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October 2013 Creative Arts East LIVE events in Norfolk and Suffolk …

From Land s End to John O Groats – 3 women, 18 days, 874 miles and one BIG story!

Come and hear the extraordinary story of three women making an unusual and daring journey from one end of Great Britain to another in the show End to End at Freckenham Village Hall on Friday 4th October at 8pm with support from the arts and community development charity Creative Arts East.

Trusting only their resourcefulness and the kindness of strangers, Ria, Kristy and Hannah made an 18-day, 874-mile journey from Land s End to John O Groats, completing their unusual expedition on as many varieties of transport as possible including; travelling the country roads of Gloucester on a pink tractor, riding through Nottingham in three Back to the Future Deloreans and leaving Edinburgh in style on an old fashioned red London bus.

End to End is a heart warming story of the women s journey; the trials and tribulations they faced along the way; the unexpected acts of kindness they encountered; a story about friendship, adventure and momentary connections made on the road. They wonder whether the seeds planted will grow into something more meaningful. The trio take the audience on a unique journey leaving them itching for their own adventure.

End to End is a very warm, playful show, which cleverly uses audience interaction and gorgeous storytelling to bring people together.

You can see End to End at Freckenham Village Hall on Friday 4th October at 8pm.

This event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Suffolk County Council, Forest Heath District Council, the Esm e Fairbairn Foundation and Arts Council England.

For further information on this and other Creative Arts East events please go to http://www.creativeartseast.co.uk/live/whatson.asp or contact Karen Kidman on 01953 713390 or [email protected]12

Dracula

The chilling tale of DRACULA comes to life at village halls across Norfolk!

The 19th Century, gothic fable of DRACULA, will be told to those who dare

to listen in village halls across Norfolk throughout October, with support from the arts and community development charity Creative Arts East.

This classic tale is told with all the grace of a 1930 s Hollywood horror, by a cast of five slightly deranged and definitely contagious actors from the established theatre company The Keeper s Daughter. This rapid retelling of strangers binding together in order to defeat a greater evil thunders along at lightning pace, with The Keeper s Daughter presenting a faithful and unique adaptation of Bram Stoker s

timeless story.

This inventive theatre company uses theatre and storytelling to stimulate imagination as well as using elements of Lecoq physical theatre: clown, ensemble and chorus work. Their style is big, fast and imaginative!

You can see DRACULA at the following venues and dates:

  • Magdalen Village Hall, Saturday 5th October at 7pm
  • Kettlestone Village Hall on Saturday 12th October at 8pm
  • Whissonsett Village Hall on Saturday 19th October at 7.30pm.

This event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Norfolk County Council, Breckland District Council, North Norfolk District Council, King s Lynn and West Norfolk District Council, the Esm e Fairbairn Foundation and Arts Council England.

For further information on this and other Creative Arts East events please go to http://www.creativeartseast.co.uk/live/whatson.asp or contact Karen Kidman on 01953 713390 or [email protected]34

Traditional Kenyan performances by the Osiligi Maasai Warriors to celebrate Black History Month in Norfolk!

Norfolk communities will have the opportunity to see the amazing Osiligi Maasai Warriors perform their very special

show at the Swaffham Assembly Rooms and Diss Corn Hall in October to celebrate Norfolk Black History Month, with support from the arts and community development charity Creative Arts East.

The Osiligi Maasai Warriors, are a group of traditional performers from Kenya who regularly visit the UK in an effort to raise funds for their families and for improvement of their village of Kisamis, situated approximately 30 miles southwest of Nairobi.

The concert features the music, song and the extraordinary jumping of the Maasai, as well as fascinating information about their life, culture and villages.

The Troupe s performance is stunning and always receives rapturous applause!

You can see the Osiligi Maasai Warriors at the following venues and dates:

  • Swaffham Assembly Rooms, Sunday 6th October at 7.30pm
  • Diss Corn Hall, Thursday 10th October at 7pm

This event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Norfolk County Council, Breckland District Council, South Norfolk District Council, the Esm e Fairbairn Foundation and Arts Council England.

For further information on this and other Creative Arts East events please go to http://www.creativeartseast.co.uk/live/whatson.asp or contact Karen Kidman on 01953 713390 or [email protected]56

References

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