Our brilliant summer of samba music performances working with Hannabiel Sanders and Yilis Del Carmen Suriel is summed up perfectly in this short promo created by Ben Race of Capture Films. The project is part of our ‘Sounds Around the World’ programme funded by Youth Music.
Runaway Samba from Jack Drum Arts on Vimeo.
Jack Drum Arts are excited to host a creative workshop all about football on Saturday October 4th, 11am – 3pm, @ St. Cuthbert’s Centre, Crook.
Led by the amazing Backscratch Theatre and inspired by stories from the Northern League, participants will create their own football team. From logo, strip, and stadium design to imagining top goal scorers and high-flying managers, all of your ideas will be pulled together and turned into film, song, and artwork to be displayed that night at a local performance of Backscratch’s new show – ‘Hewin’ Goal’s.
The workshop is free to all Jackass and CREE members and £2 for all non-members. if you would like to take part please email email@example.com or call the Jack Drum office on 01388 765002.
The show will take place at 7pm at St. Cuthbert’s Centre. Participants receive half-price tickets. Friends and family can book tickets (£5 adult, £3 child, £15 family – 2 adults, 2 children) fromhttp://backscratchtheatre.wordpress.com/shows/hewin-goals/
Haway the lads and lasses!
A local group of people celebrated their photographic achievements at the Chatterbox Cafe last friday. The course was led by local professional photographer – Louise Taylor, and was set up as a pilot with the aim of encouraging local people to get out and about with their cameras , to share tips, get a bit of exercise and enjoy the countryside around St. John’s Chapel in a friendly, supportive environment. The course was funded by Durham County Public Health Department as part of the County wide Colour Your Life programme. The idea behind this new course was to improve people’s mental health and emotional well-being using what is known as eco-therapy. The pilot scheme was so successful another course will start on Friday October 10th at 10am til approx. 1pm and run right through until Christmas. The meeting place for the group is Chatterbox Café in St. John’s Chapel. The people who attend all have mixed experience of photography from mobile camera phones all the way up to backpacks full of kit and tripods! The exhibition of people’s work is now adorning the walls of Chatterbox Café where it can still be seen. So, if you want to join in with the next course why not get yourself along on a Friday to meet the group.
More information is available from either Stacey Taylor or Jane Crawford on firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on 01388 765002