Bravo 22 is back. What’s on.

This season members will be able to register for one of the following three options. Priority booking will be given to new members.

3 Day Residential Theatre Skills Course (Battle Back Centre, Lilleshall. 24th-26th November)

Learn more about theatre skills from Debs Newbold.  The experienced theatre maker, and storyteller, will be sharing tips from her collaborations with Shakespeare’s Globe, the BBC, Red Ladder, Rose Theatre Kingston and the Royal Opera House.

During the workshops at the Battle Back Centre you’ll be able to take part in exercises, pair work, and practice technique.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re an experienced storyteller, or new to the medium, everyone is welcome to sign up for the sessions.

2 Day Art Cultural Trip (Manchester, 8th-9th December)

Join Fanny Gogh on Bravo 22’s first ever Cultural Trip.  Day one includes a gallery visit and you’ll be able to explore, appreciate and critique some of Manchester’s impressive art collections.

A workshop led by Fanny is the highlight of day two, and you may even be able to create your own masterpiece.

Online Arts Skills Course (8 Weeks, 30th September-16th November, 2021)

Learn how to make a personal artist book with Al Johnson. There are many ways to do this so don’t worry if you’re not skilled at drawing.

Find out more about the above options 

If you have any further questions about the programme or the sign up link, please feel free to get in touch with either Sue Brodie or Alice Palmer

Through Soldiers Eyes: Exhibition at Bishop Auckland Hall

Designed to raise awareness of the Armed Forces Community this exhibition includes artwork, sculpture, and photography. Immerse yourself in the digital centrepiece of the exhibition as Gary Kitching’s script is brought to life by Bravo 22 members Sallyanne, Mick, Matt and Ian.