Seaside Stories


Seaside Stories

If you would like to take part in this event as a performer, simply contact us so we can register you onto the project. If you would like to book tickets to the event as an audience member, please visit our eventbrite page via the button above.

Have you ever wanted to perform on stage? Do you love making props and craft activities? Do you like telling stories? If so, then this project is for you! Join us this summer for our ‘Seaside Stories’ event – a  fun-filled and creative project for adults with additional needs. 

Join us on the 29th of July for a coffee social and storytelling session. What shall our performance be about? Enjoy a free hot drink whilst we discuss ideas and storytell.

We will meet again on the 18th of August to explore your acting skills and expand your creativity. Take part in drama workshops, sensory play activities, prop making, music making and more!

We will see an invited audience join us for an informal performance, where you will have a public platform to share your seaside stories. Don’t forget to invite your family and friends! They can grab their tickets by clicking the link at the top of the page. This event is suitable for all abilities and needs. Carers, PA’s and support workers are all welcome.

 

When?

Friday 29th July

Coffee Social and Storytelling – 1.30pm – 2.30pm

Thursday 18th August

Creative Arts Workshops – 10.30am – 1.30pm 

Public Sharing and coffee social: 1.30pm – 2.30pm

Please bring a packed lunch with you if you are attending as a performer. Free tea, coffee and juice will be provided.

 

Where? 

Address: National Centre For Early Music, St Margaret’s Church, Percy’s Lane, York YO1 9TL

*Please note there is limited parking available on site. If you need to park onsite for mobility access, please let us know so we are able to reserve you a spot. There is a large public car park on Peel Street, which is less than 5 minutes on foot. If you would like to book tickets to see this event, please click here.

This event is kindly funded by Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust.

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