Terrifyingly Tall Tales - Half Term Workshop

Terrifyingly Tall Tales

It's coming up to Halloween and strange things are afoot at Sutton House, one of Hackney oldest buildings. Hackney Shed are inviting you to investigate the creepy corridors and spooky spaces, where we'll work together to come up with the most terrifyingly tall talesDon't miss out on this spine-tingling experience!

If you're interested in performing or making work with other young people then this is the workshop for you!

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For ages 11+
Date: Tuesday 24 October 11am - 4pm
Venue: Sutton House, 2 & 4 Homerton High St, E9 6JQ

Reserve your space now so you don't miss out via barry@hackneyshed.org.uk

Summer Project - Hackney Carnival Collective

THE HACKNEY CARNIVAL COLLECTIVE

We have a very exciting opportunity for a FREE summer project!

Are you aged 16 -25?

Do you have a learning disability?

Want to learn new skills and perform in Hackney Carnival?

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Hackney Shed have teamed up with Access All Areas to bring you a free carnival project as part of Discover Young Hackney Festival this summer.

Running from August to September, 16 - 25 year old's with learning difficulties/disabilities are invited to join the Hackney Carnival Collective: a wonderfully fun opportunity to work with professional artists on creating music, movement and costume. 

Participants can sign up to one or both parts of the projects as follows -

Part 1 with HACKNEY SHED

2 - 4 August, 11 – 4pm

To book a place on Part 1 please contact:

barry@hackneyshed.org.uk or call 07950 838 238

 

Part 2 with ACCESS ALL AREAS

29 August – 1 September, 12 – 5pm

To book a place on Part 2 please contact:

alex@accessallareastheatre.org or call 0207 613 6445

 

Both projects take place at CHATS PALACE

Address: 42 – 44 Brooksby’s Walk, Hackney E9 6DF

Nearest Station: Homerton

If you are interested or know someone who might like to get involved then please email for an application form. Of course, if you've any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch.

If you don't consider yourself to have learning difficulties/disabilities but would still like to get involved then still get in touch with us at -barry@hackneyshed.org.uk

Places are very limited so please do reply asap.

Looking forward to some carnival fun!

Find us on the Discover Young Hackney Website!

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A Fairy Tale - Hackney Shed's Summer Production

Tickets are now available for our end of term summer production featuring our Children's Theatre and our Youth Theatre!

 

The focus at the start of this year was responding to images and writing and looking at an overall theme of ‘perception’.  What we see and what is the truth behind it.  We were reminded of the famous ‘Cottingley fairies’ photographs, taken exactly 100 years ago in 1917 by two young cousins who convinced the world that they really did have fairies at the bottom of their garden!  In this modern world of ‘fake news’ and social media it’s hard to keep track of reality versus fantasy, and our performances this evening explore these themes with a touch of added fairy dust!  These original pieces were written by one of our talented practitioners but inspired by the characters and scenarios invented by our members in their Hackney Shed sessions.

Half Term Holiday Circus Skills Masterclass

 

Tuesday 30th May 2017

We are running a free masterclass workshop during the half term break around circus skills. This is a follow up to our hugely successful masterclass last year and will be led by circus artist, Kaveh Rahnama, who works at Jackson's Lane and is artistic director of 'Nearly There Yet' theatre company.

This is a great opportunity to work with a professional circus artist and members of the Hackney Shed team. The workshops will cover skills such as juggling, acrobatic skills and hula hoop techniques, however, no experience is necessary so come along if you want to learn new or perfect old skills!

The workshop will take place during the half term break on Tuesday 30th May in the Theatre space at BSix College, Kenninghill Road, E5 8BP.

There will be two session times

  • 10am - 1pm (8-11 year old's)

  • 1.30 - 4.30pm (11-17 year old's)

The workshop is free and open to all (current Hackney Shed members as well as past/non Hackney Shed members).

Spaces are limited and need to be booked in advance and an application form completed.  Please email barry@hackneyshed.org.uk for more information, an application form or to reserve a place.  Please specify the names and ages of participants and which time slot you require places for.

Reserve your space with Barry now so you don't miss out!

More Power to You! Free Drama workshop 6th May 2017

We are running a free masterclass on Saturday 6th May (2.30 - 6.30pm) at Sutton House in Hackney. This is for 13-19 year olds, although if you happen to be just outside this age range do get in touch.
 

There are a small amount of places available on a first come first served basis.  Please email barry@hackneyshed.org.uk to reserve a place and fill out the attached application form.

More Power to You

If you could change one thing in your world what would that be?
What is important to you?
What power do young people have anyway?

Inspired by Sutton House's upcoming exhibition, The School of Anarchy, Hackney Shed are running a half-day workshop at the Hackney venue for 13-19 year olds around the themes of power and protest. 

We’ll explore the amazing spaces and have access to specially selected items from the exhibition, devise our own work in response and record a podcast which will be shared online at a later date.

If you're interested in performing and creating work with other young people, work that matters to you then this is the workshop for you.

Date: Saturday 6th May, 2.30 - 6.30pm
Venue: Sutton House2 & 4 Homerton High St, E9 6JQ

Reserve your space now so you don't miss out!