Added to Creative Stoke, 7th April 2011Posted: April 7, 2011
The organisers of this year’s Penkhull Mysteries are calling for performers interested in appearing in a staging of The Book of Ruth. The performance will take place on 9th July 2011 on the village green at Penkhull, Stoke-on-Trent. They’re also looking for potential sponsors. They already have some of the performers they need, but Creative Stoke understands that recruiting for actors and backstage hands is still underway for a little while longer. Selected performers will need to be available for rehearsals from 7th May 2011. Interested? Call Greg Stephens on: 01782 871691.
The Burslem School of Art, in the north of Stoke-on-Trent, now has several rooms and studios to let…
* Art studio (unit) — small and therefore cost-effective — suitable for media, arts, business.
* Training rooms — large, well serviced and can either be one suite or two as its served by a full acoustic partition. Would suit offices, training, etc.
* Large Studios — beautiful rooms benefiting from on street access with excellent light and original features. suitable as studios, offices, shop, training, galleries etc.
The pricing ranges, and the School can discuss this if there is an interest. But all spaces benefit from: staff car parking; managed workspace, so effectively the School operates a “front of house service”; low rents; low costs (heating, plus rates-subsidy included); beautiful circulation space (galleries etc) that is cool in the summer; coffee shop and restaurant conservatory.
The tenancy is an “easy in/out”, being done on a monthly license rather than a binding long-term lease. This is advantage for projects or temporary programs, etc. If anyone is interested please get in touch with the office and arrange to the spaces/chat about the services.
Having a spring clean-out? Found some creative surplus to sell? Staffordshire Adult Autistic Society is inviting you to sell items on eBay for the benefit of the charity. SAAS was set up by Kevin Healey, Stoke-on-Trent’s Citizen of the Year 2006. Proceeds will benefit events such as support services and the SAAS conference in June 2011.
Tickets are now available for the major re:claim event at the former Spode factory in Stoke town.
Advantage West Midlands’ ICT Cluster is launching itself as an independent organisation following the replacement of the AWM regional development agency. The organisation advises technology-focused businesses in the region, putting them in contact with commercial partners, support agencies and researchers in universities. It will now change its name to ICTWM and will offer support through its website, networking opportunities, and an online directory.
Added to the Directory: The Academy of Theatre Arts, based in Stoke-on-Trent.