constantly gaining new audiences, upgrading the technical equipment and increasing its outreach and coverage in the press and media (including online, newspapers, radio and television) and most recently has started offering an alternate programming slot, giving even more companies the opportunity to present their work at the venue.From 2017 onwards, The Bread & Roses Theatre is also considering proposals to be co-produced by the theatre for the first time.

We now invite all theatre makers to a Q&A with Artistic Director Tessa Hart and Managing Director Rebecca Pryle, who have developed the theatre space since 2012.Come and find out about the venue's journey so far as well as plans for the future. Chat to the directors about putting forward a proposal and producing a show at The Bread & Roses Theatre. Hear what the venue can offer and find out what we are looking for from companies applying to use the space.There will also be an opportunity on the night to chat to the directors personally as well as to view the space, equipment and facilities available. We will also provide further details and answer any questions about the upcoming !

FREE ENTRY but limited seats, so please RSVP by emailing

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