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Friday, June 22, 2012

Youth Drama Workshops at the Swallow Theatre

From David Sumner
August 6–10  2012   from 10 am to 4 pm 
Inspired by Danny Wallace's book Random Acts of Kindness: 365 Ways to Make the World a Nicer Place this project will explore the world and how we see it. 
When was the last time you smiled at a stranger ?  When was the last time you made your Mum a cup of tea (and it wasn't on Mother's Day)?

Come and join us for a week this summer and create an original piece of theatre with director Mona Keeling.
During the week you will devise your own piece of theatre – using drama, movement and music. On the final day you will perform it to an invited audience.

Mona Keeling is a Glasgow based artist who works with communities and young people to create new, innovative pieces of theatre.  She works at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (previously RSAMD) where she is a tutor and director in the Short Courses Department.  She has worked all over Britain with companies such as National Theatre of Scotland, Urban Croft and Visible Fictions.
The week is open to young people over the age of 12.  The cost for the week will be £ 10.   If you'd like to take part, please get in touch by phone or email (details above).
The Swallow Theatre is about  3 miles from Whithorn.  If you are likely to need assistance with transport to and from the theatre, please let me know.
Moss Park, Ravenstone, Whithorn DG8 8DR
Telephone 01988 850368 

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