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Three-days of fun theatre based activity. You will also have a chance to go backstage to discover the artists that help make Storyhouse. You will develop new skills and share them with others in the group. By taking part in the three-days you will receive a certificate from Trinity College London in Arts Award Bronze, a Level 1 qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).

What is Arts Award?
Arts Award is range of unique qualifications that supports anyone aged up to 25 to grow as artists and arts leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world through taking challenges in an art form – from fashion to digital art, pottery to poetry. As part of this course you will be asked to research an artist, arts practitioner or craftsperson that inspires you. This person can be famous or not, known or unknown, historical or contemporary, a group or an individual, but they must not be fictional. You should focus on their career and practice and how that artist inspires them.

Please provide a drink and lunch for your child.

If your child requires additional access needs to be met to able to participate in any of the course please contact the engagement team on learning@storyhouse.com / 01244 730 520

We ask that parents and carers complete a registration form ahead of the activity so that we can register all participants with Arts Award. Please click here to download the form and then return digitally to learning@storyhouse.com.

Certificate:

11-14

Time details

Day 1: Tuesday 14 April 10am-4pm (Garret Bar)
Day 2: Wednesday 15 April 10am-4pm (Garret Theatre)
Day 3: Thursday 16 April 10am-4pm (Garret Theatre)

Cinema Kings of The Road (18)

2 hr 55 | A film about friendship between Bruno, who repairs film projectors and travels along the inner-German border in his truck, and the psychologist Robert, who is fleeing from his own past.

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Cinema The American Friend (12A)

2 hr 6 | Jonathan Zimmermann believes that he will soon die of leukemia. The unscrupulous American Tom Ripley, learns of this and exploits Zimmermann’s illness for his own purposes.

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Cinema Wings of Desire (12A)

2 hr 8 | Guardian angels listen to mortals and attempt to comfort them but one of them wishes to become human after he falls in love with the beautiful trapeze artist.

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Cinema Paris, Texas (12A)

2 hr 28 | The story of Travis, a man who wanders out of Mexico and into Texas one day, in the blazing heat of the “Big Bend”.

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Cinema ROH Live: Il Trovatore (TBC)

3 hrs 25 | A devastating curse rises from the ashes in Verdi’s monumental tale of superstition and rivalry.

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Cinema ROH Live: The Sleeping Beauty (TBC)

3 hr 25 | Magic and fairytale characters are brought to life through ballet in this well-known family favourite.

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Cinema ROH Live: The Marriage of Figaro (TBC)

4 hrs | Director David McVicar brings out the revolutionary elements in Mozart’s great comic opera of intrigue, misunderstanding and forgiveness.

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Cinema ROH Live: Cinderella (TBC)

3 hrs | A new production of the much-loved Royal Ballet fairytale classic.

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Cinema ROH Live: Turandot (TBC)

3 hr 20 | Puccini’s final opera is a glorious pageant of rich colour, dance and drama in Andrei Serban’s classic staging.

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Cinema ROH Live: Like Water For Chocolate (TBC)

3 hr 10 | Christopher Wheeldon’s new full-length ballet brings the magic realism of this famous modern Mexican novel to The Royal Ballet.

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