Chelmsford City Theatres: Look what’s coming up

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There are some exciting shows coming up… Woman on Fire Fri 7 – Sat 8 September 7.45pm Certain Curtain Theatre Venue name: Cramphorn Theatre This explosive one-woman show, celebrates the centenary of women first winning the vote – a landmark in the history of women’s rights and takes you into the fiery core of the […]

Theatres Autumn Brochure

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A new season at Chelmsford City Theatres! CH-CH-CHANGES…Enjoy a whole new season of shows at the Civic Theatre and Cramphorn Studio, with a slight new twist… Pick up a copy on your next visit to the Theatres or scroll through the brochure online by clicking the image below! Click here for more information

Disability in the Acting Profession

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How Do You Feel About Disability in Your Front Room? I was recently chatting with a friend about a documentary I had been watching. I knew the subject matter was something that really interested her, so was surprised that she had not engaged with it at all. When I asked why, her response really saddened […]

The Campaign Project

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Matt who runs The Campaign Project, is someone who wants to put his talents to use by putting together a series of variety performances raising awareness for different disability problems in the Essex area. For many years he ran his own successful fashion company in London and wants to put his considerable business talents to […]

“Too Kool Katz” – An Evening of Music & Entertainment

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“Dancing Giraffe CIC” is extremely proud and excited to present this evening of music and entertainment at the Headgate Theatre, Chapel Street North, Colchester on Saturday 11th October 2014. The performing artists on this exciting night are the absolutely brilliant “Too Kool Katz” , two very talented vocalists, Aindre and Kim Reece-Sheerin, who have performed […]

Do you love to perform?

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Emerge Arts are offering a seasonal performing arts programme in which young people can act, sing, dance, create and have fun. The fun-packed programme, which starts in April 2013, is available for 4-11 year olds. Through multi-sensory classes, the programme will enable youngsters to learn and develop performing arts skills; practice and develop communication, life […]

Zinc Arts: My saving grace

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Founder of disability organisation, Moulding Futures and mother to a child with complex needs, Tracy Shave reflects on the school holidays and Zinc Arts (formally Ongar Theatre Resource), to whom she is eternally grateful. There is only one week left of the school term and parents everywhere have bitten their nails down to the bone. […]