Home Is Where The He(ART) Is is all about bringing us all a little closer together, whilst we are apart.
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2nd June 2020
We all have unique sounds in our own homes, ones which may have surrounded us for years. But how many have we really took time to pause and value? How many contribute to our own happiness? What about sounds we have never noticed before prior to the lockdown. In this unique situation we now have time to be sonic detectives in our own homes.
The Listening Passport will allow for immersive and reflective listening to the isolated environment, helping to gather assets and the responses from this will allow sound artist Justin Wiggan to produced a national sound map of listening life under isolation, this sound piece will then be shared on all platforms and broadcasted on radio .
A unique, massive artist and public collaboration which will become a historic document for the future.
Click the title link above to learn more or check out the project on the Listening Passport Instagram page.
Arts Council England value the importance of creativity for children, which needs to be nurtured now more than ever. This is why, thanks to support from the National Lottery, they’ve been distributing art activity packs to 25,000 children and young people across the country.
The Let’s Create packs are aimed at primary and secondary school-aged children who are currently most in need of support, and contain easy-to-follow creative activities developed in partnership with 2018 Global Teacher Prize winner, Andria Zafirakou.
Modern-day Cornish fisherman Martin (Edward Rowe) is struggling to buy a boat while coping with family rivalry and the influx of London money, Airbnb and stag parties to his harbour village. The summer season brings simmering tensions between the locals and newcomers to boiling point, with tragic consequences.
Stunningly shot on a vintage 16mm camera using monochrome Kodak stock, Mark Jenkin’s Bait is a timely and funny, yet poignant new film that gets to the heart of a community facing up to unwelcome change.
Join Plymouth Arts Cinema for their Sofa Cinema where you can watch this award winning local film and chat about it with fellow film-goers on their Facebook page after the event.
“This will be the first summer in 40 years that Miracle hasn’t been able to bring live theatre to the nooks and crannies of Cornwall, the Scilly Isles and the South West. We hope these films will bring back some happy memories and go some way towards filling the gap!” said Miracle’s Artist Director Bill Scott
Miracle Theatre will release a new production FREE to watch online from 7pm on the 1st Monday of each month throughout Spring and Summer 2020!
Each show will available to view for 30 days via Miracle Theatre’s YouTube channel from 7pm on its release date.
Inspired by The Unicorn's 2019 five-star hit show, Anansi the Spider, about the infamous mischief-maker and master spinner of yarns, they have adapted these classic West African and Caribbean tales for Unicorn Online. Made with film partner, Illuminations, they've creatively responded to the current situation - the cast filmed themselves in their own homes so that The Unicorn can bring them to yours!
This fun online performance, featuring music, song and humour is an exciting new adventure for children aged 3 - 8, streamed for free in partnership with The Guardian. Each episode is released on a Saturday and is available to watch for 3 weeks only. Episode 1 is available to watch now until June 20th.
Graeae are thrilled to announce their critically acclaimed box office hit musical Reasons To Be Cheerful is available FREE, via online streaming on YouTube from 3rd June through to 3rd August.
Following nationwide tours, concert versions across the world and a performance at the London 2012 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony, Reasons To Be Cheerful by Paul Sirett, with music by Ian Dury and The Blockheads is back; this time online, delivered directly to you in the comfort of your own home.
A selection of full length Old Vic archive recordings of selected productions since Matthew Warchus became Artistic Director in 2015 will be hosted for free on The Old Vic’s YouTube channel. This will give audiences the chance to revisit loved collector’s item productions, or watch for the first time.
The first show to air will be A Monster Calls, The Old Vic in association with Bristol Old Vic, Jonathan Church Productions & Global Creatures’ Olivier Award-winning production. First seen on stage in 2018, Patrick Ness’ piercing novel, inspired by an idea from Siobhan Dowd, was brought to The Old Vic by visionary director Sally Cookson. The production, featuring the original cast, will go live at 7pm on Friday 5 June and will be available to watch until Thursday 11 June.
The Shows Must Go On Youtube Channel has been streaming full length musicals throughout the lockdown period. It's time for another...
Peter Pan Live starring Christopher Walken and Allison Williams will be available to view from 5 June.
The 2014 televised version of the 1954 Broadway musical will be available for 48 hours. It has music by Moose Charlap and Jule Styne, with lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, Betty Comden and Adolph Green. The 2014 production added new numbers and restored a song that had been cut from the show before its Broadway premiere.
It stars Allison Williams as Peter Pan, Christopher Walken as Captain Hook, Kelli O'Hara as Mrs Darling, Christian Borle as Mr Smee and Taylor Louderman as Wendy, with Minnie Driver acting as Narrator.
A perfect treat for the whole family!
We have new blog posts from two of our Senior Youth Dance members this week, Jacy & Evie, plus another update from Youth Theatre's Mia. Have a look about how life in lockdown is affecting our young performers.