Home Is Where The He(ART) Is is all about bringing us all a little closer together, whilst we are apart.
Sit back and relax for our week three armchair entertainment, simply click on the title links below or pictures above to find out more.
19th May 2020
Local photographer Steve Tanner is compiling images of how we are staying in touch during the covid-19 pandemic. Whilst in isolation we are developing new ways of communicating and Steve has chosen to compile screen grabs of us doing just that. You can send your own images to join the project or just enjoy scrolling through the current collection. Each one has it's own story and is sure to raise a smile or two.
Take part in fun family dance workshops designed for children aged 2 to 6 years where they can learn how to balance or move like their favourite animal, or dance workshops for over 60s, inspired by the Sadler's Wells Company of Elders programme. A new Company of Elders workshop will be released every Wednesday, focusing on a different dance.
Watch the Young Vic’s hit ★★★★★ production of Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece, A Streetcar Named Desire, with Gillian Anderson, Vanessa Kirby and Ben Foster. Available from Thursday 21 May at 7.30pm. The National Theatre will release a new performance every Thursday, available to view for one week only.
A bang on the head during a cricket match at his boarding school has landed twelve-year-old Tom in the children’s ward of the spooky Lord Funt Hospital. Luckily, he’s not on his own with the child-hating Matron and the scary-looking Porter. George, Amber, Robin and Sally are in there too, and they’re not taking things lying down. When the lights go out and the clock strikes twelve, they’re off. But will they let new boy Tom join their forbidden midnight adventures through the hospital’s labyrinthine realm?
This inventive tale of fun, friendship and the importance of kindness is adapted from David Walliams's biggest selling children’s book of 2016. Available to view until 29 May.
A new interactive game theatre piece that you can play from the comfort of your own home. Exploring the climate crisis, self isolation and gambling with the planet’s future.
Hall For Cornwall are proud to be the virtual hosts for a stop on Kill the Cat's virtual tour. Book your place and join us for something a little bit different.
From all over the world, in these most challenging times, the Broadway cast of "Beautiful" wants you to know that "You've Got a Friend". A wonderful way to fill 5 minutes, a beautiful rendition of this heartwarming song from the Carole King musical hit.
Got little ones aged between 1-4? Here are some lovely 5 minute stories from Falmouth's Fit N Fun Kids Youtube channel. Kate brings the stories to life in a way that will have your little Lockdown companions hooked from start to finish. You might even have time to drink a hot cup of coffee!!
Over the coming weeks, our HFC Youth group members will be giving us a glimpse into how life is for them during Lockdown. On week one we hear from Mia Smith, a member of our Youth Theatre Seniors.
Hosted by our Associate Artist Scary Little Girls , Salon de la Vie is a fortnightly 15 – 20 minute extravaganza of songs, storytelling, merriment and conversation, focusing each time on an awe-inspiring, remarkable and brave human from the world of film, music, literature and history, drawing parallels with the achievements of activists today, to celebrate how people positively embody the change they want to see in the world, for themselves and for others.
Bringing bitesize chunks of feminism, merriment and conversation to lockdown - this fortnight brings 'From Freya to Fairytale' on Wednesday May 20th at 7.30pm. Watch live on the SLG Facebook page and catch up on the ones you have missed so far!