Wythenshawe Arts Award Project

We’ve had a great time working with young people in Wythenshawe over the past 8 weeks. The group have taken part in drama activities, devising and performing their own scenes, and each completed their Bronze Arts Awards. As part of the project, we went to see Much Ado About Nothing at the Royal Exchange in Manchester and afterwards the group were able to meet and interview one of the actors, David Judge. The wordcloud below shows some of the young people’s feedback from the project – it’s always nice to see when fun is the word that comes up the most! This project has been delivered with the support of Wythenshawe Community Housing Trust and funded by the Arts Award Access Fund. A big well done to all the young people involved and we look forward to working with them again soon!Wythenshawe Word Cloud April 2014jpg

Meeting some of the cast from Much Ado About Nothing before interviewing David Judge

Meeting some of the cast from Much Ado About Nothing before interviewing David Judge

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Well done to our Truth About Youth cast!

A massive well done to the cast of our performance at the Truth About Youth Festival last night! The group worked together over a very short space of time to create an impressive piece, which the audience really enjoyed – congratulations guys!

Truth About Youth Festival Performance

enJOY arts are working with young people from RECLAIM to create a piece for the Truth About Youth Festival at the Royal Exchange in a couple of weeks’ time! Our performance is at 7:30pm on Wednesday 18th July – tickets are FREE but need to┬ábe booked so the venue has an idea of numbers. Come along if you can to see the group’s own creative exploration of fact and fiction; certainty and doubt…

See the Festival’s website for more information on how to book.