ERT would love to hear from you!Tue 28th April 2020
Over the next few weeks, ERT’s online programme of events will continue to entertain you, but they have ideas for you too!
Last Sunday ERT’s Artistic Director Adrian Rawlins shared a reading of his favourite breakfast themed poem Oatmeal by Galway Kinnell.
Caroline Ullyart read her original breakfast inspired poems First World and Window. Click on the poem titles if you would like to listen again.
Everyone was thrilled when viewers reciprocated by sharing photos of their own creative breakfasts on ERT’s Facebook page.
Next Sunday, the ERT will be introducing grandparent themed poems with a reading of Sonnet 2 by ERT regular Clive Kneller whose became a grandad for the second time last week!
If you have favourite poems about grandparents, or ones written by or for grandparents, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2nd May at 2 pm when the theatre will be selecting some to be heard on 3rd May.
But before then...
BEFORE we get to Sunday, there is an amazing week ahead! See below for a selection of what’s coming up.
#MindfulMondays - bedtime yoga and meditation videos
#HomeSchoolTuesday - She Productions have a 'Finding Your Voice' event that will be running throughout the week - see below for further details.
ART@ERT every Wednesday - sharing inspiration artwork from local artists
#PlayTheDayAwayThursday - this week we have a lovely short story from Tom Wilders
#FeelGoodFriday - It's 'Wordsworth Week' so listen out for Richard Avery's rendition of A HOST OF GOLDEN DAFFODILS and of course, the Twilight Radio Show will be back to bring a smile on your Friday evening
#ParadisePlaylists LIVE 1pm Alice Palmer will be interviewing ERT legend ... It's only theatre manager Sue Kirkman!!!
#SaturdayVibes Live in Your Living Room 7pm with Laura Mould
Sunday - celebrating grandparents poetry day
SHE PRODUCTIONS will be storytelling live at 3pm everyday, and at 4pm they will be demonstrating various ways you can explore your creativity and find which style of storytelling suits you best: music, dance, role play, puppetry or writing. What's your style? Find your voice with the She's.
Laura Mould will be LIVE on the East Riding Theatre Facebook page on Saturday 2nd May at 7pm bringing live music from her living room to yours!
East Riding Theatre are asking for donations to our ARTISTS FUND. With no ticket sales it's impossible for them to pay artists providing all their online entertainment. If you can, please do consider contributing to the artists fund. East Riding Theatre will not be keeping any of the money... It will all be shared between actors, musicians and artists who are helping to keep us all entertained during the lockdown. You can donate here. Thank you!