Get together, catch up and join in with creative minded Lowestoft based people…
Held at the Marina Theatre, these sessions are for artists, creatives, producers, arts organisations (both existing and emerging) to meet, strengthen connections and enable better arts networking in Lowestoft and the wider eastern region.
We organise regular informal meet ups, talks, workshops, information and skills- sharing sessions, debates and conferences. We work with the members to develop, define and programme what the groups feels will benefit them.
This is a free event and there will be refreshments available too!
Annoucment: Next Creative Forum will take place on 24th September with special guest Ivan Cutting
Creative Forum: Ivan Cutting of Eastern Angles
On Tuesday 24th September Eastern Angles’ Artistic Director, Ivan Cutting, will be joining us to talk about the work his company do in this region to transform local stories into theatrical productions.
Eastern Angles Theatre Company formed in 1982 and combines heritage with theatre to make regional stories come to life on stage. Based in Ipswich at the Sir John Mills Theatre, the company has a second base in Peterborough at Chauffeur’s Cottage. Their mission is to provide high quality theatre; maintain and promote regional identity; tour to theatres, non-theatres and community venues; and develop and produce original work.
The Lowestoft Creative forum is now in its second year. Hosted by the Marina Theatre, regular sessions create an opportunity for artists, creatives, producers and arts organisations to meet-up, strengthen connections and enable better arts networking in Lowestoft and the wider eastern region.
Place: Marina Theatre, first floor meeting room (please note: this room is accessible by stairs only).
Time: 7pm – 9pm.
If you have any questions, or would like to speak to someone first, contact Will Isgrove – our Head of Young People and Outreach:
firstname.lastname@example.org | 01502 533231
Please note the forum will take place in the Marina’s first floor meeting and rehearsal space which is accessed by stairs only.
This project is part of Making Waves Together, a wider partnership project led jointly by Great Yarmouth Borough Council and East Suffolk Council, and funded by the national Great Place Scheme, which is seeing communities and organisations in both areas work together to boost the cultural offer and drive cultural re-imagination as a way of supporting success in the seaside towns.
Making Waves Together is largely funded with a grant from the Great Place Scheme, delivered by Arts Council England, the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic England.
Pictures: Rebecca Osborne and Mick Howes.