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As you may know, Kala Sangam are currently working with Out Of Place Studio to find a new name and brand for the future. As part of this process we would like to hear from you, our audiences and supporters.
We would be grateful if you could spare 10 -15 minutes to share your thoughts about us, our work and our future by taking a short survey. This will help us and Out Of Place understand more about what you know and think about our brand currently and what you would like to see as we move forwards.
Tahir Shah is a Bradford based actor has recently toured with the team behind Opera North's Italian classic, Orpheus, as an audio describer. This being Tahir's first audio description project, he has thoroughly enjoyed working with the cast, production team and Opera North to deliver an experience for the visually impaired.
We are currently running a series of workshops for new writers (no experience necessary!) or those wanting to brush up their skills. The are every 3 weeks. For more details and if you would like to attend contact Julia Smith Julia.firstname.lastname@example.org This is in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company 37 Plays project. It's a national playwrighting competition. Find more details at 37plays.co.uk Wouldn't it be great to submit plays from our wonderful city and it's surrounding areas that reflect the state of our nation in a fresh and reflective way, the Way Shakespeare reflected his times?!
‘Bradford District Murals’ the new book by local artist Colin Neville is available to buy from Not Just Hockney for £9 - including p&p. The book features the work of 36 artists including Mohammed Ali, Tom Cousins, Ruth Fettis, Xante Bonsall to name a few.
There are 120 mainly colour illustrations and the book traces the oldest wall murals in the district from 1928 to the present day and summarises the social and funding context for the creation of these artworks.
Profits from sales of the book go to support the now community-managed Silsden Town Hall, which is the main cultural hub of the town.