By Creative Northants on 27 September 2010

South East, National Artform: interdisciplinary arts, literature, visual arts, Other, screenwriting   Contact: Jason Fitt

Have you ever wanted to write for the big screen? New Writing South in partnership with the University of Sussex present this exciting 10-week online learning course. Join playwright and screenwriter Julie Everton as you explore the essentials of screenplay writing. Participants will learn the professional skills required to write in and for the film industry and will be supported through the process of creating their own short screenplay.

Course opens: Monday 4 October

Cost: £120 (£60 concessions)

For more details, please call New Writing South on 01273 735353 or visit our website at

By Creative Northants on 27 September 2010

West Midlands Artform: combined arts, dance, interdisciplinary arts, literature, music, theatre, visual arts   Contact: Angela Swan

Are you an artist or arts organisation in Nuneaton and Bedworth seeking funding? 

We can help...

If you are writing an application for arts funding

If you have an arts idea that requires funding

Arts funding advice and support is available now!

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council is now offering a limited number of one-to-one funding advice sessions to artists or arts organisations living and working within the borough.

Professional advice on proposals and draft applications including follow up support will be provided by Angela Swan, Arts Consultant, who has 10 years experience in the arts sector including grants advice and assessment at Arts Council England.


29 September 2010 at Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery 10am-4pm

6 October 2010 at Civic Hall, Bedworth 10am-4pm

Pre-booking is essential

To reserve your time slot on either of these dates contact

Angela Swan on 07779 561 949 or

By Creative Northants on 27 September 2010

East Midlands Artform: combined arts, dance, music, theatre   Contact: Michael Pinchbeck


The Post Show Party Show
Double Bill with Zoo Indigo
Friday 1 October 2010 8pm
Lakeside Arts Centre
University Park
Nottingham NG7 2RD
Tickets: £12 (£9 concession)
Box Office: 0115 846 7777

'Truly Brilliant' - The Scotsman

Award-winning writer and performance maker Michael Pinchbeck takes his parents on tour to recreate the post-show party where they met in 1970 after an amateur dramatic production of The Sound of Music.

'This innovative show is performed in the style of a Brechtian-inspired Morecambe and Wise double act.' - Edinburgh Guide

Mixing text from the past and present with movement to the real-time soundtrack of The Sound of Music, The Post Show Party Show asks what is present and what is absent, what is professional and what is amateur.

'This is a teasing, gently witty and entertaining piece about the shifting nature of reality.' – The Guardian

The Post Show Party Show was selected for the British Council's Edinburgh Showcase 2009. Supported by Dance4, Nottingham City Council and the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Watch a promotional trailer for The Post Show Party Show at

By Creative Northants on 17 September 2010
Design Factory, the East Midlands regional development agency for craft practitioners, is open for applications!

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