Nottz Diary
What's happening around Nottz
BLACK: Yesterday
City Arts
Dates of event: Till - 4 Feb 2021

It features sketches, collage, illustration, poetry, diary entries and excerpts from blog posts. They highlight some of the uncomfortable conversations relating to anti-black racism, from systemic racism, to colourism, misogynoir and more.

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The Signalman: Auditions

 Hothouse Theatre are looking for voice actors for a radio style production of this classic Dickens ghost story.

The auditions will take the form of a workshop around the script and will be done, like so much these days, via Zoom.

You don’t have to have acting experience. If you fancy having a go let us know.

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Tales from Shakespeare
RSC
Till - 14th Feb

Celebrated author Michael Morpurgo's fresh retellings of Shakespeare's timeless stories for schools and families.

Aimed at young people aged six to 16, the former Children’s Laureate relocates Shakespeare’s characters to contemporary settings, unlocking the vivid drama at the heart of the tales.

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Holocaust Memorial Day
Holocaust Memorial Day trust
26th Jan

Holocaust Memorial Day is the day for everyone to remember the millions of people murdered in the Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution, and in the genocides which followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur.

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The Signalman: Auditions
Hothouse Theatre
27th Jan

Hothouse Theatre are looking for voice actors for a radio style production of this classic Dickens ghost story.

The auditions will take the form of a workshop around the script and will be done, like so much these days, via Zoom.

You don’t have to have acting experience. If you fancy having a go let us know.

The workshop approach to auditions is fun! So it you fancy messing around doing funny voices, come along anyway.

The finish piece will go out as recorded audio, so you don’t have to worry about learning lines or first night nerves! If you wish to attend contact us by Mon 25th Jan so we can send you the script we will be working from.

email info@hothousetheatre.com

How to Get Involved in Refugee Week 2021
Refugee Week
4th Feb

Refugee Week is an annual festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees, and everyone is welcome to take part by running their own event or activity.

Join us for this online session full of inspiration and information about how you can get involved in Refugee Week 2021, which will take place 14-20 June with the theme ‘We Cannot Walk Alone’.

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UN Anti Racism Day - National Day of Action
Stand Up To Racism
20th March

On March 20, 2021, UN Anti-Racism Day, events will take place in cities, communities and online events around the world. In Britain, socially distanced protests will take place across the country, including Central London, and a national online rally will take place with speakers representing the broad alliance of communities and organisations that make up the anti-racist movement.

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Refugee Week
Refugee Week
14-20 June

Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees. Founded in 1998 and held every year around World Refugee Day on the 20 June, Refugee Week is also a growing global movement.

Through a programme of arts, cultural and educational events alongside media and creative campaigns, Refugee Week brings about positive encounters between communities, helping them to connect and learn from each other, and promoting a culture of welcome.

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150 Miles For Accelerated Literacy

 What with Lockdown and the absence of any races to focus on, not only has Guy got out of the habit of running, he has also put on rather more weight than even he would have expected over the festival period.

Consequently he has decided to grab the nettle firmly, get off his butt and run 150 miles before Easter and in the process raise much needed funds for Hothouse Theatre’s Accelerated Literacy Project.

Accelerated Literacy

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