This weekend, we're running a Mask Making Residency for Veterans living with Post Traumatic Stress (PTS/PTSD) and health professionals caring for Veterans. Fun, informal and creative, no previous art or theatre experience is necessary.
From time to time, we're contacted about work experience placements - and if someone sounds interesting, we take them on! Our latest placement has been Joe Raybould, who's written us a blog about what it's been like.
I have just finished a two day workshop with Rachael Savage and some of her team….mask making in Worcester.
It was fun, challenging, informative, exciting and inspirational…...Rachael is a super, super teacher/trainor…..caring, considerate…..passionate about what she does and good at it…....she cares about people and their stories….......what a privilege to be on this course I learnt so much about how to speak and express myself without words. To see how the masks are made…......and used…...thank you so much.
Saw you tonight at the Torch Theatre in Milford Haven with my 11 year old daughter (she loves theatre and want to act when she is older). This production was very powerful, very moving and also light hearted and funny in places. Thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend this to anyone. My daughter loved it too, the masks and lack of speaking really opened up the art of acting with body and movement alone to her. Well done indeed.