New community arts project launched in Norwich

Slow Theatre Company is leading the Jenny Lind Creative Community Arts Project which was launched at

Slow Theatre Company is leading the Jenny Lind Creative Community Arts Project which was launched at The Chapel, in Fellowes Plain, Wessex Street.Pictured is opera singer Emma Nuule entertaining guests at the launch.Photo: Anita Staff - Credit: Anita Staff 2018 www.anitastaff.com

A new community arts project is aiming to give more creative opportunities to people of all ages living in a part of Norwich.

Slow Theatre Company is leading the Jenny Lind Creative Community Arts Project which was launched at

Slow Theatre Company is leading the Jenny Lind Creative Community Arts Project which was launched at The Chapel, in Fellowes Plain, Wessex Street.Photo: Anita Staff - Credit: Anita Staff 2018 www.anitastaff.com

Slow Theatre Company is leading the Jenny Lind Creative Community Arts Project which was launched at The Chapel, in Fellowes Plain, Wessex Street.

The project in the Town Close area will involve the creation of an original show, art exhibitions, masterclasses and after-school clubs and holiday activities for children.

Danny O'Hara, artistic director of Slow Theatre Company, said: 'We are offering arts activities to bring people together, to strengthen a sense of connection and a sense of belonging. Through these activities we hope people will come together, get to know their neighbour and to show their imagination and creative expertise.'

She said she hoped the project would inspire people to get involved in more arts oppportunities across the city. For more, visit www.slowtheatrecompany.co.uk

Slow Theatre Company is leading the Jenny Lind Creative Community Arts Project which was launched at

Slow Theatre Company is leading the Jenny Lind Creative Community Arts Project which was launched at The Chapel, in Fellowes Plain, Wessex Street.Pictured is Daisy Staff, Jenny Lind arts participant, with John Ward, chairman of Norfolk County Council.Photo: Anita Staff - Credit: Anita Staff 2018 www.anitastaff.com


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