Terms 2019/20

Tuesdays - Komodo Dragons

10th September  - 22nd October

5th November  - 17th December

7th January - 11th February

25th February - 7th  April

21st April - 19th May

2nd June  - 14th July

Payment is due on the FIRST day of every term by

Cash/Cheque/BACS on request

Saturdays - Jungle Runners/Iguanas

14th September - 26th October

9th  November - 14th December

4th January - 8th February

22nd February - 4th April

25th April - 23rd May

6th June - 18th July

Payment is due on the FIRST day of every term by

Cash/Cheque/BACS on request

Christmas Showcase

Saturday 14th December

Rose Theatre

10.30am

 GEKKOTA ARTS

meet every Tuesday at the West Studio

7.00pm - 8.30pm

Open Workshop

November 12th

West Studio

7.15 - 8.15

FREE

Gekkota Arts Comedy Club evening

6th December

Rose Theatre

7.30pm

 

 Gekkota Arts evolved from the Pomegranate Youth Theatre. It was formed with a group of long standing Youth Theatre members who wished to continue their journey and further their skills in every aspect of stagecraft. They produce high quality performances of new and existing works, in the local area and further afield.

All sessions are held on Tuesday Evenings at West Studios.

 

Sessions are run by highly experienced facilitators, along with visiting playwrights and specialists. Please see website for biographies.

www.pomytheatre.co.uk

 

If you are interested in joining Gekkota Arts please contact Carole/Katy on

Pomytheatre@gmail.com; 07932603525

 

 

NOT WORDS - How Sometimes words fail but art and image speak

The Pomegranate Youth Theatre and Gekkota Arts has received £26,300

from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project,

made possible by money raised by National Lottery players.

It explores the visual legacy of the suffragettes and how that contributed

to the strong images used by women war artists in WW1

such as local artist Marjorie Hamilton.

It  will explore the link between Derbyshire

and surrounding areas and the national suffrage campaign

and how poorly educated women workers developed strong visual symbolism

to promote their cause.

Research will be shared through development of a play with a visual artist providing images.

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