July 2010 News

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Play in a Week

This year’s The Buzz Youth Arts Festival already has a “house full” sign on the Play In A Week being promoted by the Duck Egg Theatre Company at Scunthorpe’s John Leggott College between Monday, August 9 and Friday, August 13.

But would be thespians can still put their name down for places at Shooting Fish’s Play In A Week which takes place the same week, between 10am and 3pm, at The Base in Church Square.

Using the planet and the environment as a starting point Shooting Fish will be working frantically to develop a play in a week and if you don’t fancy getting on stage then you can direct, write scripts, plan lights or costume and loads more!

The cost is £10 for the five days and it is aimed at young people aged 11 years and over.  Bring a packed lunch.

For more details go to www.thebuzzwebsite.co.uk

Taiko Drumming

Want to be a drummer?  Come along to the Taiko Drumming workshops organised as part of Scunthorpe’s The Buzz Youth Arts Festival.

Professional percussionist Lisa Oliver will be leading these workshops for all abilities which will lead to a performance at The Plowright Theatre in Scunthorpe.

The workshops take place at John Leggott College, Scunthorpe on Wednesday August 4 to Friday August 6 and again on Monday August 9 and Tuesday August 10, all from 1pm to 3pm.

Cost of the week-long workshops is just £5 for the week and they are open to anyone aged eight years and over.

The performance takes place on Wednesday, August 11, at 7pm with rehearsals from 3.30pm to 6pm the same day.

For more details go to www.thebuzzwebsite.co.uk

Junk Percussion

Learn to make your own instruments from everyday objects and learn how to play in a band with Ian Riggall in a week-long programme of workshops at John Leggott College starting on Monday, August 2 and ending on Friday, August 6.

At the end of the workshops, run as part of The Buzz Youth Arts Festival, there is the opportunity to showcase newly found drumming skills at The Plowright Theatre in Scunthorpe on Wednesday, August 11, with the performance starting at 7pm with rehearsals running from 3.30pm to 6pm.

For more details go to www.thebuzzwebsite.co.uk

Fun Drama Sessions at Crowle

Local theatre company, Duck Egg Theatre Company, is holding an acting boot camp for budding performers to increase confidence and learn new skills at Crowle Youth Centre as part of The Buzz Youth Arts Festival.

The boot camp, aimed at young people aged 11 years and over, runs from Tuesday August 3 to Thursday August 5 from 10.30am to 3pm and the cost is just £6 for the three sessions.  Please bring a packed lunch.

For more details go to www.thebuzzwebsite.co.uk

Manga Drawing Workshops

Come along and learn how to draw in the Manga style as part of The Buzz Youth Arts Festival. Illustrate the winning story from The Buzz story writing competition during these Manga workshops.

And the stories will be printed so you can have your own copy to take home.

The workshops take place on Monday, July 26 and Wednesday, July 28, from 10am to 12 noon for young people aged eight to 11 years and from 1pm to 3pm for those aged 12 years and over.

The workshops are taking place at 20-21, Church Square in Scunthorpe and cost just £1 per session.

For more details go to www.thebuzzwebsite.co.uk

For more information on any event in The Buzz Youth Arts Festival contact Janine Knight on 01652 660380 or email janine@the-ropewalk.co.uk

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