Female singers needed for our new musical theatre production Women of Longbridge. We are after female singers to join us in learning a new community song, which will be part of a new outdoor musical theatre performance in Longbridge on Saturday 23 June. You will need to attend the rehearsal on Thursday 21 June and […]
Katie Haviland has been volunteering with us on our community musical theatre show Women of Longbridge, here she talks about W&T’s research process and what she’s learnt so far. Hello! I’m Katie and I’m the volunteer for Women of Longbridge. The first time I met Rachel (project manager) and Jo (co-writer and co-director), they told […]
For the last couple of months we’ve been joined in the office once a week by Rachel, a first year student at The University of Birmingham, she’s written this blog about her time with us. Upon arriving on the doorstep of a cottage-styled building in January, I wondered what sort of encounters I would have […]
We are looking for two individuals to support Women of Longbridge – a community project to create a new musical theatre piece which will celebrate the achievements of local women and their aspirations for the future. Information on both posts is available on our recruitment page.
We are looking for a volunteer to help support our new Word Lounge Theatre Company on Saturdays during the summer term. More information including details on how to apply can be found at https://www.womenandtheatre.co.uk/volunteer-opportunities/
We’re kicking off 2018 with an exciting announcement – the launch of our Word Lounge Theatre Company, for Looked After Young People, Young Carers and Young People with additional needs. Building on the success of previous one-off projects, WLTC sees us teaming up with Birmingham Hippodrome, The REP and MAC, and will see young people making […]
Developed from research interviews, this engaging new production presents the experiences of Birmingham women at Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp. Set in 2017, the stories are shared through the eyes of Deborah, who decades on remembers the women she stood with, sang with, and ’embraced the base’ with; and reflects on how events at Greenham […]