Showing posts from July, 2016

A Rural Review 2016: Week 20!

Hello one and all and welcome back to 'A Rural Review.' First of all we want to start by saying Eid Mubarak to all our Muslim readers, in Britain and the wider world,  we wish you well! It has been an excellent week here at Rural Arts, with exciting announcements and fun activities galore - so let's kick off with... What's been happening Create Tour Funding Here at Rural Arts, every week is one filled with at least some excitement and joy, but there is some news that really makes a week stand out. This week was one of those weeks. We are hugely excited to announce that the Arts Council have awarded Rural Arts funding to continue and develop our young people's project Create Tour. For those who don't know, our Create Tour gives young people in the region the chance to work with a professional performance company, create their own show and then tour it around local venues free of charge. This funding not only helps us to continue this project into 2019- but

A Rural Review 2016: Week 19!

Hello one and all and welcome back to A Rural Review. It's fair to say that it's been an... 'interesting' week in Britain hasn't it? But never fear, as however much unrest, change and confusion there is the country, you can look to us here at Rural Review HQ to provide a constant beacon of merriment week after week (perhaps we are overstating our importance here but go with us...) So without further ado, lets jump into... What's been happening Wimbledon Week! It's been 'Ace' so far! If you have wandered past The Courthouse this week and have been confused with the racket emanating from our courtroom, including clapping, grunting and cries of 'Out!' you obviously were not aware of all the cool things Rural Arts has been serving up in the Wimbledon week! Not just are the matches being streamed into our venue, but there are Cream Teas, Pimms and Strawberries being doled out quicker than an Andy Roddick serve (we know this reference