FutureEverything is nearly upon us and it gets better and better every year, so below is some news and highlights of the programme. Remember one day all festivals will be made this way.
In response to overwhelming demand, ACME announce that they are adding two additional workshops to this season’s CPD programme. Both workshops are FREE but registration is required.
Liverpool based Community Interest Company Pencil Trick Productions have created a brand new initiative in creative networking events.
These bi-monthly forums will be held across Liverpool and aim at connecting all sorts of creative people who have a "story to tell" with those people who have a means to tell them.
They are looking to to link scriptwriters with directors, bands with video producers, artists with gallerias, to name but a few. On a larger scale they also want to put local community groups and social enterprises who have something to tell the world in touch with the production companies, writers and videographers who can help them.
So if the Kin networking events aren't for you and let's face facts they aren't everyones cup of tea then this looks perfect.
Based in Salford not Manchester the BBC's second largest production centre, BBC North aims to build stronger relationships with audiences across the
THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED
A bit late to post here but some of the news items are still active.
All the Mince Pies have gone in our house so I had a bit more time for putting this together with a load of soft fruity news bites. There will be more coming next month, but here goes this months. PS. If you like this enews then pass it on to a geek who is lonely to show you care. 20th January
Conference opportunity: Making sure your organisation is ahead of the game
Wednesday November 23rd 2011 - Bolton Museum and Library
Ever wanted to kick a real pigs bladder football across the pitch well now you can. From Friday 30th September until Sunday 2nd October a shop at 84 Bold Street (opposite LEAF) in Liverpool will be transformed into an Organic Football Boutique. (open 11am-6pm)
Actors needed to participate in workshops in preparation for Williamson Tunnel’s Steampunk show, Dismembered Empire!
“In October the gates between Liverpool as we know it and a parallel Liverpool will open up, so we can witness a significant event in this world play out.
This is a Steampunk style parallel world, where Liverpool has become the centre for world trade and economic power. Certain infamous debate raging between two famous scientists, Tesla and Edison, has reached such significance it is ripping the ‘Empire’ in two. The Williamson Tunnels are a source of both work and power for the Empire's citizens. Strange and dangerous secrets lurk in the Tunnel's depths; those close to the truth must make a choice that will affect the lives of many.”
Experience of devised theatre and improvisation desirable, participants should be comfortable with interacting with an audience.
An opportunity to participate in site specific theatre at a unique historical venue!
Photographer, musician and author Mike McCartney will judge the Show Your Beautiful Face Photography Competition, designed to capture the beauty of North Liverpool.
Mike, who has had the honour of having 11 of his photographs bought for the nation and exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery London, urged keen snappers of all ages and abilities to submit photographs capturing the beauty of North Liverpool - and gain the chance to win the grand prize of £500 and inclusion in the final winner’s exhibition.