Monday July 1

 

BOLD AS

CHILDREN’S CONCERT

Deal & Sandwich Schools' Concert

10.00am St George’s Church, Deal

The leaders of BOLD AS education project, all among the most experienced brass players in the UK including Tim Hayward (trumpeter in Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment)and Phil White (trombone with Philharmonia Orchestra).  They will give an interactive concert which welcomes and engages with local primary and secondary school children.

 

Public Admission at the door subject to availability – Family Ticket (1 Adult, 1 Child) £5.00

 

BOLD AS

CHILDREN’S CONCERT

Dover Schools' Concert

12.45am Dover Town Hall

 

Public Admission at the door subject to availability – Family Ticket (1 Adult, 1 Child) £5.00

 

THE MIGRANT’S TALE

 

6.00pm Linden Hall Studio, Deal

The award-winning Child Migrant Stories is a space to explore the experiences of child migrants both today and in the past. It brings together the voices and experiences of those who migrated under the age of 18 to the UK from 1930 to the present day. The initiative uses images, sound, text and short films developed in collaboration with former child migrants, some of whom are artists, musicians, and filmmakers. Film makers Eithne Nightingale and Mitchell Harris introduce their work and show their latest film, all about young Syrian refugees who have made the Isle of Bute their home.

 

Tickets: £5.00  Free to Students

Tickets available from The Astor Community Theatre, Deal on 01304 370220 or online www.astor.org

Alternatively please click here to download a printable postal booking form.

 

An installation will be available throughout the festival at Linden Hall Studio, allowing people to explore the many films made and tales told.  An interactive blog will allow open discussion.

Free Admission

 

 

PRIDE

Directed by Matthew Warchus

Introduced by Rosie Lines a Young Film Programmer participant

 

8.00pm Linden Hall Studio

This film is inspired by an extraordinary true story. It's the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers is on strike, prompting a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists to raise money to support the strikers' families.

Initially rebuffed by the Union, the group identifies a tiny mining village in Wales and sets off to make their donation in person. As the strike drags on, the two groups discover that standing together makes for the strongest union of all.

BAFTA Award winning for outstanding debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer

 

"An inspirational crowd pleaser" - Charles Gant, Variety

"Funny, warm hearted and enormously satisfying" - The Hollywood Reporter

 

Tickets: £5.00

Joint ticket price for both events: Full Price £8.00 Friends of DMA £7.00 Students Half Price £5.00

Tickets available from The Astor Community Theatre, Deal on 01304 370220 or online www.astor.org

Alternatively please click here to download a printable postal booking form.

< Back

© Deal Music and Arts Ltd

Site by Mickle Creative Solutions

Privacy Policy