Strictly Collaborative is calling for people to join in their multi-disciplined durational performance 24 Hours of Play.
This event will bring together performers, artists, dancers, photographers, film makers, to play for 24 hours.
24 Hours of Play is a 24-hour fundraising event to raise money for the theatre group’s new production.
The fundraising idea is based on collaboration and play between different disciplines, and at the moment the line up of events that cover open-mic, orchestra, contact improvisation, comedy, clowning, body painting, performance art, carnival activities including tarot cards, paper aeroplane contests, sports day, truth or dare, and there’s room for more ideas, too.
Strictly Collaborative is a disabled-led inclusive theatre company for 13 to 25 year olds of all abilities and brings together able and disabled performers together to share a voice.
24 Hours of Play, which will take place on October 16-17, aims to raise around £500 for the theatre company and help create the next performance, a production exploring the routine of everyday lives.
For more information or to sponsor the event, get in touch with Strictly Collaborative on their website
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