Welcome to our latest round up of events, opportunities and schemes that may help you meet collaborators, improve your career prospects or simply broaden your horizons.
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From QMUL, Partners & Friends
QUEEN MARY THEATRE COMPANY NEW WRITERS FESTIVAL IS HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND!
There are FOUR lovely shows for you to come see on the 9th & 10th of April! Please join us in Arts One for 6:30 on both nights to check your tickets.
Head over to our SU page (linked in bio) to buy your tickets. Tickets start at £5 for members with evening bundles at £7 (2 shows) and festival bundles for £13.50 (all 4!) Please check show times below and try to come 15 minutes before your show.
Pitch your Edinburgh Fringe Show to Queen Mary Theatre Company
Want to see some brilliant Muslim poets perform their work AND donate money to a brilliant cause?
Thawra is running this Spoken Poetry Night in Ramadan to showcase the work of some of the brilliant Muslim poets that have come their way — and new ones! With 50% of ticket sales being donated to Muslim Youth Helpline, we wanted to further give back to one of the many diverse communities that we wish to represent on our platform.
Get ready for an incredible evening of poetry that explores spirituality, identity, socio-politics and highlights the importance of the literary arts!
Buy tickets here before they run out!
Head over to Diaspora Speaks (qmsu.org) to buy tickets for the Tina Turner Theatre show. Buy tickets at a discount, prices vary for members and non-members. Students, staff, alumni can all join! DM Diaspora Speaks with any questions on their Instagram. Plain text version: Tina Turner Theatre trip. Date: Wednesday 20.04.2022. Time: 7:30 pm. Location 49 Aldwych London WC2 4DF buy tickets on the QMSU site or through the link in the bio (Instagram).
Event featuring our very own alumna Moa Johansson
with echoes: an open studio sharing
moa johannson and an*dre neely
We’re really looking forward to hosting moa johannson and an*dre neely for this relaxed afternoon of hanging out, knitting, crocheting, folding, unfolding, stretching and rearranging fabrics, reading out loud, live digital drawing. an* and moa will be sharing fragments and echoes of the last three years of collective research, and the beginning ideas and materials for an upcoming live work.
Live Art Club
monthly open platform
“Do you have part of a new idea, an experiment in working with an audience, a way of moving your body, a series of sounds you’re excited by, an unexpected activation of the space, an interruption of tradition, guttural words that want to explode out of you, a re-performance of a forgotten idea or anything else that might look/feel/taste like Live Art?
We want to see it! Share what you’ve been working on with us at our next event on May 1st.”
Live Art Club is a monthly open platform for performance art, taking place on the 1st of the month at VSSL. It is free to attend and free to participate in.
Sunday 1 May, 6-9pm
> event info
> info for artists
> RSVP – audience
The White Review Short Story Prize 2022, sponsored by RCW, is now open for entries.
The White Review Short Story Prize, sponsored by RCW, is an annual short story competition for emerging writers. The prize awards £2,500 to the best piece of short fiction by a writer resident in the UK & Ireland who has yet to secure a publishing deal. It is supported by the RCW Literary Agency.
Free show: Love Letters to a Liveable Future
Nine performances, Wed 20—Sat 30 Apr
Free | Booking required | Speech-to-text | Audio described
Watch a high-energy performance that reimagines our world at this time of climate crisis. Join us in this collision of cabaret and storytelling, where we’ll flirt, fight, laugh and cry our way towards a world we want to live in.
Local opportunities on Instagram
Acamar Films is hiring an entry-level Production Assistant to work on the children’s TV series Bing.
Lyra McKee Bursary Scheme 10 April
BBC Three Northern Docs Pitch 19 April
The Economist Digital Internships 20 April
Further sources of interesting events, opportunities and jobs are…
Apples & Snakes Artists Newsletter | Arts Admin E-Digest | ArtsJobs | BBC Academy | Creative Access (Jobs) | ERIC – Career + Opportunities App | JournoResources | Lectures.London | MediaBeans (media jobs) | QMUL Careers | Presspad | Tower Hamlets Arts | Write at Home (freelance writing opps)