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‘Bad Friday: Live Performance' is the culmination of a week-long series of workshops with young people taking centre stage.
Book your free tickets to see this dynamic re-interpretation of the Easter Story with performances of acting, music and dance starring young people from the local community.
The live performance of this event will run at 7pm on Friday 14th April 2017 in St Mary's church, Cheadle. Tickets are FREE but must be booked in advance and are now available: please book below.
When & Where
The Upper Room, St Mary's Church, Cheadle
Check out who will be leading what through the week…
Matt Britton has worked as a writer, director and actor extensively across Europe. His play ‘In Bloom’ was produced by the Bolton Octagon and recognised by the BBC as best short, whilst his writing for radio and podcasts have been nominated for broadcasting awards at BAFTA. He is the former artistic director for In Yer Face Theatre Company. As the director of the production he will be teaching performance, devising and writing techniques.
Emma Hinds is Senior Leader for CIS Stockport, a leading provider of youth-work in the area. Trained in ISTD and Cechetti, she has taught in primary and secondary schools across the UK. Previous choreography credits include, ‘Children of Eden,’ at the Byrne Theatre, St. Andrews. Leading the dance stream she will be focussing on contemporary and street dance.
Andy Wisdom is an encompassing, down to earth singer-songwriter with a flair for acoustic delicacy and vocal simplicity. Warm and engaging, he has taught guitar and vocals to a wide range of young people, from church settings to pupil referral units. A sometime performer on the gig circuit and in schools, he will be leading the singing stream to the week.
Rob Kates is a professional freelance sound engineer, lighting technician, stage-manager and film-maker. A pioneer of fusing live theatre with film and sound he has toured various productions nationally, as well as providing sound and lights for leading corporate events in England and Italy. His television experience includes the BBC coverage of the Commonwealth Games and short films for satellite channels. Rob will be production manager for the week, as well as being on hand to teach aspects of technical theatre.