Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Addthis

Arts offer (A Team Arts)

Raw Talent – Keep it real! Speak your truth

Saturday 1 December 7pm

All 13-19 year olds in Tower Hamlets are invited to audition for ‘A’ Team Arts Raw Talent competition.

Our annual talent show addresses relevant themes each year and in line with the rise in knife crime and acid attacks, this year’s theme is anti-hate crime.

We are looking for budding singers, rappers, dancers and music video producers to audition and compete in each category with relevant material that addresses this theme.

Auditions begin on 26 October and the deadline for submissions is 18 November.

Contact: canan.salih@towerhamlets.gov.uk

The event will take place at the Brady Arts Centre on 1 December. Doors open at 6.30pm – show starts at 7pm.

For more details and contact information, check out the flyer.

House of Talent: Nemesis – The Game Changer

Recently there have been terrorist attacks and an increase in violent crime  -what are your views?

Take a look behind the media headlines to explore the concept of terrorism and gang culture and how young people are groomed. Through drama games, role plays and physical get involved in devising a play to perform in local venues.

We are looking for actors, dancers, singers, rappers

Auditions: 20 and 27 September 6.30-8.30pm – these will be workshop auditions to get an idea of your strengths and weaknesses.

Rehearsals every Thursday 6.30 – 8.30pm at the Brady Arts Centre.

This includes the opportunity to achieve a nationally accredited bronze and/or silver arts award.

Contact: canan.salih@towerhamlets.gov.uk

House of Talent – music production and artist development

Every Thursday 6.30pm – 9pm starts 20 September – 29 November includes Raw Talent on 1 December.

A music production and artist development programme that provides a great environment to explore music and develop yourself, whether you are interested in making beats, rapping, singing or just being around young creatives, we aim to help you find and pursue your career.

Special project at the Women’s Hall, Bancroft Library

Votes for women – Deeds not Words

It is 100 years since some women got the vote. A beautiful silk painted banner made by hundreds of participants from community and youth groups in Tower Hamlets will be displayed at the Brady Centre throughout December and January. Come and find out about the process of silk painting and how to get involved.

The exhibition will be launched at Raw Talent on 1 December.

Contact: Geraldine.bone@towerhamlets.gov.uk or call 020 7364 7911.