The real life experiences of people who are living with early onset dementia have been used to produce a new theatre performance which is on show at The Civic in Barnsley this May.
Sir Michael Parkinson has backed a major £5m fundraising campaign to renovate The Civic, Barnsley to become a world-class destination for the arts by 2023.
"I always begin from a philosophical or political starting point. From there I like to work quite independently in growing the idea in to the finished product. I always have a physical goal I want to achieve but don’t always know exactly what it should look like. "
Moved By Art Brass ReMade on Saturday 25 March is a unique event, not to be missed!
Barnsley Photographer Adrian Ashworth Explores the Relationships Between Those Living With Dementia and Their Carers
"Somewhere In Time is a way of doing something special for those living with dementia, their partners and loved ones –to relive a moment or something unique about their past and share their stories. It will also hopefully help raise awareness of what these families so often go through together."
Acclaimed musical ‘Hoax My Lonely Heart’ is touring North England in April 2017 as part of a groundbreaking cross-media trilogy.
An in-depth Q&A with Dillie Keane! Coming to The Civic as part of April Fools on Thursday 20 April 2017
Dillie Keane takes a short break from her Fascinating Aida gal pals to present her first solo show in 558 years...
The Civic’s New Work Weekend supports emerging experimental artists and companies, giving them a platform and our ‘stamp of approval’ as they pursue their creative journeys.
This coming Spring, The Gallery at The Civic presents Fashion & Freedom; an exciting and inspiring exhibition which sees some of today's leading female fashion designers explore the impact the First World War had on the changing role of women and fashion.
Full House Theatre will stage dance theatre performance Where The River Runs this February for Barnsley school children and families - for free.