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Thursday, October 17, 2013
Fringe4 - Youth Arts takes over
Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival is celebrating arts for young people in a new and spectacular way. The new and distinctive youth arts festival will features everything from a musicians’ showcase, theatre, film and samba drumming to street music, street dance, circus performance skills. The programme is supported by the Holywood Trust. Have a look at www.Fringe4.com to see the range of what is on offer.
This weekend the Fringe4 programme includes. Plan B Trunk dance for 4-6 year Olds. Fringe 4 Gatherings and Burnsong Young song writers showcase. Blood Orange by Dumfries Youth Theatre.
Plan B Trunk
Dalbeattie Parish Church Fri 18 Oct 10:30am Carsluith Village Hall Fri 18 Oct 2:00pm Easterbrook Hall, Dumfries Sat 19 Oct 11 am & 1pm CatStrand, New Galloway Sun 20 Oct 11 am A the Airts, Sanquhar Sun 20 Oct 2:30pm
Trunk is an exciting new interactive performance created by Julia McGhee for children aged between 4 and 6 years. The performance centres on a large travelling trunk containing a collection of objects. As each object appears or new sound is heard from inside the trunk, the children become participants in an exciting adventure which sees them go on a train journey. Enjoy a day on the beach and explore the wonders of a fast flowing river till they complete their journey underneath the stars."I loved the magic trunk, the stories, music.
It was the bestest" Participants, North Kessock Watch the Video Here Booking from Midsteeple : 01387 260 447 : A’ The Airts : 01659 50514
Sat 19th October Easterbrook Hall Dumfries 4pm- 7pm Sun 20th October The Planestanesn Midsteeplen Dumfries from 1pm Free unticketed
The Fringe 4 gathering's are a get to gether and showcase of youth arts participation at the Easterbrook Hall then out on The PlaneStanes. The Gatherings Feature:
Burnsong Young Songwriters A showcase of new work and young talent , with performances over the weekend from Zoe Bestel, Darcy DaSilva, David Walker, Benjy Goodrich , Aiden Halliday, Emma McNeill, and Robyn Leoncia Williams, and Sticks and Stones. Robert Maitland says “Its has been a privilege to work with such talented young musicians who have all created some amazing new work. This is a real chance to see how much talent exists in our region”
Urban Safari Conflux brings a new brand of street theatre. The world has become a concrete jungle and the wildlife has decided to move in. The vast countryside that Scotland has to offer isn't enough for the wild beasts - they want a slice of city life.
Oi Musica’s new Dumfries and Galloway street band are now here, upbeat Carnival Samba and stomping brass.
There will also be great dance performances including a Flash Mob, Body Electric and The Attitude Dance Company.Hatrix and Friends will be providing come and try circus sessions Sunday afternoon.
Dumfries Youth Theatre Presents Blood Orange
Sunday 20 October 7:30pm £12
Chancers Night Club 23 Munches St Dumfries DG1 1ET
Tickets from the Midsteeple 01387 253 383 Priced £12
Dumfries Youth Theatre presents their most daring piece of work yet presented with Chancer’s Nightclub. Written and Directed by Graham Main, the brand new play looks at the challenging darkness associated with racism through the eyes of a young man who heads out with a group of friends on a night’s clubbing. He comes into contact with an underground character who takes him on a gritty emotional rollercoaster through his own consciousness. Audiences have been told to prepare for the unexpected with the show carrying an over 16’s only certificate. Part of the Youth Learning Journeys funded by Fresh Start For The Arts.