Are you up to date with all ERT news?Fri 12th June 2020
Keep your eye's peeled for announcements across social media for all this year's online #SheFestDigital2020 events. Spoken Word Poetry, Music, Art, Writing Workshops and much much more. Book early to avoid disappointment. For more information visit the She Productions website.
A huge thank you to everyone who has donated to East Riding Theatre. As always we have been overwhelmed by your generosity and support. In particular those of you opting to make monthly donations - these monthly donations help to give us the confidence to make future plans. Thank you all!
Coming up soon
Harrison Rose (who you may remember from their Christmas production of Little Women) will be with us Thursday 11th June 7:30pm on facebook and instagram, sharing an excerpt from his play 'Gentle Men'.
A wry, new, six part radio drama from John Godber, which takes place over breakfast in the kitchen of a Yorkshire family. Tension, comedy, and burnt toast whilst they wrestle with the realities of Lockdown UK. We'll be sharing episode five this Friday 12th June at 2pm.
Chris Wade will be our guest on Paradise Playlists. She will be interviewed by Richard Avery LIVE on facebook Saturday 13th June at 1pm.
Rachel Makena will back this Saturday 13th June LIVE IN YOUR LIVING ROOM via facebook at 7pm.
Sunday 14th June is International Bath Day! Look out for poems and stories related to #BathsGloriousBaths.
And not forgetting... BEVERLEY PUPPET FESTIVAL
Here are a few things to keep an eye out for over the next week ...
ILLUSIONS WITH MOVEMENT
Create some midweek magic… Stephen Mottram will show you how the simplest of things can be made magical when they are moved in the right way. Just five points of white against a dark background is all we need to create illusions of little animated human and animal characters which can do all sorts of things. This activity is designed for three people to do together but is still great to watch and learn from if you are a duo or alone.
ILLUSIONS WITH MOVEMENT with Stephen Mottram (of Oxford) on Wednesday 10th June, 11am.
THE OWL AND THE PUSSY CAT & OTHER STORIES
Hop on board the beautiful pea green boat and join Owl and Pussy-cat on their adventures for a truly illuminated adventure! Unlike the activities, this will only remain online for one week – the artists would love your feedback for this work in progress!
THE OWL AND THE PUSSY CAT by Patrick Amber, ages 5+ on Friday 12th June, 7pm.
FLYING BIRD MOBILE
Time to get into a (gentle) flap! Make your own bird mobile. In this video, Thingumajig Theatre director Andrew Kim will show you step by step how to transform common household items like cardboard, string and paper into an animated bird with gentle flapping wings.
FLYING BIRD MOBILE with Thingumajig Theatre on Saturday 13th June, 11am.
MOVING MOUTH MONSTERS
Move that mouth on Monday! Make a simple muppet-style puppet from paper plates. Learn how to make them talk. With a little practice your puppet characters will soon be singing songs and dancing to your favourite music.'¯
MOVING MOUTH MONSTERS with Sokobauno Theatre / Little Fawn Caravan (of Glasgow) on Monday 15th June, 11am.
As usual you can expect:
Live yoga session with Katie from
Wild Thing Yoga, Facebook 11:30am
ARTandERT a showcase of artwork sent in from the local community, this week's theme is 'Portraits'.