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With 60 acres set in the stunning surroundings of the Kent Weald, Bethany School is a co-educational day and boarding school for ages 11-18 blessed with space and facilities that far outweigh expectations for a school of its size. The music school in particular is a beautiful Victorian building, once housing the local primary school, and has a performance hall, well equipped music classrooms and practice rooms. Music Scholarships worth up to 20% of fees are available, and include free music tuition. Activities include, choir, orchestra, theatre productions and other public performances.
Curtisden Green, Goudhurst, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 1LB, United Kingdom
David Slack devised the idea behind 24:7, when he was performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2002. Inspired by a city alive with creative vibrancy, he developed a plan to bring the most exciting elements of the Fringe to Manchester. The focus would be on new writing and untapped acting talent; a showcase for original and stimulating theatre brought to unconventional venues in the heart of his hometown.
24:7 Headquarters, Astley & Byrom House, 21-23 Quay Street, Manchester, M3 3JD, United Kingdom
8 track digital studio with large live room.
The Abbey, Heron Court, Rugeley, WS15 2DZ
Courses: 2-yr ATCL diploma in acting trains actors to work as professionals in a modern, industry-relevant environment. Students will be able to undertake the rigours of a professional career having developed sound skills and techniques in acting and perf. Age 18 with no upper age limit. Facilities: Buildings in Brighton and Hove, both fully equipped with dance and drama studios. Performance Opportunities: In-house shows in yr 1; public shows and showcases in London and Brighton in yr 2.
8-10 Rock Pl, Brighton, BN2 1PF
Ampex 124.24 track, Raindirk series 3 desk, ATC 100A monitors, analogue and digital recording up to 96khz, large selection of mics.
7c Bank Chambers, Penn Hill Ave, Lower Parkstone, Poole, BH14 9NB
"Adur Festival is a platform for arts development within Adur, co-ordinated by the Ropetackle Trust. The festival is funded by Adur District Council and Arts Council England, and is a not-for-profit, open access event that celebrates Adur's community and identity. Anyone can register an event as part of the festival and appear in a district wide published programme. Participants are invited to engage with an annual theme which can be interpreted in any way they see fit! Register your event now by clicking here.
Ropetackle Arts Centre, Little High St, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 5EG
Aldeburgh Music is an international performance centre set in a stunning landscape on the Suffolk coast with artist development and education as its creative engine. Our year-round programme has grown out of the Aldeburgh Festival, founded in 1948 by Benjamin Britten, Peter Pears and Eric Crozier, and is the realisation of Britten’s vision for a special place where established stars, young artists, amateurs and audience members come to broaden their horizons in an exhilarating creative and natural environment.
Aldeburgh Music, Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Snape, Saxmundham, Suffolk, IP17 1SP, United Kingdom
A music, poetry and arts festival, hosted in Leamington Spa's gothic church. Box Office: Booking via website or tickets can be booked in person at the church.
All Saints' Church, Victoria Terrace, Leamington Spa, CV31 1AA
Courses: Arts and media: level 1, 1 yr. First diploma drama level 2, 1 yr. Acting: ND, 2 yrs. Dance: ND, 2 yrs. Musical theatre: ND, 2 yrs; foundation degree 2 yrs; BA (Hons), 1 yr top-up for HND/foundation students only. Production arts (technical theatre): ND, 2 yrs. First diploma music level 2, 1 yr. Music perf ND, 2 yrs. Music tech: ND, 2 yrs. Facilities: 3 licensed perf spaces, dance and rehearsal rooms, 2 music technology suites, 4 recording suites, TV studio, editing suites, motion capture and green screen. Performance Opportunities: Extensive opportunities; well over 25 separate productions overall.
School of Performing Arts & Music, Stanley Hill, Amersham, HP7 9HN
The Appledore Book Festival was founded in October 2006 by a local committee led by local children’s author Nick Arnold who became Festival Director. The picturesque and historic ancient port of Appledore was an obvious location for a book festival but the initial motivation for the first festival came about because of the threatened closure of Appledore library and the determined campaign to keep it open. September 26th – October 4th 2015.
Festival Office, c/o Docton Ct Gallery, 2 Myrtle St, Appledore, Bideford, Devon, EX39 1PH, United Kingdom
Young Poet’s Competition, 19 June - 5 July 2015.
St John's Community Hall, King St, Ashbourne, DE6 1EA, United Kingdom
Courses: A comprehensive programme of mgt educ designed specifically to meet the needs of people involved in the mgt, devt or admin of the arts. 1 yr f/t, 2 yrs p/t. Students may also take individual modules to continue their professional devt. Facilities: 200-seat Mumford theatre and digital arts gallery on campus, housed in Ruskin Gallery.
Anglia Ruskin University, East Rd, Cambridge, CB1 1PT
A variety of arts activities inc w/shops, film, music, children's entertainment and craft fair. Dates: Last two wks in Oct.
Banbridge District Council, Civic Building, Downshire Rd, Banbridge, Co Down, BT32 3JY, United Kingdom
2nd May to 17th May 2020
Courses: ND; 2 yrs f/t; courses in dance, drama, popular music, production arts and music technology. Perf arts: FD; acting and music. AS/A2 levels in design for theatre, dance, drama and theatre studies, music, music tech.
Old Mill Lane Campus, Church St, Barnsley, S70 2YW
The Basingstoke Festival is an annual flagship event run over the summer months of June and July in the Basingstoke and Deane borough of Hampshire, England. Established in 2012, the festival is part of the council’s strategy to promote the borough by showcasing its arts and cultural organisations alongside the wealth of community organisations engaged in a broad range of cultural pursuits. The festival also highlights some of the unique borough locations highlighting its history, cultural facilities and its outstanding green spaces.
Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, Civic Offices, London Road, Basingstoke, RG21 4AH, United Kingdom
17-day fringe festival covering a wide variety of the arts. Dates: May-June. Many events free or on the door.
103 Walcot St, Bath, Somerset, BA1 5BW, United Kingdom
Founded in 1993, International Guitar Foundation (IGF) is an arts agency dedicated to the promotion, understanding and enjoyment of the guitar, its music and artists. Our work is defined by the Listen.Play.Create programme which features the guitar as the ideal vehicle for diverse and accessible concert and festival programming (Listen), participatory music making (Play) and contributes to the instrument’s heritage through an extensive commissioning programme (Create).
The Music Base, Kings Place, 90 York Way, N1 9AG, United Kingdom
A showcase for international performers as well as local dance artists.
2 Church St, Abbey Green, Bath, BA1 1NL
12 days celebrating the world's best jazz, classical, folk and world music. Dates: May firstname.lastname@example.org
Bath Festivals, 3rd Floor, Abbey Chambers, Kingston Buildings, Bath, BA1 1NT