Our creative collaboration with Chickenshed Theatre is continuing in 2023, starting with a taster workshop on 17th March.
This intergenerational theatre project under the umbrella of THE LOST RECORDS theme, will explore how music moves us, captures memories that tingle the senses and takes us to places we had forgotten. No experience is necessary.
The Lost Records is a seven-month community arts project, led by The Space Between Us Programme from Chickenshed. It explores how we connect our stories to music, using movement, drama, visual arts, writing and film.
These workshops, led by the Chickenshed directing team, will bring local people into the heart of the artistic process to enrich individual lives. All contributions will be captured and treasured and go towards the final performances in Summer 2023 at Chickenshed Theatre in North London.
People of all abilities, ages and backgrounds are welcome to participate.
There will be a series of workshops this year under the lost records theme. Local community members, arts practitioners and support staff can all contribute to the summer festival.
However people decide to become involved, they will be able to enjoy connecting with others and forging friendships through the enlightening process of sharing stories and working with questions, such as:
- Do you remember the song that changed you, the track that takes you back to a place you had forgotten, the album you treasure for reasons only you know?
- What does our music say about who we are and how we have lived life?
The sessions are very gentle, encouraging and supportive. Spoiler alter, you may become misty-eyed 😉
Taster Workshop – Friday 17th March 11 – 1pm – expression through music.
See the heartwarming film we made from previous Chickenshed workshops
To find out more and to join in, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Call Clare for a chat on 07908 659669
New summer programme with Chickenshed
Chickenshed Theatre will be running another exciting summer arts programme at Bromley by Bow Centre from June 27th – June 30 1.30-4pm.