Live Performances

Here's a list of our forthcoming Live events, we hope to see you there!

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BBC
Culture in Quarantine

Culture In Quarantine across television, radio and online, will give the nation access to the arts at a time when we need it the most. Providing extraordinary access to shuttered exhibitions, performances and museums, a virtual book festival and much more besides. The BBC mission is to increase access to the arts, at a time when the buildings that support them are closed, and to support artists and arts organisations in the process. Virtual festival of the arts includes: Extraordinary access to shuttered exhibitions and performances around the country Emergency fund with Arts Council England to support independent artists A virtual book festival curated with Kit de Waal A puppet show from Margaret Atwood for Front Row Late Bac Beatbox Academy’s hit show Frankenstein Classic Shakespeares with the RSC A brand new play from David Greig To view: CLICK HERE

Louise Jordan
Florence

THURSDAY 16 JULY, 2.30PM Arts [email protected] A curated bi – monthly series of performance work to enjoy at home, but experience collectively with others, joining together for a shared post show chat or response. Sit back, watch a matinee performance and join in the conversation after the show. Songwriter and performer Louise Jordan will share extracts from ‘Florence’, a one-woman show which shines a light on Florence Nightingale’s pioneering work as a statistician and reformer. The performance will be followed by a live Q&A with Louise. Suitable for 14+ Email [email protected] to get a private link to join the post show Live conversations at 3.30pm. A link to the show will follow shortly. In the meantime, here's Louise to introduce it…

Age Range: 14+

www.louisejordan.co.uk

Northern Ballet
Northern Ballet's Little Red Riding hood

THURSDAY 6 AUGUST, 2.30PM Arts [email protected] A curated bi – monthly series of performance work to enjoy at home, but experience collectively with others, joining together for a shared post show chat or response. The big bad wolf is soppy rather than scary in Northern Ballet’s sweet retelling of the fairytale. He wouldn’t dream of eating gran and ends up invited to a jolly tea party instead. A spring tour of the production has been cancelled but there is a version adapted for CBeebies online. An attractive introduction to ballet’s magic. Suitable for all. After watching the ballet draw a picture of a character from Little Red Riding Hood and share it with Arts Alive; take a photo and email it to [email protected] where we will put it on our Facebook pages. To view on BBC iplayer: CLICK HERE

Age Range: All ages

Puppet State Theatre
The Man Who Planted Trees

THURSDAY 20 AUGUST, 2.30PM Arts [email protected] A curated bi – monthly series of performance work to enjoy at home, but experience collectively with others, joining together for a shared post show chat or response. Sit back, watch a matinee performance and join in the conversation after the show. Award winning Puppet State Theatre kindly share a recording of their show The Man who Planted Trees, recorded at The Edinburgh Fringe 2019. This classic environmental tale is a blend of comedy, puppetry and inspiring storytelling. Join the company for a post- show discussion about the performance. Suitable for 7+ Email [email protected] to get a private link to join the Live conversations with Richard Medrington, storyteller and performer in the show, at 3.45pm A link to the show will follow shortly. In the meantime, here's a peek at the trailer...

Age Range: Adults & children age 7+

www.puppetstate.com
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