Featuring the hits of Sir Tom Jones, What’s New Pussycat? is a joyous, romantic and highly entertaining musical that invites you to experience the Swinging Sixties of London. The cast will include Dominic Andersen as Sir Tom Jones, Bronté Barbé as Mary Western,...
The Birmingham Indian Film Festival, Manchester Indian Film Festival and Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival return from Saturday 18 September to cinemas and online for an autumn edition of premieres, shorts and classics, supported by the BFI using funds from...
Projects often have to close through lack of funding just as participants are getting the most benefit, so we are especially pleased to be able to offer this support.
Kahn and Bell designed and made extravagant, colourful, outrageous clothing which attracted the early Punk Rockers who flooded the famous boutique. With the onset of the New Romantic scene in the late 70’s Kahn and Bell became a dominant fashion force designing hand made clothing for Duran Duran, the music and dance group Shock and even Eurovision winners Bucks Fizz!
The show mixes Kathak and contemporary dance with live music, beat boxing and physical storytelling to create a playful, colourful world, exploring curiosities and fears, the times we feel different and when we belong.
HELP4DANCERS, which can be downloaded now from both the Apple and Google play stores, provides dancers with access to a professional programme of daily sessions including: weekly check in health questionnaires and advice from dance-related psychotherapists and...
The Festival’s new strand dedicated to ecology-related films, called ‘Save The Planet’, brings stirring features that in different ways reflect lives affected by deforestation and rising sea levels, and how people are meeting the challenge.
RoguePlay, create a unique style of narrative theatre using aerial and ground-based circus, contemporary dance, spoken word and physical theatre.
UK & Europe’s largest South Asian Film Festival continues to screen upbeat movies on the last Sunday of each month
UK and Europe’s largest South Asian Film Festival continues to screen upbeat movies on the last Sunday of each month, ahead of the June festival in cinemas in London, Birmingham, Manchester, with online UK wide offerings.
”Mandy worked on the PR for TILT Festival 2019. Even with a tight lead in time, she successfully secured both TV and radio coverage for the Festival, even bringing presenters along to have a go at aerial circus. Mandy was professional, supportive, extremely communicative and hugely reliable. We will definitely be working with Mandy on the annual festival.“
Artistic Director. RoguePlay Theatre, West Midlands Circus & Creation Centre
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