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Thanks to our wonderfully generous Kickstarter Crowd Fund Backers, along with The Arts Council of England, County Youth Arts, Nottinghamshire County Council and Browne Jacobson – our new play, ‘Love. Life. No Sat-Nav’, is now on its feet and fully in rehearsal at The Old Library Media and Arts Venue.
A HUGE shout out of THANK YOU’s go to…
Tony Kennick, Bob Lindsay, Bob Goody, Julia Sandhu, Dave Haylett, Beki Mahon, Benji Smith, Alison Dunne, Andy Dobb, Jim Shepley, Ben Birch, Jess Crooks, The Radfords, Becky Matter, The Williams Family & Jack, Alfie, Verity and Harry Panter.
Thank you from the bottom of our satellite navigation systems. Drop us a line to book your free complementary tickets email@example.com
We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in our Grants for the Arts application. HOORAH! We will receive funding from The Arts Council of England to explore and develop Unanima Theatre’s place within the arts sector.
We are also excited to share with you our new home. Unanima Theatre will now be Artists in Residence at The Old Library Arts Venue and Media Centre in Mansfield, the home of the formidable County Youth Arts who have been instrumental in Unanima’s inception and continuing success.
A new partnership with Vision West Nottinghamshire College and Create Theatre is also an exciting development and we hope to work with VWNC’s Performing Arts Graduates and current students as Early Career Artists.
Alongside organisational development, Unanima Theatre will invite new participants to research, develop, devise and present a brand new piece of theatre to be performed at various venues in Nottinghamshire and beyond.
BECOME A MEMBER
Unanima is an inclusive community theatre company with an ethos for integration. If you are a young person or adult aged 16+, with or without a learning disability, and you are interested in becoming part of our team, please get in touch.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter @unanimatheatre
DONATE TO OUR CROWD FUND
We will be launching a crowd fund very soon. If you would like to donate a pound or two, you would be making an amazing contribution to an innovative, inclusive theatre company.
If you are rich, you are welcome to donate as much as you like.
We are almost at the ‘pressing send and holding our breath with fingers and toes crossed,’ stage of our funding application.
Although we have been quiet recently, our Creative Producer – Tracy and Creative Director – Jayne, have been planning, prepping, attending training, developing and fundraising…lots of things with ‘ings’, including tweeting (on which we have just gathered our 500th follow = @hamletinlove).
So thank you for your patience. Please keep in touch and look out for some exciting Unanima news in the next few weeks.
A fantastic reminder of a wonderful summer.
Here’s an edit by www.iandearmanmedia.com of our fabulous storytellers who popped in to see us at Southwell Folk Festival in June.
Click here https://vimeo.com/70553062 for Story edit
Click here https://vimeo.com/69251256 for a song by the fabulous Jasper in the Company of Others
Come and see our Story Tree and tell it a tale or three!
Unanima Theatre are delivering a Heritage Lottery funded project.
Collecting Stories – instigated and managed by Southwell Care Project – is a participatory arts and heritage initiative, enabling adults with learning disabilities to explore their local heritage, collect and share stories and create a theatre/film installation based on the experience.
Check out the blog for Collecting Stories here,
Watch this hilarious short film and do a good deed at the same time!
Our fabulous founding member, Cissy is part of a women’s footie team in London and they are up for some fantastic sponsorship. Just watch and share the vid, each view gathers votes.
Can you spot our Creative Director in this Guardian article?
Follow the link;
Unanima Theatre helping to make a case for culture.
We only need £10,000 per year to make great art happen.
Can you help us?
Mis-quoted and slightly disgruntled!
If you read the article in yesterday’s Nottingham Evening Post (page 7 of Monday 24th September issue) we would like you to know that Jayne Lewis, our Creative Director, was mis-quoted. We were pleased to have an article in such a well known paper and the photograph looks great but it wasn’t the story we agreed to. Here is the actual press release which Jayne wrote;