- DateSaturday 20th Jul '19
- Time1:00pm to 3:00pm
- WhereChapel FM Arts Centre Map
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- Accessible car-parking
- Induction Loop available
- Wheelchair access
* Other Access Details available on request
We are pleased to present a triple bill of theatrical performances, from our own young performers at Chapel FM, from the other side of Seacroft and all the way from the other side of the Pennines...
The Domino Effect by Bolton Octagon Academy 2019
It's 2050 and the climate chage crisis has taken hold. The world is hot and tempers are short. How would you prevent this hell on earth? The Domino Effect is a high-energy, thought-provoking play about climate change, the future and the domino effect of what we're currently doing.
Seacroft Stories by Fall into Place Theatre
The Seacroft Singers are sick to death with the noises from the ‘ruddy’ motorbikes interrupting their group. They feel they can’t do anything about it until a group of boxers help them to see things in a different way... With singing, dancing and stories from local residents.
Around Seacroft in 8 Minutes by Chapel FM Next Gen Theatre
Originally created to accompany the Leeds Playhouse touring production of "Around the World in 80 days" Chapel FM's young performers present a comic and very local interpretation of the classic text!
After the three performances Bolton Octagon Academy will be leading a stage fighting workshop:
Fancy a fight?! Come along an learn a few moves in stage fighting. Totally non-contact, totally believable and totally fun! The Academy would love to teach you a few moves after their performance of The Domino Effect on Saturday 20th July. The workshop is free and will take place at 3pm at Chapel FM and last about 40 minutes. No experience needed, just your best kerpows!!
You can book for the workshop on the eventbrite link too...
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is very limited at the Centre but there are plenty of options and good public transport links—http://www.chapelfm.co.uk/contact/
And how much does it cost?
This performance is all free...
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
You can always give Chapel FM a call on 0113 22 55 944