Losing the Arts is a documentary about the issues and topics surrounding UK schools cutting Drama and Performing Arts from curriculums.
The long-running ITV drama Downton beat off competition from Broadchurch, Doctor Who and Casualty.
One of the biggest obstacles facing indie film-makers is their budget, but with a little creativity and innovation, you can catch people’s attention with little to no funding: Check out below the teaser trailer and official trailer for Mallard: What do you think? Why not read my review of ‘Mallard’? Have you found a duck? […]
Rubber ducks were found scattered around Bournemouth University last week as part of a marketing campaign for the new indie drama short, Mallard. Bournemouth indie Production Company, Shelbourne Productions, hid 88 rubber ducks around the university’s Talbot Campus to advertise the release of their debut film. On the ducks were written the name of the […]
On the 9th of May 1935 at the Albion Hotel in Worthing, the Worthing Musical Comedy Society (WMCS) was born and as the society is in preparation to celebrate its 80th anniversary this year, they are going stronger than ever! “It’s a bit like camping really – you are thrown together in one very […]
Shot at Dawn, a powerful World War One tale, draws a close to the three-week arts festival. The Bournemouth Council Chambers were transformed this week to accommodate The Doppelganger Production Group and their brand new drama. The play, which was commissioned by Arts Bournemouth, encapsulates the true story of two WW1 soldiers, a private and […]
As support for the creative arts declines in education, theatre and musical groups involved with young people are trying to fill in the gaps in children’s creativity. Ryan Burrows went to Theatre Centre, a London-based drama education group, to see how they can help schools and the pupils exhibit their creative side. For an organization […]