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I do like to seriously disrupt proceedings. I can say with certainty that there will be no balloons this time. Does this represent a transition or can we look forward to you continuing to perform on live stages for many years to come? I usually design for big ballet companies, and also did a lot of opera, but I met Simon and he asked me would I like to do a pantomime.
It is completely different — different ideas, different colouring, different spacing — in some ways, turning everything upside down. When he suggested it were you excited or apprehensive or both? I go to pantomimes every year with my children and they were so excited when they heard — in fact they started giving me all sorts of suggestions!
Are the practical considerations in any way similar to ballet or opera? There are also certain rules that apply to pantomime — certain things are always expected — but again, they are completely different. Can we expect that here? Dick Whittington Yes, expect that!
When we started talking about it I realised it was so much about the Dame, so I met Darren Machin, the actor who is playing the part, talked to him, and tried to find out what he felt about the character. That was my starting point on the costumes, really; everything else developed around that.
How would you describe the look and feel of this production? I really liked it, and thought it would be nice to do something a little bit different. But also we wanted all the traditional elements, with all the things that one expects.
I always wanted to do animation, for example, and that comes out a little in this pantomime. What is the process? The ideas of the director come first. From hearing his ideas I start seeing something — certain colours, certain shapes — and then we talk together and the thing starts taking shape. How long does the process take?
Simon first asked me about April time, and did say that was quite late to be asking me, which it was! The time goes quickly. By the time ng Dick me about? It is completely as, different cing — in some ways, de down. I go year with my e so excited when hey started giving me s! Yes, expect th about it I rea Dame, so I m is playing the find out wha was my starti everything el How wou look and When I r the pan actually I really be nice different.
I do think there should be a wow factor. We start the rehearsals in November and the set and designs all need to be ready by then, so have to go into production of the set and costumes by September. But every little thing has to be discussed with the director and finalised. Up to that point, I have only seen it all together as a model. Simon is looking for three teams of eight children to join the adult cast for Dick Whittington at the Key Theatre.
Successful applicants must be able to commit to rehearsals throughout November and performances between Thursday 1 December and Sunday 8 January Auditions will last for approximately two hours and take place on Sunday 18 September at the Key Theatre as follows: What are these two new plays and how did they come about? First up is Ground — what can you tell us about that?
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He was then accepted onto the Royal Opera House Covent Garden's flagship Technical Training scheme, where after just three years he became the youngest ever manager at the Royal Opera House, specialising in Scenery Automation and Flying. Melhuish dedicates what spare time he has into contributing his professional skills to PODS productions. A story of fun, friendship and girl-power with just a hint of poison!
Outside of performing, PODS has a very active social scene, with BBQs, karaokes, dinner dances, theatre trips, fancy dress parties, recent visits to Bounce trampolining park and the Aqua Park at Rutland Water to name but a few activities.
Come and get involved! New member auditions take place on 14 September. Now they're back with the regional premiere of the hilarious new smash-hit musical comedy, 9 To 5. Over the years he has collected many waifs and strays from the local area, most move on, settle down, grow up but Rooster stays put — some nomad. Not only this, but a young girl has gone missing and her volatile father suspects Johnny of knowing her whereabouts.
Is this the end for Rooster? Jerusalem touches a nerve on so many levels and audiences will not leave the theatre in quite the same frame of mind as when they entered it.
Our production aims at finding new insights into these characters, shedding more light for those who might have seen the West End show and introducing new theatre-goers to the play to a fabulous tale that invites audiences to question exactly where we stand in this green and pleasant land.
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They will be backed up by other familiar Mask actors as well as a fair few performers new to the Mask. We look forward to seeing you there. Our spring production, Pillowman, will be auditioning soon. Featuring a smaller cast of four main actors plus some minor characters, the play is written with all-male leads but director Helen McCay intends to cast gender- neutral, so come along and have a go. In an interrogation room in an unnamed totalitarian dictatorship, Katurian Katurian, a writer, is being interrogated by two detectives.
This brutal, dark comedy from Martin McDonagh, the master of the horror-comedy, poses unanswerable questions: Where is the line between truth and fairy tale? Is a life of horror worth living at all?'Average Andy' with Michael Phelps
Auditions will be 22 and 24 November at the Quaker Meeting House, please email info masktheatre. Where is the n truth and fairy tale? So I decided to get involved and have loved every minute of it. The sets always look fantastic. How do they begin life? The sets evolve through discussion between the director and set designer.
The set is assembled on stage just two days before the production starts. And we do a lot of business through Ebay! We all have the same end target in view, which makes for a happy ship. Once a week they hang out at bingo with their friend Jean. Can he find Margie a job? Is it strength of character or lucky breaks that determine our fate?
To book, visit www. Our workshop is essentially underneath the stage. For example, I got a van on stage for The Lady in the Van. It had to be cut into three to get it in there. How are the sets made? We have a number of theatre flats, which are timber frames covered in canvas that we paint on. Quite a lot of money is spent on timber, though we try and reuse materials as much as possible.
You must be very handy with a hammer and screwdriver! Ever fancied treading the boards? Or would you like to help put on an amazing production? Then the Stamford Shakespeare Company wants to hear from you! A fter another highly successful season, with more than 32, people enjoying a performance at the Rutland Open Air Theatre, the Stamford Shakespeare Company is looking ahead to Next year promises to be just as busy, with three performances to keep audiences entertained throughout the season, which runs from 6 June to 26 August.
No Shakespearean play offers such a feast of magic, humour, music and spectacle. The second Shakespeare classic for is Much Ado About Nothing, bringing to life the hilarious antics surrounding the legendary love duel of Beatrice and Benedick. The Company is actively seeking actors for these plays. Auditions take place over the weekends of September and October and everyone is welcome, no matter what their previous experience.
The opportunity to be part of a production at Tolethorpe Hall is a real privilege. As an actor you have the joy of a four-week run actors! Anne is particularly keen to hear from experienced tailors.
What more could any aspiring actor wish for? The success of every season depends on many more people, all contributing an enormous amount of hard work to produce the three plays.
Get involved and have a lot of fun in the process! As an of a four-week run o e pe son on Get involved and have a lot of fun in h! Set in the middle of nowhere, somewhere in the desolate part of the Welsh mountainsPhoenix Tours is a comedy which as the name maybe implies, is a bus trip which leads to potentially disastrous consequences The play, to be performed for the first time, has been written by would you believe?
Clive and Sue Read. Clive, who is directing, says: In fact, between them, anything and everything involved in putting on a theatrical production! The Musical September at 7. Since we performed our first production there ten years ago, in the hundred seat capacity Leisure Suite, we have built up a regular audience who appreciate the friendly atmosphere, the well-stocked bar and car parking facilities. Climb aboard and give it a try!
To reserve your seats early, phone A scene from Bonnie and Clyde where Buck, Clyde's brother, has a close shave when the sheriff pays an unexpected visit to the Ladies Hairdressing Emporium. Is the gun a giveaway?
Performances at 3pm and 7. All three choirs won their classes in the Oundle Festival of Music and Drama, and the men and women are soon off to Italy and Spain to compete in international choral festivals.
There are big plans for next year as well. Potential applicants will need to register their intention to attend by completing a permission form. For further details, relevant forms and links to other Guildhall School centres across the UK, visit the website or email musichub peterborough. Food, an exhibition including sculpture, drawing and objects, some of which have been inspired by their Peterborough meal in In addition, there will be a programme of bread making workshops, talks, debates and film showings running throughout the exhibition.
For more details and how to book visit metalculture. The Meal Series The 70 x 7 The Meal series takes the everyday ritual of dining and introduces motifs, symbolism and language into the design of bespoke Royal Limoges porcelain plates and table runners as triggers for discussion amongst the diners and catalysts for change.
The exhibition will present for the first time the whole collection of Orta designed Royal Limoges porcelain plates from the 70 x 7 series, alongside the bespoke silk jacquard table runners, woven by local Suffolk weavers. There will also be a major new sculpture, featuring over loaves of bread baked by the residents of Peterborough who attended the Harvest meal. Each loaf of bread has been cast in aluminium to create a stunning centrepiece to the show. This led on to a body of work entitled HortiRecycling and the creation of structures that enabled a food recycling initiative to take place in local markets.
H In p p y v t th w w w w w w p p p w and of the social dynamic and ritual practices of eating together. The exhibition at Peterborough City Gallery marks the culmination of an month residency in the city of Peterborough, drawing together archival work from their Food series, alongside new sculptures and drawings inspired by the Peterborough Harvest meal.
Running alongside the show will be a diverse programme of activities and events ranging from bread making and pickling workshops, artist talks, and public debates on the politics of food. Together this represents a metaphorical seed bank; preserving particular varieties not in commercial use or that may be threatened with extinction.
These art works advocate the preservation of biodiversity and the wisdom and imagination necessary to do it. The drawings will be accompanied by a beautiful new series of highly sculptural and exquisite heritage Seeds, enlarged from their drawings and produced in collaboration with the Venetian glass maestros of Murano.
How did the move to Westgate come about? I just contacted them and in short said: I felt we were a great fit in terms of them achieving their aims for the arcade. We get on really well with the Queensgate team, too — I definitely see it as a partnership. We are also doing our Live Art Saturday events, workshops and temporary exhibitions next door. At the end of the camp, the students were posted in Urban Health Post ofbeneficiaries were provided with Calcium Tunga Village. Students conducted the yogasupplements sessions for the school children on International Yoga Day.
Interaction with Medical Officer: Fourth year students had one to one Talk with Medical Officer Dr. Shreyash Dharpawar regarding National Health Programs. It is community basednutritional exhibition, completely focus onmeeting the nutritional needs at door steps. Total number of students attended were along with Principal Madam and Faculty. The students enjoyed the Rides and Rain dance, sumptuous lunch and relaxed in the garden.
Nursing students on 27th Julyfrom 2. A walkSNA unit of P. Hinduja College of Nursing down the memory lane, specially preparedcommemorated the International Nurses Day video was projected. Madam addressed theon 12 th May in remembrance of gathering by throwing light on qualities thatFounder of Modern Nursing, Florence make us winners and enhanced theNightingale. Theinaugurated virtually by principal Prof. The theme which is chosen heavy with goodbyes but also a heart filled with gratitude and respect for the college andby the international council of nurses focuses the eternal bond of friendship and love.
Documentary which showcased the entire lifejourney of Florence Nightingale, how sheserved and laid the foundations ofprofessional nursing and an elite persona inthe field of health care. Ram Gopal and Brahmakumari Team. The demonstration of Kapalbhati, Pranayama, Yogasan, Meditation and Laughter yoga activities were carried out during the session. The Volunteers also provided thehealth education at various stations and thetopics discussed were basically anemia and itsmanagement, care of arthritis, breast self-examination, complementary feeding,menstrual hygiene, antenatal care, obesity andits management, family planning method, andbreast feeding.
Public School,Tunga Village, Andheri. An Informative and Educative session was taken by Mr. Adrian Rozario on 20th January The session was fruitful as it included various principles and Techniques which can be utilized in our day to day classes.
The session was well appreciated by the Faculty. Hinduja College of Nursing. Christmas and New conducted. All Faculty participated with great Enthusiasm. On 12th May Valedictory was conducted and winners of the Competitions were felicitated. Unwellness at work isprogram. As part of celebrations at work. In the later part of Session hearound 48 kg.
The session ended with Question Answer session. Students were able to give health educationto the group regarding hygiene and health. Dr Jaya Kuruvilla, Principal. It was a veryinformative session. A week long fundraising program was conducted byputting up stalls on various healthybreakfast by various departments.
Jaya Kuruvilla, Principal college ofNursing. The students of First Year B. Nursing batch effortlessly worked towards the success of kitchengarden in the balcony of Nutrition lab in the 12th Floor on July 24th JayaKuruvilla inaugurated the kitchen garden by sowing seeds. Nature had indeed bloomed her to its best with the efforts of humanhands.
Indeed, it was a very fruitful learning experience for the students as one could really appreciate the taste ofvegetables grown. Some of the plants and seeds sown were: Tomato, peas, Wheat, Mango,Root Crops: Onion, Potatoes, Garlic, Ginger,Greens: Jeya Angel won the first prize in Prof. Nursing Summer Camp CompetitionsMs. Jitty James 1st PrizeMs. Dinky Parmar 3rd PrizeMs. Sherin Anthony 1st PrizeMs. Sibil Cyriac 3rd PrizeMs.
Afsana Sheikh 1st PrizeMs. Neenu Varghese 3rd Prize-Ms. Neethu Skaria 3rd Prize WinnersMs. Sc Nursing Class Level competitionsMs. Teresa Fernando 3rd PrizeMs.
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Such a great privilege was provided to the third year students of P. D Hinduja College of Nursing for a brief period of two weeks, and I feel honored to pen down my thoughts on the same. The main goal of the programme was to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitude of the students. The best part was that each student was assigned a maximum of two patients- so that they could render comprehensive care and even acquire much knowledge about patients and disease conditions.
With curious minds and racing hearts at the start of the dutyfor handing over of the patients was a great sight to see!! How proud it felt to stand at the bedside and take over from another nurse! Pens ready to take down notes and full determination to make a difference in the life of the patient. Like mothers, staying awake for their children while sicksuch was a similar situation where we undertook the care and empathy for our patients.
Round the clock, medications being administered for a patient so that no drug was left due. Ensuring comfort to the client in the best possible way was our priority too. Hospitalization is indeed a disturbing experience, both for the patient as well as the relative. It is a boon; With a silver spoon.
The art for which I stand. So, lets work with constant determination andzeal to improve the life of our patients. Which sometimes may,Pull you down Still wonder why he chose me to be blind,Heart beat cannot beat without variations Or to become one,Life is incomplete without any situationsYou might be thrilled about, May be for goodMay be I deserved.
Hope, Faith and Courage to help me,We always think about the worries And the worst, There's no light coming in my eyes. Respect and indeed humanity,The stars that cannot shine without darkness, I wish I could see everything like everyone does.
And appreciate it's minor beauty. Feel peace in the midst of storm because I await, I awaitI await. From a gentle touch, To the hardestPharmacokinetics was her voice.! Interactions were more alterations were From a painful prick,To a therapeuticsome; touch. With this she underwent a lot of first passmetabolism. With an empathetic smile and tireless efforts. Who else can she be? Kindergarteners who can longer enough. These new 21st centurynavigate an iPod touch better than we learners are highly relational andcan.
Middle schoolers who already demand quick access to newhave an Internet following on their blog knowledge. More than that, they areor YouTube channel. These are not the capable of engaging in learning at asame 21st century learners we came to whole new level. For these students, simply students need teachers andwatching videos or images during administrators to re-envision their roleclass, playing an Internet in the classroom.
It is all of our thoughts and everything we say to ourselves- essentially our inner voice. It is a fact that we talk to ourselves all the time and we learn not to speak out loud as we grow. How does it impact us? Our self talk influences our emotions, behaviors, and performance outcomes. We become what we tell ourselves; in fact, most of what we believe is what we have actually told ourselves. So in reality, our success and failure depends on what we say to ourselves.
What are the types? Self talk may be overt or covert, negative or positive. Most of us engage in one or both forms of self-talk, however one may exert more effort to achieve desired behaviors when statement are overtly expressed. Often we are our own toughest critics. Incessant worrying, feeling victimized, being a perfectionist,constant self-criticism are all indicative of powerful negative self talk.
How can I change my self talk? Negative self-talk need not doom us to an unhappy life. It is necessary to change our negative self-talk into positive statements and encourageourselves. It is possible to train our mind to build strong self concepts by exercising our self talk,just as we build a strong body by exercising our muscles. Instead of giving in to negative self-talk, we have to weed out misperceptions and irrationalthinking and then challenge them with rational, positive thoughts.
When we do this, our self-talkwill gradually become realistic and self-affirming and we engage in positive thinking. Our success or failure in anything, large or small, will depend on our mental programming-whatwe accept from others, and what we say when we talk to ourselves. I am not the only person ever to take on a complex task. It will prepare me for future roles.