Hello one and all and welcome back to ‘A Rural Review.’ First of all we want to start by saying Eid Mubarak to all our Muslim readers, in Britain and the wider world, we wish you well! It has been an excellent week here at Rural Arts, with exciting announcements and fun activities galore – so let’s kick off with…
Create Tour Funding
Here at Rural Arts, every week is one filled with at least some excitement and joy, but there is some news that really makes a week stand out. This week was one of those weeks. We are hugely excited to announce that the Arts Council have awarded Rural Arts funding to continue and develop our young people’s project Create Tour. For those who don’t know, our Create Tour gives young people in the region the chance to work with a professional performance company, create their own show and then tour it around local venues free of charge. This funding not only helps us to continue this project into 2019- but this development will also allows to bring new exciting diverse work to our lovely community. We really can’t wait to get started! To read about ours, and all other successful applications to the fund, please click HERE.
|The young people with their amazing creations!
What’s coming up
|We can’t wait!
Only 6 days to go! Yes only 6 days until you can come to the Courthouse and hear the beautiful, sweet, smooth sounds of this fantabulous Jazz band creating unadulterated joy in your ears (we don’t think we overdid this at all..) The best part? You can get this experience at no set fee – you just pay what you think or can afford at the end of the show. So come and see Manjula next Thursday, and be wowed by their improvising and many different musical influences – it promises to be an amazing night. Tickets can be reserved (which we strongly suggest you do so you do not end up disappointed!) HERE.
|You could be just a stone’s throw away from making this!
|All the world’s a….
Wow some of the Shakespeare puns were truly terrible weren’t they? Ah well never mind, we made it through another post, so All’s Well that Ends Well! We hope to see you next week for another Rural Review – thanks very much for reading.