Creative Writing Workshops

Creative Writing Workshops

Telling stories, sharing memories

Sixteenfeet Productions are running a series of free writing workshops for for Lambeth residents (55+) developing skills, sharing experiences and having fun on Tuesday afternoons at Brixton Community Base, Talma Road SW2 1AS.

http://www.brixtoncommunitybase.org/how-to-find-us/

During the two-hour sessions on Tuesday afternoons, we will be exploring different writing styles and how stories are crafted. This is a great way to share your experiences, flex your creative muscles and make friends

The work from the Vintage Voices project will be part of Lambeth

Readers and Writers Festival 2019 at Brixton Library.

Dates: Tuesdays 26th March;

2nd,9 th,23rd and 30th April & 7th May

Saturday 20th April

Time: 1-3pm (light lunch 12.30)

info@sixteenfeet.co.uk

07958 448690

brixtoncommunitybase@gmail.com

07941 624247

www.sixteenfeet.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

POP UP PANTO!

 Sixteenfeet Productions present

Snow White

Join us for a fab, funky, no frills pantomime at 100 Barrington Road on  Saturday 22nd December

Performance Times: 3pm

Doors open at 2.30 for Face-painting, mince pies and mulled wine

Tickets: £10.00 Adults Children £5.00

BOOK HERE 

We have an allocation of free tickets for local families

contact: Jane Duncan Ribeiro at brixtoncommunitybase@gmail.com

 

 

BOXING DAY FEAST!

    A community event offering a Boxing day feast for local residents on 26th December 2pm – 9pm

    There will be Entertainment including musicians, face-painting, raffle and games.

    Bring your own booze (soft drinks provided)

   This event is supported by volunteers only and run on community spirit.

   For event contact please email: bazelanka@gmail.com Telephone: 07746109794

   We are still looking for musicians and entertainers who might like to volunteer, please do get in touch if     you’d like to be involved.

The Moors – 7pm on Saturday 3rd November

Brixton Community Base invites you to the public preview of ‘The Moors’,

Two migrants both alike in dignity

in his city where we lay our dreams.

Two spirited men arrive in London looking for Shakespeare. They say they are from Balaika, Africa. They have passed through fire to be here and are determined for the great man to hear their stories.
Alas, Shakespeare is dead! However, his theatre still stands. Soon they find themselves swept up and placed on stage in front of an expectant audience. Fame, fortune, and two smitten actresses await. But, can they survive the hostile environment?
In triumphantly energetic style, two actors play men, women and immigration police to portray this funny yet moving story of love, friendship, and ambition. A vibrant and utterly engaging theatre experience not to be missed.

Written by Tonderai Munyevu
Directed and Produced by Arne Pohlmeier

Doors open 6.30 – admission free – donations welcome

TICKETS

 

Cabaret at the Half Moon

An evening of West End cabaret 

Friday 12th October, the Half Moon at 7.00pm 

After last year’s sell-out performance, Sixteenfeet returns to the Half Moon with an evening of songs from the shows as part of the Herne Hill Music Festival.

Join stars from Phantom of the Opera, Les MiserablesChicago, and Wicked for musical delights from the West End and Broadway.

Ticket also includes a glass of prosecco and a specially prepared 3-course meal.

Click here to book