Added to Creative Stoke, 25th November 2010Posted: November 25, 2010
Standing Tone Performing Arts Company — located in Stafford — is offering an opportunity to aspiring contemporary dancers in Staffordshire. Hold Out is a performance at the The Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford, and is based on the paths that we walk through life from childhood to the elderly. The performance will consist of four music tracks which will correlate with he stages of life: childhood; teenage; adulthood; elderly. You must also be free to rehearse every Monday starting from the 17th January till the performance date of Tuesday 29th March, excluding the 21st February for half term.There will be a small charge of £4 per week for the workshop session. These will be held at the Copeland suite in the Gatehouse, from 7pm-9pm. If you are interested in this great opportunity then send your details and a couple of lines to say why you would be perfect for this great opportunity to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject HOLD OUT! Please make sure that you are free for all of the workshop classes:
Audition: January 17th 2011.
Workshops are every Monday:
January 2011 – 24th, 31st.
February 2011 – 7th, 14th, 28th.
March 2011 – 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th.
Performance Date: 29th March 2011.
Staffordshire University’s Creative Writing Dept. runs a monthly open microphone event at the White Star pub in Stoke-upon-Trent (Stoke town) on the first Tuesday of each month. The organisers welcome spoken-word artists, musicians, and performers of all kinds. The next event is Tuesday 7th December 2010. For enquiries please contact: email@example.com
Fancy a taxpayer-funded trip to SXSW 2011 — the annual music, film, and interactive conference and festival held in Austin, Texas? Those who work in the film, music or interactive media sectors in the West Midlands are invited to come along on 1st December 2010 to the Fazeley Studios in Birmingham, to hear more about the West Midlands’ Creative Mission to SXSW 2011. This is an opportunity to speak to the organisers about the mission, find out how to apply, and ask any questions you have.
The National Symposium for the Participatory and Community Arts is a one-day event on Monday 29th November at The Crossing at St Pauls, Walsall. The event is free. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07984 199477 to book.
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Would you like to be an observer at one of the Burslem-based Urban Vision’s Design Review Panel sessions? If you are interested in taking part or would like to know more about what our Design Review service can provide, please visit the DRP web page or download the Observers Programme factsheet (PDF link). Forthcoming Panel Dates are: Thursday 16th December 2010 / Thursday 20th January 2011.