Thursday, 2 July 2009

Youth and Children’s Theatre Club Leaders

Organisation: Stage-Fright

Location: Wokingham, Berks

Description: Stage-Fright runs imaginative theatre projects and workshops through which young people explore life values, morals, faith and beliefs. We are opening 5 new after-school clubs for Year 5 & 6 children in 5 schools (once-a-week). We wish to appoint two theatre workshop leaders (both full-time positions):

· to open and run 5 new clubs
· to work with our established teenage theatre club
· to accept sessional work in schools
· to work on occasional projects with church members
· to explore and develop new opportunities

Two full-time salary levels offered (according to experience)

Closing date: Fri 10th July 2009
Interviews: July 2009
Start date: September 2009
For details: Michael Johnson,

0118 979 0098

Monday, 6 April 2009

Acoustic Artsbar - Friday 17 April

The Artree and Good Intentions Music teams come together to present a very special evening of free live acoustic music at the recently opened Artsbar at the Cantley Lodge Hotel, very close to Wokingham station.
The Artsbar was created as a hub for the local artistic community and an opportunity for artists' work to be shared. On Friday 17 April, this will include the work of local musicians for the first time.

Friday, 27 March 2009

Creative partner sought - photographer/multi-media specialist

Hawthorns Primary School in Wokingham and Creative Partnerships wish to contract a creative partner or partners to support the delivery of their creative learning programme, of which the theme is increasing enjoyment of learning, and enabling a greater effectiveness in learning and teaching.

For a full brief please email

Submission deadline: 4.00 pm on Friday 17 April 2009

Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Berkshire Sings! event 25/3/09

FREE singing CPD day
March 25th 2009. The Spirit Conferencing Centre, Farnham Road, Slough.
9.30am to 3pm, then performances from 4.30pm – 6pm

March 25th is a day for teachers and other school staff, singing leaders, children and young people. This is a chance for your school to be part of the national ambition for singing! And to be in at the start of the two year Sing Up journey in this area. Not to be missed.

Singing is good for learners: it improves concentration, lifting standards across the curriculum
Singing is good for individuals, improving health and increasing feelings of well-being
Singing is good for communities – bringing people together in harmonious ways

For more information or a booking form, contact Philippa Berry at