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Taking Part: She's In Floods theatre project - rehearsals

She's In Floods is a theatre project for young people involving drama techniques, script writing, live and recorded interviews, improvisation and theatre games to consider the best ways of responding to and coping with emergencies.

Performance times and tickets

  • Rehearsals

    13, 20, 27 September
    4, 11, 18, October
    1, 8, 15, 22 November

    8pm-9.30pm
    Kirkgate Centre, Cockermouth

  • Tickets

Taking Part: She's In Floods - premiere

Carly and her family are about to go through the nightmare of being flooded out of their house and home. How they cope is up to you.

Performance times and tickets

  • Friday 23 November • 7.30pm
  • Tickets Admission is free. Please consider making a donation in support of victims of flooding in West Cumbria.

Taking Part: Mini Messel's Makers - Shadow Puppets

Don't miss the chance to take a sneaky peek at the set design for our Christmas show Mrs Lutwige and the Magic of the North Pier Lighthouse and create your own shadow puppets inspired by the production.

Performance times and tickets

  • Saturday 8 December • 2pm-4pm
  • Tickets Adults and over-5s £5 • Under-5s free
    Price includes snack and juice

Taking Part: Rosehill Children’s Choir

Rosehill’s new children’s choir is for ages 7-11 and meets every Wednesday 4.15-5.45pm in term-time. Our rehearsals are fun, engaging sessions, designed to introduce members to new musical experiences, develop vocal skills and ignite a love of singing.

Performance times and tickets

  • Wednesdays during term-time • 4.15-5.45pm

    Concert - Thursday 6 December

  • Tickets Being a member of the choir costs £40 per term • £10 discount available for siblings

    Bursaries are available towards the cost of joining. Contact us for further information.

Taking Part: Start at Rosehill

Start, created by Children & the Arts, is a three-year engagement programme of arts activity between selected cultural organisations and local schools that tackles inequality by working only with the children who need it most, who are at risk of missing out on a creative and cultural education.

Performance times and tickets


  • Tickets

 
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