South Hill Park's Little Festival of Everything
PUBLISHED: 02:20 04 May 2012 | UPDATED: 21:21 20 February 2013
Local talent invited to join week of theatre, music, poetry and storytelling
The Flanagan Collective brings a week of theatre, music, poetry and storytelling from around the country to South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell from Monday 2 to Saturday 7 July.
The Little Festival of Everything focuses on previewing some of the best work to be seen at this years Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Its small, its exclusive, its beautiful and its almost perfectly formed.
The organisers need local talent from all over Berkshire to join in the festival. The idea is not just to have talent from all over the UK but to showcase some talent Berkshire has to offer too.
Each night there will be opportunities to get involved. If you are an artist, a musician, a comedian, a dancer, a cabaret performer, a poet, or someone with a little creativity that is willing to share South Hill Park wants you to let the organisers know! The Flanagan Collective will be offering slots each evening to local people, companies and artists to perform to the public at South Hill Park before the shows, in-between them and after them.
Alexander Wright, Creative Director of The Flanagan Collective, says: Bracknell is a beautiful town and South Hill Park Arts Centre is full of exciting work from companies that go far afield and with local people and the community. After working at the Park with Belt Up Theatre I am delighted to be coming back and working with lots of creative people from near and far.
If youre interested and want to book yourself a slot or just want to find out a little more, get in touch. They want to talk to visual artists, writers, poets, singers, songwriters, dancers, potters, painters, musicians, storytellers, hat-makers and more.
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