A Film With A Mission – The Guitar Player Movie

Coach | September 1st, 2011 - 3:42 pm

The Guitar Player Movie from The Guitar Player on Vimeo.

Another brilliant project on Kickstarter. Check out The Guitar Player movie. Half of all profits from the film will be donated to homeless charities. An independent film about a homeless musician, this is a very special project. Make a pledge today. You can get awards, and even be a movie extra or producer!

Be a part of something truly extraordinary. Share this remarkable idea with your friends on twitter and Facebook.

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Rebecca Anne Withey – Outstanding Artist

Coach | August 12th, 2011 - 12:29 pm

‘Hole in the Head’ performed by Rebecca Anne-Withey

The incredibly talented deaf artist Rebecca Anne Withey wittily performs the Sugababes song with her ‘split personalities’.  Rebecca inspired us to add a new category to our blog:  Outstanding Artists. (Find out more about Rebecca’s work on The Dancing Phoenix.)

Let us know who else you would like us to feature!

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The Iron Man – Performed by Graeae Theatre Company

Coach | June 19th, 2011 - 11:57 am

Best Actor with Biggest Hands and Feet!

Join us next Saturday, 25 June 2011, for a performance of the award-winning Iron Man. Graeae Theatre Company is a very special group creating excellent quality, inclusive theatre. Don’t miss this show!

It’s free. We will pick up young people at various points in East London in plenty of time for the 13.45 performance at  the Greenwich Festival. As always, the disabled are very welcome.

Contact us to make arrangements:
Email: info@malaikayouthproject.org.uk

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Much Ado About Nothing – the hottest show in London is a great introduction to Shakespeare

Coach | May 31st, 2011 - 1:43 am

Starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate as the merrily warring couple, Benedick and Beatrice, this production of Much Ado About Nothing is perfect for Shakespeare newbies and nerds alike.

Set in 1980’s Gibraltar, complete with Michael Jackson and Indiana Jones costumes at the fancy dress party and Shakespeare’s songs set to 1980’s-style music, it is so well done that it makes Shakespeare immediate and accessible to almost anyone. We have been taking our pupils to see the play—their first ever Shakespeare—and they have absolutely loved it.

Those who have experienced the live participation of theatre—the feeling of being part of something extraordinary, the emotional and intellectual transformation—know that a single performance can change lives. We founded the Shakespeare Club to offer this joy to as many young people as we can.

We are very grateful to the cast and crew, and for the generosity of Wyndham’s Theatre, a Delfont Mackintosh theatre, for making this possible.

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Crash and Burn performed and signed by Rebecca Anne Withey

Coach | May 21st, 2011 - 4:24 am

The Savage Garden song beautifully performed by Rebecca Anne Withey

We are astonished and delighted by the talented Rebecca Anne Withey, also known as the Dancing Phoenix,  She shares her gifts and skills online, on TV and in live performances.

Explore the wonderful work of the Dancing Phoenix and read a cool interview with her on the BBC site. Want to get in touch? Rebecca Anne Withey’s contact info

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The Iron Man – Classic Children’s Tale Played by Graeae Theatre Company

Coach | April 16th, 2011 - 4:45 am

We will be bringing a group to see The Iron Man at Greenwich this June. Who would like to join?

The extraordinary Graeae Theatre Company is playing The Iron Man at the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival on the 24th through 26th of June.

Graeae (pronounced ‘gray eye’) is an amazing inclusive theatre company in Hackney. Learn more about them here. This is what they have to say about The Iron Man:

Ted Hughes’s classic children’s story, The IRON MAN, clanks, crunches and munches its way across the country’s summer cultural festival season in a new street arts adaptation of this beautiful tale of understanding and tolerance.

The performances are free, and you are welcome to come with us for the show on Saturday at 2PM. For more information, download the flyer.

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