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Greetings from Beautifulmess!

Greetings from BeautifulMess!

Some of you have heard from us already and some of you may have heard of us,

we "create celebratory, collaborative multi-sensory performance in all sorts of places with all sorts of people".

After the success of our 2013 inclusive Fox Project, this summer we will be making a professional, high energy accessible performance in Brixton called The 3 Scavengers.
We would love you to come and see it, and will send on details when we know exact times and days, but it will be at the end of July.

As PART of the performance creation we are running a series of different workshops in drama, music and movement

with different people in and around the community, exploring the local environment: how we behave and feel within

different spaces, what we can find and make, what characters and stories might live between the cracks in the pavements...
We are offering a series of 6 weekly workshops for adults with learning disabilities to come and get creative and contribute their input to the piece.
These workshops are very low pressure as there is no culminating performance for the participants, but allows

us an opportunity to really explore the possibilities of our practice, working with this client group we are very committed to,

whilst having a lot of fun! They will be run by our professional team of 3 practitioner/facilitators.

Please give us a call if you would like to bring/send anybody to the workshops,
places are limited, so booking is advised.

When: FRIDAYS: 10.30am (for 11 start) until 1pm, for 6 weeks.
First session: 27th June
Last session: 1st August (including watching the show and feeding back)

Where: Moorlands Community Centre, 50a Corry Drive (off Somerleyton Rd), BRIXTON, SW9 8QT

Please call Kati on 07553409085 for inquiries/bookings
We look forward to hearing form you soon,
 

katifrancis@hotmail.com

BeautifulMess

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@Beautheatremess

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