JABALA AND THE JINN IS A 50 MINUTE PLAY BY WRITER ASIF KHAN FOR 5 - 12 YEAR OLDS AND THEIR FAMILIES WHICH USES PHYSICAL THEATRE, MUSIC AND NEW WRITING TO TELL THE STORY OF A LITTLE GIRLS PLAYFUL AND ADVENTUROUS ENCOUNTER WITH A VERY CHEEKY JINN.
“Asif Khan's well-written play draws the audience in with this charming adventurous tale, both children and adults alike will be captivated by this heart-warming story.” West End Best Friend
We are seeking enthusiastic student instrumentalists and singers to take part in Turtle Opera Bristol
OCT - NOV 2022
This is a wonderful opportunity to be involved in a high-quality community arts project and to learn music workshop facilitation skills from professionals.
KEY WORDS IS A FREE PLAYWRITING PROJECT FOR 11 - 14 YEAR OLDS WHO HAVE DYSLEXIA OR OTHER CHALLENGES WITH WRITING.
Over the course of 10 after school workshops, using games and drama activities, the participants will develop their own play with the help of a professional writer and a director. The plays will be performed by professional actors in the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre Studio. Each play will be printed as a paperback and given to the writer.
DO YOU WANT TO JOIN KEY CLUB? THEN PLEASE FILL OUT THE ONLINE APPLICATION.
Key Club is a FREE creative arts and social club for young people on the autism spectrum. The members meet once a month at The Lyric, Hammersmith on a Saturday from September to June. They participate in a creative workshop and share refreshments and social time.
“If there was no Key Club I don't think I'd be the same person I am today. I don't know what would have happened to get me out of the house and interacting with people, especially people my own age.”
TURTLE SONG IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO COMPOSE AND SING YOUR OWN SONGS WITH A PROFESSIONAL COMPOSER, DIRECTOR & MUSICIANS. IT IS A PROJECT FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH MEMORY PROBLEMS AND ALL FORMS OF DEMENTIA AND FOR THEIR COMPANIONS (HUSBANDS/WIVES/CARERS). FREE TO ALL PARTICIPANTS.
“Turtle Song was a musical performance of pure wonder and fun, after weeks of collaboration, rehearsals, writing music, lyricising, tea drinking and luxury biscuit scoffing for people of varying ages all of whom are living with dementia. It was beautiful, fun and enlivening. I was so touched by the effort and love that the organisers/founders of this event and the music students put into this performance.” DAUGHTER OF A PARTICIPANT