Grimsby & Cleethorpes Screening
Grimsby Opera for All Big Screen 2017
Sunday 15th October 2017 – John Whitgift Film Theatre, Grimsby.
The screening of Semele will take place at 2pm on Saturday 15 October at the John Whitgift Film Theatre, Grimsby. Entry is free – come along to the Whitgift Film Theatre for an afternoon of sublime music and dramatic storytelling.
Garsington Opera for All’s 2017 residency in Grimsby will form part of WAM 2017 – the new Words and Music Festival. The festival includes a number of additional workshops and activities:
Vocal workshops with singers from Garsington Opera
Tuesday 26 September, 7-9pm at the Grimsby Minster
Monday 2 October, 7-9pm at Fusion Creative, St Martin’s Church
Stage craft and singing workshops with singers from Garsington Opera for All. Open to everyone aged 11 and above.
Free entry; early booking advised – 01472 323310 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Schools’ Semele Opera Showcase
Wednesday 11 October, 1pm at Grimsby Auditorium
Excerpts from Semele will be screened in between school performances. An excellent opportunity to hear highlights from Semele and to see how young people have responded creatively to the opera.
Friday 13 October, 10.30am-11am in Grimsby Top Town Market
Come along to hear extracts from popular works by Handel and others.
WAM Music Hub Concert
Friday 13 October, 7pm at the Grimsby Minster
The Music and Performing Arts Service (MAPAS) presents an evening of works by Handel and others.
Tickets £5 (£3 concessions) from the Tourist Information Centre – 01472 323111 | email@example.com
Grand Charity Concert
Saturday 14 Otober, 7pm at the Grimsby Minster
The Grimsby Orpheus Male Voice Choir, together with the Tonna Male Voice Choir from South Wales present a grand charity concert in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Tickets £12 from Grimsby Minster Coffee Shop – 01472 277277 (mornings only); Ian Williams – 01472 233687; Marie Curie – 01472 210776 | firstname.lastname@example.org
In Grimsby and Cleethorpes, Opera for All works with the Arts Development team and the Music and Performing Arts Service at North East Lincolnshire Council. Opera for All is part of a programme of local activity to provide opportunities for every young person in the area to develop through music and enjoy high quality musical experiences.
In 2015 and 2016, teams of artists worked with local primary and secondary schools, leading intensive series of residencies to introduce students to collaborative and creative theatre practice. Screenings of Garsington Opera’s Cosi fan tutte and Eugene Onegin provided the opportunity for students to showcase their work to other local young people and to see the full operas which had inspired the residencies.
‘The participating schools have been buzzing since their experience as it had such a positive impact on everyone involved. Young people in this area are rarely exposed to intensive work with professional performers’ – Sue Baker, NE Lincolnshire Music & Performing Arts Service
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