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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;
Our family friendly comedy performance of Horace went down a storm on Wednesday, at the very first WEYA Festival in Nottingham.
It rained…then it poured, but the audience still roared with laughter!
Here are a few photos courtesy of Ian Dearman Media www.iandearmanmedia.co.uk
We are so excited for the Paralympics which open with a spectacular ceremony this evening (as we write).
Our contribution is having the finishing rehearsal touch ups as we speak! Come and see us perform HORACE at the East Midlands Olympiad and international festival – WEYA!
World Event Young Artists will provide fantastic creative exhibitions, performances, film and experiences across Nottingham City. Catch us on market square, Wednesday 12th September from 1pm.
Our unique, family friendly, comic ensemble performance, HORACE pays homage to the Olympics with a gold medal winning egg and spoon race! Don’t miss it!