The New Spring Season
4 January 2016
Shows, community events and classes for everyone!
With something for everyone from shows to speed networking and comedy to classes - welcome to the spring season!
Download the new Spring Season Brochure: click here
For those who like high quality theatre SPACE Fest 2016 presents Everyman and award-winning Girls Like That; Theatre Alibi return with their stunning new play Falling; Merely Theatre bring their new adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the Heathfield Drama Festival continues with The Wrong End of the World, Hope St. and The Jukebox Musical. Children and families will love Paddle Boat Theatre and their tale of the power of imagination in According to Arthur...
Lovers of dance will be taken on the trip of lifetime in SPACE Fest: Stateside and amazed by the acrobatics of Joli Vyann in Imbalance. Footloose showcases the self-choreographed work of talented Heathfield GCSE dancers and county-wide platform Spring Forward is back with three nights of astounding youth dance.
Featuring some of the UK’s finest musicians Voodoo Room perform a world class show in full appreciation of two huge pioneers of classic blues and rock Hendrix & Cream. An impressive orchestra of instrumentalists come together in Heathfield’s BIG HITS MAX and premier symphonic wind band Taunton Concert Band return with their eclectic Easter Concert.
Budding novelists can learn from the best when published authors Chris Ewan and Clare Donoghue lead How to Write a Crime Novel, covering everything from plot development to pitching to publishers. Why not then put this knowledge into practice and enter
The Page is Printed Creative Writing Competition! New for the Tacchi-Morris classes programme, actor Sam Morgan brings you Acting and Improvisation and Kat Stevens leads the Tacchi-Morris Show Choir.
If it’s new contacts and collaborations you are looking for then sign up to the free Creative Speed Networking event and meet the working partner of your dreams!
We look forward to welcoming you very soon...
Best wishes from everyone at Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre