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Lighthouse & Black Theatre Live budding creative partnership with Phoebe McIntosh

Lighthouse & Black Theatre Live budding creative partnership with Phoebe McIntosh

16 November 2017

Black Theatre Live with our venue partner, Lightouse in Poole is excited to be piloting a new Associate Artist model with Phoebe McIntosh.

I Created A Theatre Show To Stamp Out The Stereotypes Of A Young Black Man

I Created A Theatre Show To Stamp Out The Stereotypes Of A Young Black Man

13 November 2017

Joseph Barnes-Philips of Big Foot blog on his experience of touring with Black Theatre Live this autumn. First appeared in the  for the Huffington Post, 10 November 2017

Budding Theatre Critic Hermione McNamara (aged 17 years) reviews Big Foot

Budding Theatre Critic Hermione McNamara (aged 17 years) reviews Big Foot

6 November 2017

Hermione McNamara, age 17, from the Queen Elizabeth High School in Hexham, reviewed Big Foot while it was on national tour to the Black Theatre Live consortium venue partner Queen's Hall Arts in Northumberland. 

Hermione said: I’ve always loved going to the theatre and fully admire the actors as it’s something I could never do, but in recent years I never had the time with working and forgot. In 2016, I took my Gold Arts Award and as part of my volunteering began to review. I’ve since passed my Arts Award but still enjoy attending and reviewing as many shows as possible.

Reaching Out to Young People in Northumberland

Reaching Out to Young People in Northumberland

18 November 2015

Amanda Gould, the Engagement & Development Manager at Queens Hall Arts Centre, Hexham shares the story about the exciting outreach work for young people done around the Tara Arts'  national tour of Macbeth in spring 2015.