Drama & theatre workshops for ages 16+, £5 with bursaries available: Creative Electric create contemporary performance based on real experiences. Often our work is interactive, sometimes its personal, at times its one to one. Our work has been performed in both Scotland and Sweden, in theatres, studios, art galleries, nightclubs, on trains, in fields, city centre squares and on rooftops.
Dick Lee and Paul Harrison present
Making jazz make sense: live music, lively banter and anecdotes.
5 x 2 hour sessions, 1pm – 1pm from May 7th to June 4th inclusive.
Whole course £42, 4 sessions or less £10 each.
Free CD included if attending at least 4 sessions; either
Dick Lee’s Swingtet on the Fringe or
The Games (Dr. Lee’s Prescription with poet Ron Butlin; Commonwealth Games commission).
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