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Articles tagged with "Thurrock"

Take part in the world's largest drawing festival on 24 October 2015

7 October 2015

Free Big Draw event inspired by The Nutcracker to take place at High House Production Park in Thurrock.

FUSED 2015: A festival of choruses and costume with ROH Thurrock

12 May 2015

This year’s exciting summer programme includes a costume party, BP Big Screen relay, and performances from our Thurrock singing groups. 

Collections on the Move: the painstaking process of relocating the Royal Opera House’s invaluable historic archive

8 May 2015

Moving is always a nightmare, but it’s so much worse when you’ve a historic theatre collection to look after.

Degree in Costume Construction to begin in September 2015

30 March 2015

BA (Hons.) course will focus on the cutting and making of costumes for opera, ballet, theatre, film and TV.

First National College for the creative and cultural industries to be established at High House Production Park, Thurrock

11 December 2014

Located at the Backstage Centre, the government-backed college will open in September 2016.

Two years in: The Royal Opera House Bridge 2013/14 Annual Review digested

8 October 2014

A closer look at how children and young people in the east of England are connecting with art and culture.

New costume centre in Thurrock to house more than 20,000 costumes and provide workrooms for students

14 July 2014

Work starts on the new Bob and Tamar Manoukian Costume Centre, due to open in 2015.

‘The best experience I’ve ever had’: Thurrock’s youth sing their hearts out with A Little Thing Called Life

8 July 2014

FUSED Festival comes to a close with premiere of new work by youth vocal group RM19.

RM19 vocal group creates and stages new work inspired by Verdi’s Requiem at FUSED Festival

1 July 2014

The group of 11 to 25-year-olds compose, design and stage A Little Thing Called Life in conjunction with a number of artists.

Opening the doors to our theatre, and opening minds about opera and ballet

9 June 2014

Harriet Harman draws some curious conclusions from a visit to the ROH.

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