The Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen
invite you to their Annual Exhibition at Great Yarmouth Library
from 20th to 27th 10am till 5pm and Sat 28th morning only
The Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen
AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award: ‘The Meaning and Role of Community Cinema in Rural Norfolk’
School of Film and Television Studies, University of East Anglia
The University of East Anglia, in partnership with Creative Arts East, is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified applicant for a three-year collaborative PhD studentship exploring the meaning and role of community cinema in rural Norfolk. The studentship is funded through the AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Awards Scheme and includes tuition fees up to the standard amount and an annual maintenance grant of approx. £14,000.
The research will be supervised by Dr Mark Rimmer (UEA), Professor Mark Jancovich (UEA) and Alice Morelli (Creative Arts East).
Applicants should hold (or expect to achieve) a Master’s degree and either a 1st Class or Upper 2nd Class Honours degree in a relevant discipline.
CLOSING DATE for applications: midnight 27th July 2012
INTERVIEWS will be conducted on 14th August 2012
STARTING DATE: 1st October 2012
More information and details of how to apply can be found at: www.uea.ac.uk/ftv/postgraduatescholarships/communitycinema
For informal enquiries please contact Dr Mark Rimmer, School of Film and Television Studies, UEA (email@example.com)
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Sunday 12th August 2012 2pm – 6pm
Poetry In The Garden at Grapes Hill Community Garden, Norwich
with Richard Bonfield, Norwich Poetry Group
Music by Lucy & Dee on fiddle and banjo
Open Mic Slot
Book Swap ? Games, Competition, Quiz
Bring your own refreshments and something to sit on
Read your own poem or bring a favourite to read
For directions go to www.grapeshillcommunitygarden.org
email firstname.lastname@example.org tel. 07729 540 482
ST GEORGE’S DRAMA GROUP
Tuesday 31 July (12pm-2pm), Thursday 2, Tuesday 7,
Thursday 9 August (all 2pm-4pm) FREE
Age: 6-11 years
Thom Bailey (Artistic Director at St George’s Theatre) offers two hour sessions on improvisation and devising. Great introduction for anyone interested in drama, performance and being creative and theatrical!
ST GEORGE’S YOUTH THEATRE
Weekly classes beginning 10 September
Juniors (7-12 years):
Tuesday 4pm – 5.15pm. Fee: £50 per child, per term. Course runs for three terms. No classes in half term.
Seniors (13-16 years):
Wednesday 4pm – 6pm. Fee: £60 per young person, per term. Course runs for three terms. No classes in half term.
Please book in advance. Bursaries available
A brand new young person’s theatre school for those who enjoy performance and would like to learn more.
With weekly workshops, regular projects and productions designed to increase your theatre knowledge, you’ll also be able to learn story telling, improvisation, mask work, vocal development and how to approach text.
All of the groups are facilitated by the Artistic Director and Youth Theatre Leaders. Guest tutors join us to handle specialist areas including stage combat, technical theatre, circus and street arts, dance, singing and more!
For more information or to book, contact Thom
T: 01493 745 461
The Drill House, SeaChange Arts’ new home, is set to become an international centre for circus and street arts with a lively programme of activities and workshops in many artforms.
Join us this summer for a range of red hot activities here at The Drill House. Theatre, music, media, circus and parkour… there’s always something exciting going on!
YARMOUTH SOUNDS – ROCK SCHOOL
Join our summer rock school and work with professional musicians using the latest technology to learn band skills, write your own songs and record a demo. No musical experience is required but would be useful.
Monday 23 to Friday 27 July 10-4pm Age: 12-18 years
FREE. Please book in advance
Learn skills in filmmaking, animation, vjing, photography and editing. Create your own short films with professional filmmakers using industry standard equipment.
Wednesdays: 11 July to 5 September,. 4-6pm
Age: 12-18 years old. FREE
Join our Parkour training team to improve and perfect your kongs, flips and dash vaults.
Wednesdays: 18 July, 25 July, 1 Aug,8 Aug & 29 Aug 6-8pm
Age: 12-25 years FREE
DRILLAZ SUMMER SCHOOL
Work with our fantastic professional circus trainers to learn skills in aerial, acrobatics, hula hoop, juggling, object manipulation and much more.
Monday 30 July to Friday 4 Aug Age: 8-12 years, 2-3.30pm
Age: 13-18 years, 4-5.30pm FREE Please book in advance
CIRQUE DRILLAZ-INTERNATIONAL CIRCUS WORKSHOP
Tuesday 4 – Saturday 8 September 5-7pm
Age: 8-18 years FREE Please book in advance
For more information click here or to book, contact Laurie at SeaChange Arts
T: 01493 745 458
ART EXHIBITION AND TALK AT ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH, WICKHAMPTON
“Meditations around Paradise and Beyond”- oil paintings and a talk by Juliet Wimhurst.
Open just prior & during Open Churches week, Thursday 2nd August – Wednesday 8th, 10.30 am -6pm. Free Admission.
TALK with slides: Friday 3rd August 7.30pm followed by refreshments: tickets £ 5, under 16’s £ 2.50, for church funds.
A free adult wildlife workshop delivered by Norfolk Wildlife Trust.
Location – Community Roots Garden, Queen Anne’s Road, South Town, Great Yarmouth, NR31 0LE
Friday 13 July, 10am-3pm
This adult wildlife workshop is designed to show you what you can do to turn your garden into a wildlife haven.
Booking essential – 01603 598333
Twitter: @SupportNWT YouTube: Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Enjoy some light classical music and songs from the shows
on Sunday 22nd July at 3.00 pm in St. Nicholas Minster, Great Yarmouth.
Featuring Hannah Long (soprano), John Farmer (piano)
Catering by E J Vale’s
from Paul Davies, 01493 843647 or Brahams, Market Row, Gt. Yarmouth or Barker’s Photographic, Gorleston
Presented by St. Nicholas Minster Preservation Trust in aid of the organ fund. www.sncpt.co.uk