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Support Our Crowd Funding Bid

 Hothouse Theatre will be producing audio versions of a series of classic folktales. They will be using the original English language versions with all the scary bits kept in!

Of course that all costs money!

Initially we are looking for £200 via Crowd Funder.

Feel free to donate as small amount as you like!

To donate, follow the link!

Vaccines: a double dose
The Royal Society
Professor Brian Cox

Thursday 6th May

oin Professor Brian Cox and our panel of experts as they revisit the landscape of vaccines and what matters now as the world continues to face COVID-19.

Crossing international boundaries, this event takes a global perspective to the roll-out of the vaccine programme, looking at issues of equitable access and the challenges that we face, the effectiveness of the vaccine against mutations and new variants, and how vaccinations will affect any possible third wave both in the UK and beyond.

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Audition Workshop
Classic Folktales Project
Hothouse Theatre

Thursday 6th May
7:30 p.m.
Via Zoom

As ever, Hothouse Theatre are on the look out for new actors who want to get involved with the Classic Folktales project!

So if you fancy yourself as a grumpy old ogre, a sarcastic mirror, mirror on the wall or a precocious talking goose that lays the golden eggs, the why not get in touch!

Interested?

Get in touch to book a place and get a copy of the script.

guy@hothousetheatre.com

Casting Workshop
Introducing Charles Dickens
Episode 1
Hothouse Theatre

Wednesday 12th May
7:30 p.m.
Via Zoom
Open to all

Hothouse Theatre are looking for voice actors as it moves it’s activities online for the foreseeable future as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Yes ... that means we are going to use Zoom!

As part of our Dickens Season, we will producing a 5 part project, Introducing Charles Dickens, which will look at the life of Dickens using extracts from his writing to illustrated the trials an tribulations of the one of the most popular writers in the English language.

Interested?

To book a place guy@hothousetheatre.com

RENAISSANCE Film Festival
Deadline 16th May

Fantastic news! For our sixth edition we have found a sponsor who will award CASH prizes for the Best Emerging Talent Awards: £1000 (1st place); £500 (2nd place); and 2 x £250 (3rd and 4th place). To be confirmed: Best of Fest Award (£2000); and Humanity Award (£1500). Details will be announced soon on our social media pages. Terms and Conditions apply.

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Online Interview with Lucy Worsley
Inspire

Wednesday 19th May

Lucy Worsley grew up in West Bridgford and was possibly history's most assiduous volunteer ever at West Bridgford Library, where she spent all her childhood Saturdays. She went on to study history, researching a PhD thesis about Nottingham Castle and Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire, before making her career in London working in heritage and history television. John Hess, former BBC political editor for the East Midlands will be our interviewer.

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Take part in 30 Days Wild 2021
Wildlife Trusts
1 - 30 June

We challenge you to do one wild thing a day throughout the month of June! That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness.

When you sign up, you'll get a free pack of goodies to help you plan your wild month, plus lots of ideas to inspire you to stay wild all throughout June (and beyond!).

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Refugee Week
Refugee Week
14-20 June

Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees. Founded in 1998 and held every year around World Refugee Day on the 20 June, Refugee Week is also a growing global movement.

Through a programme of arts, cultural and educational events alongside media and creative campaigns, Refugee Week brings about positive encounters between communities, helping them to connect and learn from each other, and promoting a culture of welcome.

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Advert

Support Our Crowd Funding Bid

 Hothouse Theatre will be producing audio versions of a series of classic folktales. They will be using the original English language versions with all the scary bits kept in!

Of course that all costs money!

Initially we are looking for £200 via Crowd Funder.

Feel free to donate as small amount as you like!

To donate, follow the link!

Nottingham Puppet Festival
24th - 27th June

Nottingham comes to life with puppetry of every kind in all corners of the city. An eclectic mix of performances, talks, workshops, film screenings and more!

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Merry Wives of Windsor
by William Shakespeare
The Three Inch Fools
Wollaton Park
29th June

The Fools are dusting off their instruments and stepping back into the great outdoors, with a riotous new production of The Merry Wives Of Windsor. Prepare for an evening of mischief and hilarity, as The Fools present this rip-roaring Shakespearean comedy at one of the most beautiful and historic landmarks in the UK.

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