Oxford Fringe Festival Volunteer Ushers Needed for Immediate Start!
Arts at the Old Fire Station is looking for short term volunteers ushers for theatre events at Oxford Fringe Festival, including comedy, improv, music and drama. Ushers will welcome audiences into the building, take tickets, and watch shows for free!
Calling all performers and artists of any description! We are getting fantastic support from local venues and spaces up and down the Cowley road this year, and as well as music of all genres we will be including dance, family areas, theatre, well being and art. If you have an idea, a performance or a gift that you would like to share in this vibrant one off event please contact email@example.com
This course covers the principles of directing drama for the screen and shows students how to apply them in practice. It is run by film-maker Simon Hook, who made several award-winning shorts before going on to direct broadcast television drama for the BBC and Channel 4. He demonstrates the principles of directing drama through analysis of film and television clips and follows them up with practical exercises with the camera.
Screenwriting weekend is an introductory course for people either planning their first screenplay or hoping to brush up on their writing skills. It arms you with the concepts and practices you need to be aware of before diving in.
Back Room Poets is hosting a reading with invited guest reader Kevin Crossley-Holland and Back Room Poets members Adam Flint, Jennifer A. McGowan (MC), Kathleen M. Quinlan and Tina Sederholm.
Charles Causley on our guest reader Kevin Crossley-Holland, author of eight collections of poetry and well-known children's author and translator:
'Highly sensitised to the relationship between man and the landscape, and man and the four elements. He has got this marvellous capacity of moving quite effortlessly from today back across a thousand years, and back again.'
Activities Oxfordshire lists and supports services offering organised activities and programmes to support the wellbeing of young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 where there are difficulties and disabilities). Calls the Area Activity Action groups. Funding support via the Positive Activities fund which funds young person lead activities.
Sophie Huxley and Liz Woolley of Oxford publisher Huxley Scientific Press (www.huxleyscientific.com) are the authors of several books of walks which take the reader to see some of the lesser-known delights of Oxford, both 'Town' and
'Gown'. They will talk about unusual trees, animals, buildings and monuments which feature in their books "An Oxford Science Walk", "Oxford Trees", "An Oxford Bestiary", "Eric Gill in Oxford" and "Oxford's Working Past: Walking Tours of Victorian and Edwardian Industrial Buildings".
Oxford Pride is producing a group show for the Oxford Pride Festival, celebrating 35 years since the
Rainbow flag was first used in 1978 as “a gift to the community” by artist Gilbert Baker who thought we
needed a symbol to celebrate our diversity.
All artworks should be inspired by the colours of the rainbow.