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Launch of Volunteer Kite-mark

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Washday Workshop Monday 3 August, 12pm – 5pm Town Hall, Hebden Bridge

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Joe will be leading the next session with a fabulous Hollywood theme. We’ll be transforming the Hebden Bridge Town Hall into Tinsel Town by creating exciting original movie ideas and then performing the key scenes. A playful workshop with drama games, tricks and tips for the screenwriting world and plenty of laughs.

Please bring a friend, open to all ages and accessible to all.  Workshops cost £5

More about joe, below:

Joe Standerline

Dramatist, actor and director.  An experienced workshop facilitator who works with schools, excluded young people, and community groups. He achieved hisMA in Screenwriting at Liverpool John Moores University (distinction) in 2004. Joe is a founder member of the Splinter Active Theatre Company, which has built up a repertoire of over 50 original productions. He adapts novels into stage plays for Oxford University Press, Heinemann and Harcourt Education and was commissioned by OUP to write a collection of original plays for GCSE Drama. His adaptation of Stone Cold has been adopted as a set text for GCSE Drama by the Welsh Exam Board.

Joe is also a professional actor and has appeared in numerous productions for stage & T.V. including Shameless, Clocking Off & Hollyoaks. He played Tin Man in the 2008 Lowry Production of the Wizard of Oz along side Judy Garland’s daughter, Lorna Luft. Joe writes professional pantomime scripts, produced with all-star casts. Joe supports the Calder Valley Performance Ensemble, creating unique theatre work with older performers.

Joe’s publications include:

Exchanges (2005 OUP)

Brother in the Land (2004 OUP)

Daz 4 Zoe (2000 Heinemann)

Room 13 (1999 Heinemann)

Stone Cold (1993 Stanley Thornes).

 

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Luddendenfoot Cinema Club Thursday 23 July at 2pm

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Needles and Pins at Bankfield Museum

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Whether you are new to these crafts of an expert, this group is for everyone to come along to learn new skills and most of all, have fun!
The group is FREE to attend and an opportunity for inspiration, relaxation and a chance to meet new people.
Needles and Pins takes place on every fourth Saturday.
Drop in anytime between 10.30am and 2.30pm, Akroyd Library, in Bankfield Museum, Boothtown, it’s FREE. No need to book, just turn up and join in.

Contact Akroyd Library on 01422 352277, (Please note that the Library itself will close at 12.30pm)

New art and wellbeing project for all women starting in September

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New Art & Craft Classes starting Monday 20 July 2015 at Wadsworth Community Centre

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The Big Lunch – Todmorden High School – Weds 15 July 2015

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