Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Penzance new group

Who wouldn't want to go to a session with this lovely crew!
Zoe, Kerry, Colin and Jonathan and others in front of The Acorn Theatre, Penzance.
We owe so much to St Peter's Hall Newlyn and then we owe so much to The Acorn our second home.
Where we settled once we restarted, they gave us admin support etc till we were a fully fledged charity. We then returned to St Peter's Hall, Newlyn but ran Open House at The Acorn for many years and performed there annually.
It was the Acorn and David Shaw who supported our first show and asked us to repeat it and that they would guarantee an audience as they wanted more people to see us.
Like The Acorn we have been through many changes but are still here!

Shallal Inclusive Arts Charity are excited to be back at the Acorn with a weekly Open House Dance Theatre session. Everyone is welcome to explore their unique, creative expression in a friendly and safe space...join us on Thursdays at 10.30 till 12 noon...for more details call Colin on 07747 543300

The local ‘Inclusive Arts’ charity Shallal are excited to be back at the Acorn in Penzance with a weekly ‘dance theatre’ session open to all the community.
This is an opportunity to explore your natural movement and unique creative expression through improvisation.
We provide a friendly and safe space in the theatre from 7th September on Thursdays 10.30 - 12 noon at a cost of £3 or donations.
The group will be facilitated by Colin Curbishley…”This is where I started with Shallal over ten years ago and it’s still a creative journey that continues to inspire me. So I’m really please to be able to be part of providing this chance for others to see where it takes them.”
Like Jonathan a participant for two years. “Being part of Shallal has changed my life for the better in so many ways”
If you want to know more please call Colin on 07747 543300 or visit shallal.org.uk

Look out for our upcoming performance of Ladders and Footprints inspired by the life of the Cornishman John Passmore Edwards...at the Acorn in December.

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