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Chol Theatre Chol brings live story-making to people in their everyday communities.

We strive to work with children from all backgrounds and are passionate about finding ways to create new work with children who may not usually take part in theatre or story-making experiences. All of Chol's participants are valued as equal players, everyone is able to develop their potential and unlock their aspirations. Our unique equal players approach inspires democracy; imagination flourishes and communities are built.

Operating as usual

31/12/2022

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 12✨

Our final day of joy is a round up of our year!

2022 you have been a blast! We can't wait to see what 2023 will bring... Happy New Year everyone!😍

Read all about what we've been up to: https://wearechol.co.uk/2022-in-review/

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 11✨Check out 'Survivors' a mini film created as part of our Listen 52 project in 2022.Written, cre...
30/12/2022

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 11✨

Check out 'Survivors' a mini film created as part of our Listen 52 project in 2022.

Written, created and starring:

Alfie Askham
Caitlin Pickering
Evie Kaisi
Lois Adamson
Maia Gaskell
Mani Latifi
Will Gabbitas

Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21ya4Zm8QMk

29/12/2022

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 10✨

Today we go back in TIME to TimeCrashers, an online immersive event, part of our Tall Shadows project. Filmed during lockdown, TimeCrashers was a combination of live performance, filmed footage and escape-room style challenges set in Sheffield’s only time-travelling nightclub...

Watch the trailer below⬇

See the full TimeCrashers video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SipOL3CE3OE

28/12/2022

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 9✨

Another stunning dance from a former Young Producer, Cinnamon. Enjoy Cinnamon's Art Challenge from 2021, this particular piece taking the shape of a duet with Olivia.

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 8✨ Help us to continue and grow our work with the young people of Yorkshire through regular/one-of...
27/12/2022

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 8✨

Help us to continue and grow our work with the young people of Yorkshire through regular/one-off donations.

⭐️£5 will provide funds for any young person who needs to access expenses to attend a workshop or session

⭐️£10 will contribute towards materials for a free outreach community workshop with the Cholavan

⭐️£50 will contribute towards a whole class workshop, engaging children and supporting learning

Find out more and donate here: https://localgiving.org/charity/chol-theatre/

25/12/2022
Happy Christmas

⭐🎄Sending love and warmth this Christmas🎄⭐

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 6✨'Children become engaged, they develop new friendships and new ways of working with peers. A not...
24/12/2022

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 6✨

'Children become engaged, they develop new friendships and new ways of working with peers. A noticeable difference is seen in children who may find traditional schooling that repetitively focuses on prescribed individual written tasks frustrating. The magic of Chol enables a very different sort of engagement which requires individuals to work as a whole group.'

Read more... 'Care in Imaginary Communities and the Role of the Teacher' by Dr Becky Parry: https://wearechol.co.uk/care-in-imaginary-communities-and-the-role-of-the-teacher/

23/12/2022
Elendu's Art Challenge

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 5✨

Young producer Elendu introduces his cinematic project 'Warriors', created in 2021... enjoy!

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 4✨Have you seen our 'Postcards of Success'? These are a short animation of the five important stag...
22/12/2022
Postcards of Practice

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 4✨

Have you seen our 'Postcards of Success'? These are a short animation of the five important stages of Imaginary Communities:

⭐Idea generation
⭐Setting
⭐Characters
⭐Shared starting points
⭐Equal playmaker strategies

Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3ZLzSADH1c&t=9s

A short animation of the 5 stages of Imaginary Communities. For more information head over to our website www.wearechol.co.uk

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 2✨Don't forget our Imaginary Communities handbook is available to order, featuring illustrations b...
20/12/2022

✨12 Days of Joy - Day 2✨

Don't forget our Imaginary Communities handbook is available to order, featuring illustrations by the fantastic Ruth Dyer.

We are in the process of setting up a web page which will include all our previous and current publications available for purchase. For now, please email us via DM or to [email protected] if you would like to purchase the handbook, and we will be back in touch in early January 2023.

Sending peace and love x
18/12/2022

Sending peace and love x

'Celebrating 175 years of arrivals at Huddersfield’s St George’s Square...'Find out more about our second year of the Hu...
14/12/2022
Celebrating 175 years of arrivals at Huddersfield’s St George’s Square

'Celebrating 175 years of arrivals at Huddersfield’s St George’s Square...'

Find out more about our second year of the Huddersfield High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) cultural and heritage programme, celebrating St George’s Square in Huddersfield and those who have passed through it.

HSHAZ is a government funded scheme led by Historic England and working in partnership with Kirklees Council.

📸Photo by Roger Kinder, courtesy of Huddersfield Local History Society

Read more⬇️

An exciting cultural and heritage programme celebrating St George’s Square and those who have passed through it is now nearing the end of its second year. The Huddersfield High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) – a government funded scheme...

'I leaned on art as an outlet to articulate and express what I was feeling... it provided an escape from reality and saf...
13/12/2022
Art Changed my Life. It Can Change Yours Too | Natasha Clarke | TEDxDoncaster

'I leaned on art as an outlet to articulate and express what I was feeling... it provided an escape from reality and safe space where I could create.'

Check out this incredibly moving & inspiring TED talk from the AMAZING Natasha Clarke Art, who created our Windrush Mural in early 2022. So proud of you Natasha 🧡

Watch ⬇️

Natasha believes that 'Art is for Everyone, In her TEDx Doncaster Talk, Natasha presents the idea that art should be made and celebrated by all cultures, eco...

09/12/2022

✨12 Days of Joy✨

Join us on social media daily from 19 Dec - 31 Dec (not including 25 December of course!) for '12 Days of Joy', where we'll be sharing all sorts of little treats, from short videos to useful resources for schools.

Sending love,

The Chol team 💕

We love working with the very enthusiastic and fantastic Bowling Park Primary School! 😍
06/12/2022

We love working with the very enthusiastic and fantastic Bowling Park Primary School! 😍

One of the many perks of being the Imaginary Communities artist in residence - you get to attend the Christmas panto tri...
05/12/2022

One of the many perks of being the Imaginary Communities artist in residence - you get to attend the Christmas panto trip! Can highly recommend Lawrence Batley Theatre's Jack and the Beanstalk, festive fun for all the family!

Hooray!👏✨

🌷Giving Tuesday🌷On  we would like to highlight our Local Giving page. Firstly, a huge thank you to everyone who has dona...
29/11/2022
Chol | Localgiving

🌷Giving Tuesday🌷

On we would like to highlight our Local Giving page. Firstly, a huge thank you to everyone who has donated to so far, we hugely appreciate your support. To anyone who'd like to donate, please do so via the link below. As a charity, your donations, big or small, enable us to continue our important work.

If you can't donate but would like to support us, even just sharing our page will increase our reach and enable us to engage with more children and young people through theatre.

if you already donate to us, or would like to, here's an insight as to what your money might go towards.

⭐️£5 will provide funds for any young person who needs to access expenses to attend a workshop or session

⭐️£10 will contribute towards materials for a free outreach community workshop with the Cholavan

⭐️£50 will contribute towards a whole class workshop, engaging children and supporting learning

Find out more and donate here: https://localgiving.org/charity/chol-theatre/

We believe that local is better. By connecting grassroots organisations with donations, fundraising and grants plus resources and support, we are proud to help thousands of UK community groups do amazing things every day.

Are you aged 16-24 and interested in getting involved with music, art and creative events happening in Kirklees?Join the...
28/11/2022

Are you aged 16-24 and interested in getting involved with music, art and creative events happening in Kirklees?

Join the Future Creative volunteer team with our friends at Evoke. You can volunteer in your local community or get involved from home. Expenses are paid and you will receive training and support.

Volunteers will get the opportunity to meet professionals, access events for free, update your CV, gain a reference, make friends, improve your wellbeing and make an impact.

Please register your interest here: https://tslkirklees.org.uk/volunteering-roles/entry/event-volunteer-future-creative-team-16-24-years-8382/

Did you know in 2025 Rotherham will become the world’s first Children’s Capital of Culture?! We are so excited to be pro...
25/11/2022
Making Rotherham Children’s Capital of Culture: The story so far...

Did you know in 2025 Rotherham will become the world’s first Children’s Capital of Culture?!

We are so excited to be producing Childrens Capital of Culture: Making It Happen Manifesto launch event in January!

Carly has been at Gullivers Valley today working up ideas for the launch…we can’t wait for this! Check out the story so far here -
https://youtu.be/q5yMfbmgl1Y

We made a short film about Rotherham becoming the first ever Children’s Capital of Culture in 2025, and the young people making it happen. Please watch it an...

🌼World Children's Day🌼Today is  and the theme this year is 'Inclusion, For Every Child'.In our work we are constantly st...
20/11/2022

🌼World Children's Day🌼

Today is and the theme this year is 'Inclusion, For Every Child'.

In our work we are constantly striving towards creating safe, inclusive spaces for children and young people, allowing them to get creative, use their imaginations and develop transferable skills.

We have recently started our second year of work with Bowling Park Primary School, working across their two sites to kickstart Year 2 of the Empowering Voice project, part of our Imaginary Communities framework. The project, run by Story Makers Company at Leeds Beckett University, has been developed alongside Bowling Park Primary and the BD5 network and looks at building children’s oracy and communication skills through drama.

Find out more: https://wearechol.co.uk/chol-enters-year-2-of-the-empowering-voice-project/

‼️The Civic Theatre in Rotherham are hiring ‼️Civic Theatre Rotherham are looking for techies to join their team! To fin...
17/11/2022
Vacancies and volunteering | Rotherham Theatres

‼️The Civic Theatre in Rotherham are hiring ‼️

Civic Theatre Rotherham are looking for techies to join their team!

To find out more and how to apply look here - https://www.rotherhamtheatres.co.uk/about/vacancies/

Vacancies Technical Manager £27,852 – £30,151, dependent on experience Permanent, 37 Hours Per Week, Full Time The Technical Manager is key operational role within the team, responsible for the safe production of a range of shows within Rotherham Civic Theatre. The Technical Manager will be a st...

🤞Fingers Crossed Selfie Day🤞It’s  and we're feeling thankful to everyone who plays the National Lottery and our amazing ...
14/11/2022

🤞Fingers Crossed Selfie Day🤞

It’s and we're feeling thankful to everyone who plays the National Lottery and our amazing young producers who we've been able to work with on a variety of projects, with thanks to National Lottery funding.

Here is one of our Young Producers Maia with her . Maia recently achieved her Silver Arts Award alongside Lois and we're so proud of them both!

Sending huge to all players whose financial contributions have have helped these incredible young women to achieve their potential.

Arts Council England

Yesterday certainly called for bubbles. Congratulations to all the  runners & riders. Heart goes out to the less lucky i...
05/11/2022

Yesterday certainly called for bubbles.

Congratulations to all the runners & riders.

Heart goes out to the less lucky in this round.

04/11/2022

🥳🎊🎉NPO Announcement 🎉🎊🥳

We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in our bid for Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) funding. We want to take this opportunity to thank the communities we work with, our partners,
supporters and friends. Chol wouldn’t exist without you!

We are extremely excited for what’s next to come for us. Read the full announcement here: https://wearechol.co.uk/npo-announcement-2022/

Sending love, the Chol team x



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Yesterday was the start of our exciting planning process with Becky Parry & XR Stories, to create an immersive, digital ...
02/11/2022

Yesterday was the start of our exciting planning process with Becky Parry & XR Stories, to create an immersive, digital theatre piece set in a fairground, centring on the myth of Cassandra - exploring what it is to not be believed.

More to come soon - watch this space!✨

We had so much fun on Monday at The Glass Works in Barnsley as we hunted down the mythical Eldon Street Beast and began ...
27/10/2022

We had so much fun on Monday at The Glass Works in Barnsley as we hunted down the mythical Eldon Street Beast and began creating the card-game...

Thank you to everyone who came along, here's a few pics from the day ✨

Barnsley Museums & Heritage Trust Historic England Story Trails

24/10/2022
Happy Diwali

✨✨✨Happy Diwali✨✨✨

Sending love and light to everyone 💜

Photos from Story Trails's post
24/10/2022

Photos from Story Trails's post

Join us TOMORROW at our Cholavan outside the Glass Works in Barnsley to help us find that pesky Eldon Street Beast & dis...
23/10/2022

Join us TOMORROW at our Cholavan outside the Glass Works in Barnsley to help us find that pesky Eldon Street Beast & discover a mysterious world of myth and magic...

🗓10am-4pm, Monday 24 October

Recommended for young people aged 4-11 and their families.

Story Trails Fusion - Barnsley’s Cultural Education Partnership Barnsley Events

We had the most inspiring evening last night with Chula education at our Her Voice event at Arts Catalyst space in Sheff...
21/10/2022

We had the most inspiring evening last night with Chula education at our Her Voice event at Arts Catalyst space in Sheffield.

We had amazing conversations and discussions with a group of courageous young women exploring what it is to be a woman in today’s society.

Watch this space for the next stage of this project... 👀

Join us at our Cholavan on Monday 24 October outside the Glass Works in Barnsley to help us find that pesky Eldon Street...
21/10/2022

Join us at our Cholavan on Monday 24 October outside the Glass Works in Barnsley to help us find that pesky Eldon Street Beast...

Uh-oh... the Eldon Street Beast is missing!

But what does it look like? Where has it been spotted and what other mythical creatures in the area might know something of its whereabouts?

Find us at our Cholavan outside the Glass Works in Barnsley from 10am-4pm on Monday 24 October, and help us uncover the mysterious hidden world of myth and magic lurking right under your nose...

Recommended for young people aged 4-11 and their families.

Story Trails Fusion - Barnsley’s Cultural Education Partnership Barnsley Events

TOMORROW! 🔥🔥🔥Join us at Soft Ground, Sheffield (Arts Catalyst) for a drop-in session exploring what it's like to be fema...
19/10/2022

TOMORROW! 🔥🔥🔥

Join us at Soft Ground, Sheffield (Arts Catalyst) for a drop-in session exploring what it's like to be female in this challenging world.

Hosted with Chula education, the session will give you a chance to make some noise and really talk about what makes you feel... angry, through creative workshops and discussion.

🍪☕️Free drinks and snacks also included, what's not to like?

🗓4-7pm, 20 October

🎟Book: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hervoice-whats-changed-tickets-439663373987

There's still time to share with us which famous girl/woman in history or present day has inspired you. This can be for ...
18/10/2022

There's still time to share with us which famous girl/woman in history or present day has inspired you. This can be for any reason, big or small.

Please feel free to write in the comments or if you'd prefer, email us on [email protected].

Your responses will play a role in our 'Her Voice' drop-in session on Thursday 20 October with Chula education.

Thank you everyone🦋

Uh-oh... the Eldon Street Beast is missing!But what does it look like? Where has it been spotted and what other mythical...
18/10/2022

Uh-oh... the Eldon Street Beast is missing!

But what does it look like? Where has it been spotted and what other mythical creatures in the area might know something of its whereabouts?

Find us at our Cholavan outside the Glass Works in Barnsley from 10am-4pm on Monday 24 October, and help us uncover the mysterious hidden world of myth and magic lurking right under your nose...

Recommended for young people aged 4-11 and their families.

Story Trails Fusion - Barnsley’s Cultural Education Partnership Barnsley Events

There's so much going on in Yorkshire this October for Black History Month, this year themed: Time for Change: Action No...
15/10/2022

There's so much going on in Yorkshire this October for Black History Month, this year themed: Time for Change: Action Not Words

See what's on: https://www.blackhistorymonth.org.uk/listings/region/yorkshire/

We'd also like to make a special shout out to our friends at Conscious Youth C.I.C, who are today (from 10am-5pm) running a number of free activities and events for all the family to get involved in.

Find out more: https://consciousyouth.co.uk/back-to-our-roots/creatives-culture-market/

Talk to us! 🗣Ahead of our 'Her Voice' drop-in session on Thursday 20 October with Chula education, we're thinking about ...
14/10/2022

Talk to us! 🗣

Ahead of our 'Her Voice' drop-in session on Thursday 20 October with Chula education, we're thinking about any women in history or present day who have inspired us.

Which famous woman has inspired you and why? Please share in the comments section below - we'd love to hear your thoughts ❤️

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So grateful for the year gone-by... thank you to everyone whose enjoyed a Story Trails' story, either live, through audio, or in game form! Thank you for being ready to play, for brilliant conversations, mighty walks, for your friendship and incredible knowledge!

Wakefield Libraries Chol Theatre Barnsley Museums & Heritage Trust Wakefield Museum Pontefract Castle - A Journey Back In Time Leeds Libraries Junction Arts Festival Chol Theatre Adverse Camber Barefoot Festival Barnsley Museums at The Glass Works We Great Ladies Clifton Park Museum Keppels Column Barnsley College Leeds City College
Thank you Chol Theatre for sharing this!
- We at Chol Theatre have two exciting opportunities for teachers to work alongside artists in schools between January and July 2023.

We are offering:

- One artist residency - involving a Chol artist working with teachers and children on a weekly basis in curriculum time, co-creating a new project in school, and providing CPD opportunities for all staff.

- Four whole school introductions - a chance for every child and teacher to work with an artist to explore Imaginary Communities and creative learning.

These opportunities are heavily match-funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and build on Chol’s Imaginary Communities (IC) approach to story-making in the classroom. Please do get in touch with Carly if you are a teacher, an artist, or a senior leader and you would like an informal chat about the possibilities [email protected]

More information about these opportunities can be found here: https://wearechol.co.uk/imaginary-communities/

Really welcome that Yorkshire and the Humber is getting a 35% increase in Arts Council England funding with Chol Theatre, Mikron Theatre Company based in Marsden and Slaithwaite based Shabang Inclusive Learning benefitting in our area.
So much fun was had today in as children helped us to find the mythical , and began creating the card-game!
Barnsley Museums & Heritage Trust Barnsley Museums at The Glass Works Chol Theatre historicengland Barnsley Market (photos shared with permission)
Tonight we've been hosting the official premiere of Windrush: The Years After - A Community Legacy on Film! A huge thanks to Foxwood Panyard Huddersfield Community Gospel Choir , Gravy's Caribbean Cuisine, Chol Theatre and all the invited delegates for helping to make tonight such a wonderful success so far!

A reminder that Windrush: The Years After will be available online for everyone on October the 14th!

Keep your eyes peeled over the next few weeks for updates.

The Creative Kirklees website moves to a new improved platform next week on Monday 26 September. Take a look around the new site and be sure to sign up to our fabulous new-style newsletter on the pop up screen that will appear after a few seconds after you enter the site. https://beta.creativekirklees.com/en-UK

Kirklees MUSiK - Music in Kirklees University of Huddersfield Huddersfield Students' Union Chol Theatre Lawrence Batley Theatre CreativeScene Proper Job Theatre Company Hello Huddersfield Piazza Shopping Centre Kirklees Town Halls Kirklees Museums & Galleries Kirklees Libraries Arts Council England Dark Horse Theatre UK
Days of Joy is a new arts engagement and youth voice project co-created with children and young people from across Barnsley. Catch the exhibition at Wombwell Library.
They’re asking: what arts, culture and heritage opportunities you would like to see available in Barnsley?
The exhibition showcases work from six classes across three schools who took part in workshops to develop knowledge and understanding of different arts activities, exploring common activities as well as the lesser known arts.

Chol Theatre Fusion - Barnsley’s Cultural Education Partnership Barnsley South Area Team
THE WHITE LINE CELEBRATION

The White Line Celebration took place on Sunday 21 August 2022 at St George’s Square in Huddersfield to mark the 75th anniversary of India and Pakistan’s independence.

First up was one of the INTERWOVEN films, a soundscape that was originally produced for the Woven festival in June 2021, and which combines Boliyan singing, brass bands, spoken word and traditional folk singing. The gathering audience included groups of older Indian ladies who were clearly recognising their own stories and experiences in the textile industry. The ladies’ reaction revealed how this film not only provided a space to meet and enjoy the film, but also helped stimulate conversations and evoke memories. It’s vitally important to recognise and communicate that the heritage of the textile industry in Kirklees isn’t just the traditional white working-class story. The vibrant colourful textile banner by Pavan Sembi also inspired conversations relating to partition and migration stories.

After the film came the first Boliyan performance by B***e B***e Sangeet, women singing beautiful and colourful traditional Panjabi folk songs, with a bit of contemporary Western pop thrown in for good measure. This is what the event did really well throughout the day; it combined poignancy and serious issues – the next film to be shown was A New Life in Huddersfield: Memories of Partition and Migration by Let's Go Yorkshire, exploring the immigrant experience and the horrors of the 1947 partition – and celebratory fun beautifully, recognising that it’s just as important to celebrate migration stories as it is to remember why people left their motherland after partition, a painful legacy that divided communities that once lived side-by-side.

More celebratory fun was brought to the event with a screening of classic songs from Indian cinema and a Bhangra dance workshop from Hardeep Sahota, which had a large group joyfully dancing and clapping around the Square.

The high energy dance and singing activities were well balanced with calmer and slower events, giving audiences moments for reflection and opportunities to sample the excellent Indian street food and chai on offer. These included Chol Theatre’s performance of Three Pounds in my Pocket, featuring live bansuri flute and violin by Vijay VenkatVenkat and tabla and santoor by John Ball, and the final film of the afternoon, INTERWOVEN The Story of Shoddy in Song.

Looking around at the diverse mix of people in the audience having fun, joining in and celebrating together in the sun felt like genuine connection and community! Feedback from audience members was overwhelmingly positive, with the atmosphere being described as positive, relaxing and welcoming.

“The event is bringing people and the community together.”
“Inspiring and fantastic.”
“There should be something like this happening every week.”
“It’s a reminder that you’re Pakistani and I’m Indian, but we speak the same languages, we eat the same food, we’re the same – it’s only the politicians saying we aren’t.”

The White Line Celebration was curated by Let's Go Yorkshire and contributed to this year’s ‘Arrivals’ theme of the Huddersfield High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) cultural programme. It was funded by Arts Council England and the HSHAZ cultural programme, a government funded scheme led by Historic England, in partnership with Kirklees Council.

View The White Line Celebration short film HERE: https://www.yfanefa.com/record/68045



Laura Mateescu Photography
Free summer art activities in Woodlaithes!

Tomorrow Chol Theatre will be popping up in the Woodlaithes area delivering arts-based activities to young people (ages 11+).

Find out more: https://www.rotherham.gov.uk/news/article/587/free-summer-art-activities-in-woodlaithes
Days of Joy is a new arts engagement and youth voice project co-created with children and young people from across Barnsley. Catch the exhibition at Hoyland Library until the end of August. They’re asking: what arts, culture and heritage opportunities you would like to see available in Barnsley?
The exhibition showcases work from six classes across three schools who took part in workshops to develop knowledge and understanding of different arts activities, exploring common activities as well as the lesser known arts.

Chol Theatre Fusion - Barnsley’s Cultural Education Partnership Barnsley South Area Team
This Afternoon, Huddersfield’s St George’s Square will be filled with music, dance, theatre and film with a special event to mark the 75th anniversary of independence in India and Pakistan.

Historic England Arts Council England Chol Theatre
Songwriter Sam Hodgson (aka Samh) and Pedlaz Cycling Club will be cycling from Dewsbury Train Station to Huddersfield Train Station on 21st August to commemorate the arrival of the first train to Huddersfield, 175 years ago. They aim to arrive at the station by 1pm, just in time for the White Line Celebrations at St. George’s Square. Samh will be using this cycling experience to write songs about cycling for a new project entitled Making Tracks.

For more information visit: www.samhsong.com/makingtracks

Samh Pedlazcc Cityconnect Manasamitra Chol Theatre Kirklees

We have an extra treat this coming Monday at the Museum!

As well as fantastic free wellbeing and community activities, Maker World on Tour are joining us!

Visit our friends Chol Theatre and Children's Art School in the Cholavan for Art and Creative Activities for all ages.
Free summer activities are taking place for young people in the Wickersley North ward. This includes:

⚽️ Multi-sport sessions
🎨 Creative activities

Find out more: https://www.rotherham.gov.uk/news/article/589/summer-activities-for-young-people-in-wickersley-north

Rotherham United Community Sports Trust I Chol Theatre
Join Let's Go Yorkshire as we commemorate the and mark the 75th anniversary of independence in and through music, dance, theatre and film!

SUNDAY 21 AUGUST, 1-4pm
St George’s Square, Huddersfield

★ 1-1:15pm INTERWOVEN Soundscape Woven in Kirklees

★ 1 :15-1:30pm Giddha Boliyan Part 1 (traditional Punjabi folk songs) by B***e B***e Sangeet

★ 1.30-2pm A New Life in Huddersfield: Memories of Partition and Migration documentary

★ 2-2:30pm Classic songs from Indian cinema

★ 2:30-3pm Chol Theatre’s play ‘Three Pounds in my Pocket’ featuring live music

★ 3-3:30pm Bhangra by Hardeep Sahota

★ 3:30-3:45pm Giddha Boliyan Part 2 by B***e B***e Sangeet

★ 3:45-4pm INTERWOVEN Round and Around: The Story of Shoddy in Song

For further information
[email protected]



Illustration by Peter O'Toole
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