News Archive [2009/2010]

Colour The World 5th Birthday Gala Performance

Tickets are now on sale for our exciting Wycombe Swan performance on 7th February 2010.
Join us for the compelling tale of how imagination and hope can make anything possible.

 
 
10th December 2010

Colour The World 5th Birthday Gala Performance

Tickets on Sale!

Tickets are now on sale for our exciting Wycombe Swan performance on 7th February 2010.
Join us for the compelling tale of how imagination and hope can make anything possible.

 
 
10th December 2010


The Forgotten World

In February 2009 Shed@ThePark performed The Forgotten World on six occasions to a very intruiged and captivated audience.

A medley of the show has been put together to remind us of the magic that was created, and a CD containing songs from the show is also available to purchase for £5.
 
14th September 2009

 

Shed@ThePark Open Evening

Thursday 10th September, 6.30pm - Shed@ThePark Theatre Company’s annual Open Evening for prospective volunteers, young people aged between 5 - 18 and their parents.
 
This year we're collaborating with the local community to bring some local crafts into the open evening, along with the usual barbecue, songs and news update from Shed@ThePark. We have a fantastic year ahead of us with the most ambitious projects taken on by The Company so far.
 
Join us on the 10th September for our open evening barbecue where you can find out more about the remarkable success of Chesham’s Inclusive Theatre Company - Shed@ThePark. So whether you love the Arts, are thinking about joining us or just want to support a local project then come along to Chesham Park School to find out more.
 
We look forward to seeing you there!
1st September 2009

Half Marathon Fundraiser

Mark Farr, one of our volunteer practitioners, is running the Windsor half marathon to raise funds for Shed@ThePark.
 
On the 27th September Mark will be running the Windsor half marathon to raise funds for Shed@ThePark. It will take place in the beautiful surroundings of Windsor Great Park and is an amazing contribution from one of our valued members.
 
 
26th August 2009

 

Assistant Artistic Director required

The Trustees of Shed@ThePark Inclusive Theatre Company are seeking a Performing Arts Specialist who is energetic, creative and passionate about the Arts.

This role offers an exciting opportunity to become part of Shed@ThePark’s Artistic team. The successful candidate will be able to build on the success and strengths of the Company and contribute to the strategic thinking and planning to ensure we remain a centre of excellence in the arts.
 
The closing date for applications is Monday the 6th of July.
 
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22nd June 2009

Summer tour begins

A new summer term marks the beginning preparation for our annual summer tour.
 
This year we will be performing in various locations in Chesham, Amersham, Wycombe, Berkhamsted and Waddesdon.

Our original ensemble piece will grow from this terms workshops that will be involving African drumming, mask work, outside artists and we're even hoping to begin our very own live band!
19th April 2009

Sow - a song for Fairtrade

Shed@ThePark has created a song with original music called Sow from their association with Fairtrade and performed Sow at The Elgiva Theatre during the town's Fairtrade Gala; they are also looking forward to producing a CD.
 
Shed feel very honoured to be able to support such a pioneering charity and an organisation whose ethos echoes that of Shed@ThePark.
2nd April 2009

Eastbourne Rotary

The company received a standing ovation after their spell binding performance at the National Rotary Conference in Eastbourne on March 29th.
 
They had been invited to the conference by Leslie Lee, the Rotary President for District 1260, who has been a brilliant supporter of Shed@ThePark. Over 80 performers, including the Artistic Team and Practitioners performed an inspiring and creative set of songs, movement and words to a very appreciative audience of over 1000 delegates, some from as far away as Baltimore.
 
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29th March 2009