Brickyard podcast April 22
The Brickyard Crew with reports on the March for Ukraine and The Ancient City of Phibonak

ukrainian flags At last, The Brickyard Crew, who are the youth wing on HotHouse Theatre, and produce reports and other stuff for Oh My Nottz, have started getting out there, meeting face to face a producing actual reports on things again.

All their reports and sketches and things will end up on Oh My Nottz as they are completed. So watch out for them on these pages.

This month we have 2 audio reports for you, and a couple of slideshows to go with them.

There is a report on the March for Ukraine, which took place in Nottingham on Sat 19th of March, and one on The City of Phibonak, an exhibition at the Lakeside Arts in Nottingham, which will be running until 1st of May.

Enjoy.


Brickyard podcast April 22

reports on the March for Ukraine and The Ancient City of Phibonak

Featuring:
Ashton, Dennis, Libble, Luis and Sean.

Thanks to:
Clayton, Alfie, Guy and Paul

Ukraine march slidshow

Ancient City of Phibonak slidshow

Poetry Global Party
The Poetry Global Network and HotHouse Theatre
Part of Nottingham Poetry Festival

The Old Cold Store, Queensbridge Road, Nottingham
and online
7th May

Poetry Global Party Part Nottingham favourites, part international Zoom poets, part open mic, with a hybrid open mic afterparty at a secret location in the burbs.

Doors open 5.30pm, poetry starts at 6pm.

Open mic signup on the night.

The location of the afterparty will be revealed at 10pm.

click here

Hothouse Theatre’s AGM

Broadway Cinema, Nottingham, 20th April

hothouse theatre The AGM will include the world premier of our latest audio project – Introducing Mr Charles Dickens – the life of Dickens in his own words - Part 1, Born in a Caul.

Oh, and there will also be a veggie buffet and it is all free.

Interested in coming along? Send us an email guy@hothousetheatre.com

Solidarity with Ukraine March
Nottingham 19th March 2022

Over 400 people took part in the march, which went from the Robin Hood statue, round the centre of town, and ended up at the Brian Clough Statue.

A group of young people recorded the event for an Oh My Nottz report.

Here is the slideshow made up of some of the photos they took.

Check out the news and how you can help click here

The Ancient City of Phibonak
Paul Matosic
Lakeside Arts
Till 1st May

Ancient City of Phibonak Running concurrently with the British Museum touring exhibition Ancient Iraq: New Discoveries, Nottingham-based artist Paul Matosic’s recent body of work explores the ruins of the ancient city of Phibonak.


For more on the Lakeside Arts exhibition click here

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