Sunday 21 April 2019

Volunteers needed to be ‘trapped’ in a theatre overnight

A unique event to support a local charity, St Vincent’s and St George’s Association is looking for willing volunteers to stay up all night, trapped inside Cheltenham Playhouse, where they’ll have to create a new show in 24 hours.

A new immersive theatre experience, That’s Caught Me, is coming to Cheltenham Playhouse this summer, in aid of worthwhile local charity, St Vincent’s and St George’s Association.

In aid of the Cheltenham charity, That's Caught Me will involve 15 willing volunteers who will be trapped inside Cheltenham Playhouse Theatre for 24 hours, during which they write, direct and rehearse a new piece of theatre.

Ideal for amateur actors, participants will have to stay up for the whole night, and work alongside members of the Noodle theatre company, to create a brand-new show which will be performed to a live audience on Saturday 21 July 2018.

St Vincent’s and St George’s Association is a charity which directly helps individuals to achieve their aspirations, build self-esteem and develop new skills. The charity supports adults with a wide range of disabilities and passionately believes that everyone has the right to independence.

For more information about the event, or to buy tickets to the live performance call St Vincent’s and St George’s Association on (01242) 511237, or visit stvsandstgs.co.uk directly.

© SoGlos
Friday 16 March 2018

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