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PROGRAMME SPRING/SUMMER 2018

WARDROBE ENSEMBLE COMEDY NIGHT MINIMA JAZZ SUMMER SCHOOL NATIONAL YOUTH DANCE COMPANY

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WELCOME We’re delighted to share with you our Spring/Summer season at AMATA, which is packed with the best dance, theatre, music and our first ever comedy night! Forthcoming highlights include theatrical innovators the Wardrobe Ensemble with their hit show, Education, Education, Education, a ‘love letter to the schools of the 90s’; a haunting new dance theatre production, Point of Echoes, by internationally-acclaimed choreographer, Ben Wright (BGroup); Minima’s ‘electrifying’ live soundtrack for the classic 1925 Phantom of the Opera silent film; and a hilarious evening in the company of stand-up comedians, Lou Sanders and Gabby Best. The exceptionally talented National Youth Dance Company return with Sharon Eyal’s specially commissioned piece ‘Used to Be Blonde’, and a talk by renowned choreographer Rosemary Lee marks the first of a programme of public talks and events organised by CAST as part of Groundwork, hosted by AMATA. The final public showcase of creative and original performance work by talented students graduating from our theatre, dance and music degree courses takes place throughout May, and we are pleased to offer an exciting and varied selection of summer schools, including the well-established Freefall Dance Summer Intensive course and the Falmouth Yamaha Jazz Summer School, with a line of up of fantastic tutors for all levels of ability. Following its successful launch in 2017, the Music and Dance Summer School led by choreographer, Grace Clayton and composer, Patrick Bailey, provides young dancers and musicians with the exciting opportunity to work together in collaboration. We very much hope you will join us at AMATA to experience some of the fantastic opportunities we have to offer this season.

Terrie Fender Director Academy of Music and Theatre Arts

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Image: Lost Dog: Paradise Lost (Lies Unopened Beside Me) Cover image: The Wardrobe Ensemble. Credit Graeme Braidwood

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Saturday 3 February

MERGECOLOGY 19:00

Celebrating the breadth and depth of dance across the South West, this aspirational programme of live performance merges dancers in all stages of their training. Featuring brand new choreography for youth dance by local choreographers, graduates and undergraduates, and fresh new talent from local youth dance companies and schools. Tickets: ÂŁ5/FREE for under 5s (booking required)

SpinDrift Dance Collective; Local artists, local creativity.

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Friday 9 February

MTEM PRODUCTIONS THE STORY OF: LOVE 19:30 The Story of: Love is a gig centered around storytelling: Lily Lyons, FARE and Charlotte Lloyd-Butler tell the stories that inspired the songs that they have written.

‘Wholly lo-fi and stripped back, a production decision that fits the honesty of FARE’s lyrics and also compliments the soundscape of birds and seaside wonderfully.’

‘The purity in the singing and song-writing style of Lily Lyons as performed on her song After Dark is exhilarating.’

****Feedback Zine on FARE’s Overgrown EP, 2017

****Carleen Anderson, 2013 Jazz FM UK Vocalist of the Year

In collaboration with Ocean Sound. Tickets: £5/ £2 for students

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Friday 16 February

MINIMA

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA 19:30 The classic 1925 silent film Phantom of the Opera, with a live contemporary musical accompaniment by the quartet Minima. Beneath the sewers of the Paris Opera House dwells a masked figure. He is the Phantom, a hideously disfigured composer whose dream is to turn chorus singer Christine into a diva. Lon Chaney, the ‘Man of a Thousand Faces’, dominates this classic adaptation of the 1910 novel. His ghastly make-up and outrageous performance made this one of the great classics of American silent film. Fast-moving and exciting, this original film version of Phantom is a dramatic tale of obsession, kidnap, murder and revenge, beautifully tinted throughout and featuring an impressive sequence of early Technicolor as the Phantom appears at a Masked Ball. Minima have specialised in live accompaniment to screenings of silent films since 2006. Their electrifying new score for The Phantom of the Opera captures the horror of the story, but also finds pathos, romance and humour. Drums, bass, guitar and cello strike up a thrilling relationship with the film, following the Phantom down into his subterranean nightmare world.

‘Minima’s spine-tingling music clung to each twist of the movie... spellbinding accompaniment.’ The Guardian minimamusic.co.uk Tickets: £10 Age cert: PG

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Friday 23 February

BGROUP

POINT OF ECHOES 19:30 An intimate new dance theatre work, Point of Echoes is a haunting tale of love, death and monsters, blending the tones of a Wes Anderson movie with the eerie dread of The Twilight Zone. The year is 1978. Isolated from the mainland, Eric Valentine and Bernard Humphries have been stationed at Echo Point lighthouse, somewhere off the coast of England. The unlikely strangers have just begun to lay down foundations for this odd working relationship when the uncanny occurs.

Renowned international choreographer Ben Wright and musician and writer Stuart Warwick collaborate to bring you BGroup’s most intimate and theatrical production to date. Commissioned by the Rural Touring Dance Initiative, Warwick Arts Centre and Dance East.

‘Giddy, pensive, vulnerable, uncomfortable, sensual..... mysterious yet playfully alive to the moment.’ The Times benwright.info Tickets: £14/£12 concessions Age recommendation: 14+

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Thursday 1 March

COMEDY NIGHT

GABBY BEST & LOU SANDERS 19:30 Laugh the evening away at AMATA’s first ever comedy night! Tonight’s double bill includes two of the UK’s most talented comedians, Gabby Best and Lou Sanders. Gabby is a comedian, actor, writer and winner of The Funny Women Awards. She went on to appear on BBC3’s Live at The Electric and created popular web series ‘The Marijana Method’. She has since appeared in Lovesick - Netflix, Top Coppers and Siblings BBC3, ITV’s Glitchy and can most recently be seen in Sharon Horgan’s Dreamland for Sky. Gabby’s new show is about Insomnia... (The reason she regularly feels like a ghost and looks like a shoe). 8

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Inspired’ The Telegraph. Hilarious’ Huffington Post. Lou Sanders talks about her most shameful experiences and somehow manages to fit it into 50 minutes. Lou has been on Russell Brand’s Stand off for Red Nose Day, has appeared on Alan Davies’ As yet untitled and on the Russell Howard Hour. Lou has written for 8 out of 10 cats, Mock the Week, Stand up for the Week and Miranda.

‘Destined for hugeness.’ Time Out ‘Something new is happening in comedy.’ The Independent Tickets: £8/£5 students Age restriction: 16+ From 18.00, the free Sundown Session will take place in the AMATA cafe, with great drinks offers and performances by local DJs.


Friday 2 March

SKILLYWIDDEN

A ST PIRAN NOS LOWEN (CORNISH DANCE NIGHT) 19:30 Legends of Cornish Celtic dance music Skillywidden return to AMATA for a wild night of Cornish dancing. Skillywidden frequently pack dance floors with their take on the Nos Lowen style of Cornish music and dance. Their exhilarating performances, in a line up which includes bouzouki, fiddle, clarinets, viola, darabuka

and vocals, convey the sheer joy they take in Cornwall’s indigenous culture.

‘Sublime …a kind of World Music with a Cornish accent’ Rock ‘n’ Reel dalla.co.uk Tickets: £6.50 includes a pasty (whilst stocks last)

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Wednesday 7 March

GROUNDWORK AT AMATA

ROSEMARY LEE

In 2018 AMATA will host an exhibition and events as part of the Groundwork season of contemporary art across West Cornwall. Organised by the Helston-based arts organisation CAST, Groundwork will present acclaimed works in special locations from May to July, concluding with a programme of events in September.

ARTIST TALK 18:00

Rosemary Lee is a choreographer who makes large-scale, site-specific performances, solo works, short films and video installations that explore our relationship to our environment. She trained at the Laban Centre for Movement and Dance and writes and lectures internationally. Rosemary is developing a new performance for Par beach near St Austell, commissioned by CAST and Dance Republic 2. The performance will be presented as part of the Groundwork season of international contemporary art in Cornwall this summer. She will talk about the development of this work and a range of projects from her 30-year career. FREE (booking required)

CHOREOGRAPHER, ROSEMARY LEE, REHEARSING ON PAR BEACH, NEAR ST AUSTELL. IMAGE: STEVE TANNER Š CAST (CORNUBIAN ARTS AND SCIENCE TRUST)

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Groundwork is an exploration of place as the terrain of past, present and future human activity. With an emphasis on moving image, sound and performance, the exhibition programme includes presentations of new commissions and sited works by internationally celebrated artists. The project has developed connections between artists, arts organisations, educational and science-based institutions, working closely with students and staff across Falmouth University.


Friday 9 March

LOST DOG

PARADISE LOST (LIES UNOPENED BESIDE ME) 19:30 A one man staging of Milton’s epic Paradise Lost and not like whatever came into your head when you read the first bit of that sentence. Combining theatre, comedy and movement this is a journey through the story of the creation of everything condensed into 75 minutes.

A show for anyone who has created anything (child, garden, paper aeroplane) and then watched it spiral out of control.

‘A heavenly new take on Milton.’ Evening Standard The comedy is divine, but the images of love and loss are achingly human. The Independent lostdogdance.co.uk Tickets: £12/£10

A show which brings you the highlights of this well-known but often forgotten story beginning with Lucifer’s rebellion and ending with Adam and Eve’s expulsion from the garden of Eden. A single man plays all the characters, creates all the scenes and, despite his best efforts, falls a little short of perfection.

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Saturday 10 March

WARDROBE ENSEMBLE

EDUCATION, EDUCATION, EDUCATION 19:30 It’s May 1997. Tony Blair has won the election and Katrina and the Waves have won Eurovision. Channel 5 is a month old. No one knows who Harry Potter is. Britain is the coolest place in the world. At the local secondary school it’s a different story. Miss Belltop-Doyle can’t control her year 10s, Mr Pashley has been put in charge of a confiscated Tamagotchi and Miss Turner is hoping that this muck-up day goes smoother than the last. Tobias, the German language assistant, watches on. Things can only get better. Education, Education, Education is The Wardrobe Ensemble’s love letter to the

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schools of the 90s and asks big questions about a country in special measures, exploring what we are taught and why, and where responsibility lies. The Wardrobe Ensemble use their trademark inventive theatricality and irreverent humour to explore the stories that have shaped our recent political history, and what the future might look like. The show will be followed by a Q&A.

‘A great mix of energy, chaos and passion’ ****The Times ‘Canny, slick work from a company that knows exactly what it is doing’ ****The Guardian ‘Brilliantly handled... superbly drawn... I was riveted.’ The Spectator Tickets: £16/£14 Age restriction: 12+


Friday 18 May - Saturday 19 May

TREMOUGH FOLLIES SPRING AWAKENING

20:00 (matinee on Saturday 14:00)

‘All they say is trust in what is written. Wars are made and somehow that is wisdom.’ Tremough Follies are proud to present their annual musical ‘Spring Awakening’. Spring Awakening is a Tony Award-winning rock musical based on the controversial 1891 play by Frank Wedekind. Set in latenineteenth century Germany, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with poignancy and passion that is illuminating and unforgettable. With music performed by a live orchestra, this landmark musical is an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock & roll. Book & Lyrics by Steven Sater. Music by Duncan Sheik. Based on the play by Frank Wedekin. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe). All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe: mtishows.co.uk Tickets: £12/£8 students Age restriction: 16+

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Friday 16 March

SCRATCHWORKS THEATRE THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY 19:30 In the early hours of Thursday 8th August 1963, the heist of the century is under way. Signals are scrambled, phone lines cut and millions of pounds of cash – stolen. Five days later the first clues are found, the gang is busted and the rest is history. But what about the ones that got away? Join the four forgotten females as they leave behind their kitchen-sink lives and embark on a madcap adventure of mischief and mayhem. Using a raucous combination of physical theatre, live music and clowning, Scratchworks will unfold the untold tale of the unlikely female four. scratchworkstheatre.co.uk Tickets: £12/£10 14

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GAMES AS ARTS/ ARTS AS GAMES FESTIVAL 2018 Games as Arts/Arts as Games is a festival organised by The MetaMakers Institute of Falmouth University at the crossroads of games and art. The 2018 edition of the festival will investigate relationships between games, performance and AI, and will include an art exhibition, interactive robotic installations, live dance performances and a scientific workshop taking place across several venues. The events below will take place in AMATA.

is key to creating less antagonistic relations with others. Games enable players to inhabit characters that differ from themselves, and Petra and Sarah will work with participants to explore robotic performers from within, slipping into new skins to experience and relate to different bodies. Tickets: FREE but booking required. Friday 8 June

KONDITION PLURIEL ENJEUX 19:00

Thursday 29 March

WORKSHOP LED BY PETRA GEMEINBOECK (FESTIVAL ARTIST IN RESIDENCE) AND SARAH LEWINSKY (CHOREOGRAPHER AND DIRECTOR) This public workshop is an opportunity to examine our relationship with machines, exploring challenges relating to difference, otherness, affect and empathy. The act of slipping into someone/something else’s skin

The Canadian Company Kondition Pluriel is an interdisciplinary digital performance group founded in 2000 by Marie-Claude Poulin and Martin Kusch. Integrating dance and digital arts, the artists have worked to create a language outside established artistic disciplines. They offer experiences outside the norm, blurring the lines between installation and performance. Tickets: FREE but booking required metamakersinstitute.com/gamesasarts Box Office 01326 259349

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30 APRIL - 11 MAY

AMATA SHOWCASE

MUSIC, DANCE, THEATRE AND CREATIVE EVENTS MANAGEMENT SHOWCASE The Academy of Music and Theatre Arts (AMATA) Showcase is a combined platform for talent emerging from the courses taught in the Academy. This programme of work is open to the public with full details published online and in a separate AMATA Showcase programme. amata.org.uk

Saturday 5 May

GARDEN FETE 10:00-15:00

Enjoy some summer fun at the Penryn Campus’ Garden Fete: Explore the rich heritage and grounds of the Campus; be inspired by music, dance and theatre performances by AMATA students and young dancers from the AMATA Saturday dance classes alongside Dakadoum, Falmouth and Penryn’s Afro-Brazilian drum and dance group; get competitive in our traditional garden games; make your own wildlife with our arts and craft stalls, and join in with the 7th annual Bioblitz, a student-led, annual wildlife survey which will include nature walks, small mammal & moth trapping, and treasure hunts. With face painting, a bouncy castle, plant sales, delicious food and drink, and a raffle with amazing prizes, this is a brilliant event for all the family. FREE fxplus.ac.uk 16

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Saturday 14 July

AMATA YOUNG PERSONS DANCE SHARING 2018 18:00

To celebrate the continuing success of the AMATA Young Persons Dance sessions, we are having an informal sharing of what we have been up to recently. The sharing will present a short work from both the younger class and the senior class. Tickets: £5/Under 5s FREE but booking required

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NATIONAL YOUTH DANCE COMPANY/SHARON EYAL

approach combined with the young dancers’ energy and talent is set to produce a mesmerising experience that pushes the dancers to their limits.

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‘They are strong, skillfull and ready for anything’ Daily Telegraph

Wednesday 18 July

USED TO BE BLONDE

Now in its sixth year, National Youth Dance Company has established a reputation for producing high quality performances with a range of dancers who are expressive, brave and shaping the future of dance in this country. NYDC returns to AMATA to present a new work created by the 2017-18 Guest Artistic Director Sharon Eyal.

Tickets £12/£6

One of the most exciting female choreographers working today, this new commission will contain Eyal’s signature style, conveying extreme emotions through movement. This unique choreographic

Tickets: £2 per student, teachers free.

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SCHOOLS’ MATINEE 13:00

NYDC present a schools’ matinee of Used to Be Blonde. For further information, please contact boxoffice@falmouth.ac.uk


Monday 30 July - Friday 3 August

MUSIC AND DANCE SUMMER SCHOOL 10:00-16:30

A music and dance summer school with choreographer Grace Clayton (Me, But Bigger; Cheap Date Dance) and composer Patrick Bailey (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra). Participants will explore composition, technique, improvisation, choreography and a variety of skills involved in creating dance and music collaboratively. At 18:00 on Friday 3 August there will be an informal sharing of work produced during the summer school.

within the arts as well as developing their own creativity and technical skills. Entry requirements Musicians: Any instrument welcome with grade 4 minimum required for entry. Age 14 - 18 yrs Dancers: Contemporary dance or improvisation experience expected. Age 8 - 18 yrs Early Bird: ÂŁ60 per person (whilst available) Full Price: ÂŁ80 per person Tickets FREE for 3 August showing of work but booking required.

This unique summer school will give young people an insight into collaborative practice

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Monday 6 - Friday 10 August

JAZZ SUMMER SCHOOL The Falmouth-Yamaha Jazz Summer School runs over five days and is led by a first-class team of jazz players and educators. The Summer School supports musicians from a wide range of backgrounds and experience who are seeking to further their skills, understanding and appreciation of jazz. The School takes place in the Academy of Music and Theatre Arts, a purpose-built live venue housing an assembly of flexible theatre spaces, performance, rehearsal and recording studios, amidst the beautiful Cornish landscape. Sessions across a range of key topics, styles and idioms run throughout the five days, culminating in a final night concert, which is open to an invited audience of family and friends. A high point of the week is a special masterclass and concert by a visiting Yamaha jazz artist – previous years have seen fantastic sessions with Kenny Werner, Gwilym Simcock, Pete Long and Julian Joseph. Booking options £699 residential/£499 course only Under 18s and students: £459 residential/ £249 course only Early bird offered until 31 March 2018: £599 residential /£399 course only Under 18s and students: £409 residential/£199 course only falmouth.ac.uk/jazzsummerschool

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Saturday 4 - Sunday 5 August

FREEFALL DANCE SUMMER INTENSIVE 2018 In partnership with AMATA. Join Freefall for two days of vigorous physical training of the highest quality. Designed to inspire and challenge aspiring dancers (16+) through to practicing professionals, this package of classes is taught by experienced specialists in their field in state of the art dance studios. Limited bursaries available for second year Falmouth Dance & Choreography students. Early Bird reduced places available in April. Please see freefalldance.co.uk for further details.

STUDY AT AMATA... BA(Hons) Acting BA(Hons) Dance & Choreography BA(Hons) Theatre & Performance BA(Hons) Technical Theatre Arts BA(Hons) Creative Music Technology BA(Hons) Music BA(Hons) Popular Music BA(Hons) Music, Theatre & Entertainment Management

For further information visit: falmouth.ac.uk


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The AMATA lunchtime concert series takes place every Friday during term time and is free to attend. The concerts showcase new works and performances by Music, Popular Music and Creative Music Technology students, alongside cutting edge visiting artists from the UK and overseas.

RESIDENCY PROGRAMME The residency programme at AMATA enables performing arts practitioners to access studio space for noncurricular activity, generally outside of University term times. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, but we advise applying at least six months in advance. Because there are actual and opportunity costs to AMATA associated with this offer, we need to ensure that all residencies benefit our students in some way. With this in mind, Artists-in-Residence are expected to contribute to AMATA through, for example; a gratis performance for the public programme in lieu of the value of the studio time (this may be at a later date, where we would contribute towards expenses but no fee will be payable) and/or a gratis sharing of work-in-progress, or participation in workshops or teaching sessions. amata.org.uk/opportunities

Photo ŠJohn Freddy Jones / Freefall Dance

AMATA OPPORTUNITIES

AMATA LUNCHTIME CONCERT SERIES

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

AMATA SATURDAY MORNING CLASSES 2017/18 CREATIVE DANCE SESSIONS

Saturday morning sessions at AMATA with Cheap Dates’ Grace Clayton and Lauren Shuker. 09:00-10:00: 5-8/9 years 10:00-11:00: 9-14 years Come along and explore contemporary dance in a fun, exciting environment. cheapdatedance.co.uk

PARENTS AND TOTS DANCE AMATA graduate Lauren Syrett (The Dance Initiative) is offering Creative Dance for Bump to 4 years.

10:10-10:55: Bump to 4 (grown-ups come free) Come along to a fun, creative and playful class inspiring imagination through movement. Classes will run on the following dates for the spring term 2018 (11 sessions): 6, 13, 20, 27 January 3, 10, 24 February 3, 10, 17, 24 March Summer term (12 sessions) 21, 28 April 5, 12, 19, 26 May 9, 16, 23, 30 June 7, 14 July For prices visit: amata.org.uk/yp-classes

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Saturday 24 March & Saturday 28 April

GRACE CLAYTON

TASTER WORKSHOP 13:30-16:30 A half day workshop exploring improvisational scores. Working collaboratively, this is a chance to play, experiment, challenge and develop your individual skills. Whether improvisation is a brand new area for you or something your familiar with this workshop is a great opportunity to explore movement creatively in the fantastic AMATA studios. Led by Grace Clayton, a dancer and choreographer based in Cornwall. Grace is artistic director of Cheap Date Dance

Company as well as working independently under graceclaytondance, she works across the UK and internationally teaching, choreographing and performing. This taster workshop is for ages 13 - 18 years. cheapdatedance.co.uk graceclaytondance.co.uk Price: ÂŁ2

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AMATA YOUNG AMBASSADORS An opportunity for young people to get involved with AMATA. You’ll receive free tickets to attend shows and help promote AMATA performances and opportunities to friends and associates through social media and your schools or college. amata.org.uk youngpeople@amata.org.uk

BTEC FUEL IN PERFORMING ARTS

The BTEC Fuel course combines the Performing Arts Level 4 National Extended Diploma course with the stunning studio facilities of AMATA. As well as attending weekly sessions in dance and theatre at AMATA with Falmouth University lecturers, students attend preview and matinee performances and use the library and archives to research practitioners. The BTEC Fuel offers extra performance experiences, creating curtain raisers for touring companies, working with dance undergraduates and engaging in local dance projects and venues such at The Minack, The Poly, and with Kneehigh Productions. falmouth.cornwall.sch.uk

ALTITUDE Altitude is a brand new two year diploma in dance for aspiring professional dancers aged 16 and over. Delivered by Cornwall College in partnership with Falmouth University and DR2, it focuses on contemporary dance, offering participants the chance to develop skills that will carry them through to professional level training. Successful completion of the course will mean a guaranteed place on the BA(Hons) Dance & Choreography degree at Falmouth. dancerepublic2.com

January 2018 Disclaimer All information contained in this leaflet is correct at time of going to press (January 2018) and is published in good faith. Please visit our website for further updates.

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PROPELLER DANCE Now in its second year, Propeller is a dance training programme for young people across Cornwall. Taught by highly trained, professional dancers and choreographers, it’s for 11-16 year olds interested in a career in dance. At one of five groups, over thirty evening sessions, participants get intensive training from tutors, opportunities to see and participate in performances, earn accreditation points towards A-level (or equivalent) courses at Cornwall College and Falmouth University, work with some of the UK’s leading choreographers, create new dance performances, tour and present their work, and trips to see great dance works during each year. propellerdance.co.uk

KATHRYN RICHARD’S SCHOOL OF DANCE Kathryn Richard’s School of Dance offers weekly Saturday morning classes for young dancers at AMATA. krdance.co.uk


INFORMATION & BOOKING

We accept credit/debit cards and cash. We do not accept cheques. We also exchange season tickets.

amata.org.uk To find out more about our upcoming public performances and events and to book tickets:

BOX OFFICE: 01326 259349 Please call for bookings and availability

Opening hours Monday-Friday: 9:30-16:30 and until 18:30 on performance days.

AMATA SEASON TICKETS Falmouth University students and staff can save up to 70% on the face value of tickets by purchasing AMATA season tickets. 1-year Student Season Ticket Includes 6 AMATA tickets for the 2017/18 programme, plus an AMATA t-shirt. Price: £50

Box Office Academy of Music and Theatre Arts Falmouth University Penryn Campus, Penryn Cornwall TR10 9LX Pre-booked tickets Please collect pre-booked tickets from the Box Office no later than 10 minutes before the start of the performance.

3-year Student Season Ticket Includes 18 AMATA tickets (6 tickets per year for the 2017/18, 2018/19 and 2019/20 programmes) plus an AMATA t-shirt. Price: £100

All ticket purchases are subject to a booking fee.

1-year Staff Season Ticket Includes 6 AMATA tickets for the 2017/18 programme. Price: £50

Seats cannot be reserved. All tickets are subject to availability. Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded and are subject to AMATA’s terms and conditions.

Terms and Conditions All season tickets are issued subject to AMATA’s standard terms and conditions and box office policy.

THE AMATA CAFÉ Relax as the AMATA Café Team warmly invite you to indulge in some luxuriously-made hot drinks, delicious home-made locally sourced cakes, salads, toasted sandwiches or even some scrumptious soup. We also serve a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Our opening hours are weekdays 08:30-17:00 in term time and 08:30-15:00 out of term time. The AMATA Café is also open on event evenings.

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