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Filmosophy For Families
Join Showroom Workstation in Sheffield for Filmosophy for Families, a season of films and fun, interactive philosophy sessions designed to get the whole family engaged in answering some of life’s biggest questions. From friendship to hope, prejudice to fame, they’re taking a philosophical voyage through some of the most curious and intriguing kids’ films to discuss the issues that matter most to us, all led by experienced philosophers from Thinking Space. From cult classics to old favouritesvia heart-warming tales and beautifully animated documentariesthere’s something for children and young people of all ages, with a whole host of intriguing themes and topics to get those philosophical brains whirring. Spend some quality family time together this July, getting lost in the curious world of cinema and philosophy with Filmosophy for Families at the Showroom! These events are part of Film Feels Curious, a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. Explore all films and events at Showroom Cinema, Sheffield | Film Feels or visit the Showroom website at Filmosophy for Families - Showroom Workstation - Sheffield
Thursday 16th of June 2022Read More
Royal Jubilee Song Writing Challenge
To celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, Doncaster Stories has set a new challenge for Doncaster Schools! Phil has created the below video to help schools write a song for the Queen. We're changing the lyrics from the Christmas carol 12 days of Christmas to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II spending 70 years on the throne - the longest serving monarch in history! The challenge has been split into three steps:
  1. Ideas for the gifts - swap out the Christmas gifts for something spectacular for the Queen, the more imaginative the better.
  2. Counting syllables - make sure that your ideas fit to the rhythm of the original song
  3. Write the song!
Friday 27th of May 2022Read More
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Event 27th-28th May
  To celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee event Doncaster Cultural Education Partnership and Doncaster Music Education Hub have worked together to create a music and arts festival. On the 27th May children from Doncaster schools will be engaging with a variety of workshops at Cast, The Point and Danum Gallery, Library and Museum culminating in a performance on Sir Nigel Gresley Square. Then on Saturday 28th May a youth music festival will be held on Sir Nigel Gresley Square from 10am-8.15pm, there will be something for everyone with an eclectic mix of music including rock, classical, jazz and more. Please come along and support Doncaster's talented young people. Food and drinks will be available from Cast throughout the day. Attendance is free, please note that the William Appleby Memorial Trust who support young musicians in Doncaster will be running a tombola on the day with some great prizes. We hope to see you there!  
Thursday 26th of May 2022Read More
What is Opera? Workshop Opportunities for Schools
Join the Royal Opera House’s Create and Sing programme this summer for a pair of free online workshops. What is Opera? creatively engages classes (KS1-2) with exploring and making opera in their classroom, as well getting a look behind the scenes of the Royal Opera House. Easy to access and deliver, What is Opera? Provides participants with a fun, focused and creative summer project, and an innovative introduction to opera. Part 1 – available from 6th June online: a 60 minute pre-recorded workshop video where registered schools will receive a link to the workshop video, presented by ROH music and drama practitioners, as well as receiving accompanying digital resources on our ROH Learning Platform. The workshop includes:
  • Welcome to the Project
  • What is Opera? A look behind the scenes at ROH
  • Warmups
  • Learn a Song (‘Walk on Tip Toe’ from The Magic Flute)
  • Setting the Creative task
Part 1 concludes with setting your class a creative task: to practice the song covered in the workshop and create some staging for it (ROH share some ideas in the workshop to help get you started). Part 2 – 10am 7th July, live digital workshop: a 60 minute workshop hosted via Microsoft Teams inviting schools to join the ROH music and drama practitioners who will rehearse and lead participants through a culmination performance of ‘Walk on Tip toe’. The workshop will include:
  • Welcome Back
  • Live rehearsal of ‘Walk on Tip Toe’
  • Performance and Q&A with a Royal Opera singer
  • Final Culmination Performance
Registration  To register your interest in participating in ‘What is Opera?’ please complete the link below. You will then receive email updates about the project and links to the pre-recorded part 1 workshop and live online part 2 ROH Youth Opera Company Recruitment  The ROH Youth Opera Company will be recruiting new members this August. London based-schools participating in the ‘What is Opera?’ workshops will receive information after Part-2 detailing how parents can register their child for an audition workshop. Click here for more information about Create and Sing
Wednesday 25th of May 2022Read More
Darts Update
The Music Hub, Darts and the Doncaster Music Service are busy preparing for various Big Sing events. These are: Sing Out for primary schools and Sing and Sign with SEND schools in June and July. Darts is also running a large scale drama and emotional literacy project in 5 primary schools, Creative Classrooms, in 2022-23. At The Point, Jason Wilsher-Mills is currently exhibiting his brilliant Jason and His Argonauts until the 2nd July.   Are you a teacher? Sign up to the mailing list here to keep up to date with all Darts work with schools.
Wednesday 25th of May 2022Read More
Izzy Gizmo- Music In the Round Family concert at Cast
Izzy Gizmo follows the story of a young inventor who puts her talents to work to rescue a crow that can’t fly. Based on the best selling children’s book by Pip Jones, with animated illustrations by Sara Ogilvie and original music by Paul Rissman, expect plenty of audience participation! For 3 to 7 year olds. Music and narration performed by Ensemble 360 and Polly Ives. To find out more or book tickets visit Cast's website
Thursday 14th of April 2022Read More
Free CPD Training Day – Royal Opera House Create and Dance
Join Royal Opera House for this full day teacher training event introducing the Create and Dance programme and how to explore dance in Primary school classrooms. Wednesday 2nd February 2022, 9am - 4pm Cast, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU. The programme has been designed with teachers, maintaining strong curriculum links to develop children’s understanding of dance; stimulating their imagination and creativity. With dedicated teacher training, classroom films and lesson plans, these resources suit the needs of teachers and their students. Teachers do not need previous dance knowledge to take part. Book your free places for 2 teachers on the Royal Opera House Create and Dance Alice's Adventures in Wonderland CPD training day. Find out more about the Create and Dance Programme on the Royal Opera House website. You  may also be interested in Doncaster: Everybody Dance
  • Full day training – in person | 28 April 2022; 09:00 – 16:00 | Book here
Thursday 9th of December 2021Read More
Doncaster Summer Staycation
Families in Doncaster looking for activities over the summer holidays should checkout the Doncaster Summer Staycation page. There are lots of activities listed for children in Doncaster including: STEM activities, Tree Trekking, Music Workshops, Skateboarding, Arts & Crafts and so much more. Visit to find out more.    
Friday 16th of July 2021Read More
A DCEP Independent Chair and Vice Chair have been recruited
Doncaster Cultural Education Partnership (DCEP) has recruited Maureen Sydney as  their new independent Chair and Phil Sheppard as Vice Chair. Maureen and Phil are both passionate about connecting young people with great arts and culture in Doncaster and will act as ambassadors for cultural Education and the DCEP. Their roles will provide strategic leadership to DCEP meetings and will ensure that the DCEP is governed effectively and is functional through its meetings, working groups and events.  In collaboration with the DCEP, the chair will consider issues, risks and opportunities and come to well-founded decisions that align with the DCEP’s vision and mission. They will serve a three-year term starting in 2021. The DCEP The DCEP was one of the first Local Cultural Education Partners to be established within our region, in 2015, in response to the arts council’s Education Challenge. It brings together cultural organisations, educational institutions and the local authority to deliver their shared vision: “To see all children and young people, engaging in, learning from and enriched by quality creative experiences across the borough”. The DCEP reports to the Doncaster Growing Together Arts & Culture Programme Board which is helping to achieve Doncaster’s borough strategy. The DCEP leads on advocating for Cultural Education in Doncaster’s Culture Strategy.
Tuesday 6th of July 2021Read More
Aladdin Schools performances
Christmas isn't too far away, and it's time to start making up for last year by planning some festive celebrations! Hold on tight as Cast presents Aladdin, a thrilling Christmas pantomime adventure that you'll never forget! Take to the skies with Aladdin as he seeks out his future and gets himself into lots of mischief and mayhem along the way! With the help of the mysterious genie and spurred on by his love for the courageous Princess Jasmine, will Aladdin save the world, defeat the cunning Sorcerer and find out who he's meant to be? From Tues 30 November- Thurs 16 December, We have a whole load of midweek performances just for schools with performances starting at either 10am or 1.30pm. Schools tickets are £11 each with one teacher going free for every 10 tickets. How to book your tickets Email or call 01302 303 959, Monday Friday 10am – 1pm. Pay a small deposit to hold your tickets with full payment not due till October. Click here to find out more on Cast's Website
Tuesday 6th of July 2021Read More
Roundabout Schools performances
Roundabout is a pop-up performance venue that is coming to Doncaster Market Place from Friday 1 – Sunday 3 October. It’s a venue for new writing, local talent and community events. Capacity in Roundabout is approx. 160 people. What’s on at Roundabout for schools?
  • Really Big and Really Loud – Friday 1 October, 10am. A play for young people (KS1 / KS2) by award-winning writer Phoebe Eclair-Powel. It’s a story about losing your voice and going on a big adventure to find it again. It features a 10-year old girl called Charli, a rageful rhino, a very helpful fly called Stephen and some really good songs about chips. Tickets are £4 per child, teachers come free.
  • May Queen – Friday 1 October, 1pm. Suitable for year 10+. Sixteen-year-old Leigh has been chosen as May Queen, she’s buzzing, as is the rest of the city. The cider is flowing and St George’s flag is flying - but an encounter during the day’s festivities will soon change everything. As the year moves on, Leigh must face up to the events of that hot May Day, and dig deep within herself to ask – how did she get here? Contains themes of consent, sex & assault, strong language, drug & alcohol references and usage. Tickets are £6 per student, teachers come free.
Any wrap-around activity? There’s lots of different activities to do pre and post show, from digital and in person workshops to classroom activities. Find out more about wrap-around activity at Roundabout by visiting Cast's website. What about Covid-19 Safety? Roundabout will be deep cleaned after every single performance, and all staff have had full Covid safety briefings. Things like temperature checks may be in place. Full information about Covid safety will be sent to you prior to your visit, so you’ll know exactly what to expect. How to book your tickets Email or call 01302 303 959, Monday Friday 10am - 1pm. A small deposit may be required on booking – full amount isn’t required until September.
Tuesday 6th of July 2021Read More
Sing out 2021 Concert
The Point are hosting a special version of the Sing Out Concert!   Join our Sing Out band for a special virtual concert that you can enjoy at school or at home! Welcome to Sing Out 2021, brought to you by Doncaster Music Education Hub! Since we can’t get together to sing this year, our musicians have recorded a special version of Sing Out, for you to watch and enjoy at school or at home. Featuring songs written by pupils from across Doncaster, we hope you enjoy the concert and have fun singing out! Get ready to sing and dance along!   Click on the video below to watch Sing Out 2021: For more information click here
Tuesday 6th of July 2021Read More
Royal Opera House – Free Training and Support for Teachers!
Doncaster is proud to continue to work with The Royal Opera House’s national learning programme, in a bold and ambitious 3 year partnership which started in 2019. Through the National Learning Programme, the Royal Opera House will work with every school in Doncaster over three years. For information on how your school can engage, please contact, Cultural Education Manager, Susan Kerrigan: Join the Royal Opera House’s FREE virtual teacher training sessions, and explore how our National Programmes can enrich your students’ creative learning. Our Create and DanceCreate and Sing and Create and Design programmes support teachers in delivering the national curriculum by providing innovative training, resources and schemes of work exploring ballet, opera and theatrecraft. No specialist training is required, so book your place to join your teaching peers and our ROH practitioners via the links below. Create and Sing When: Thursday 25th of March and Tuesday 20th April 2021 (4-6pm) Where: Online Age Group: Key Stages 1-3 Get your class from page to stage, and performing their own opera, with Create and Sing! Aimed at teachers of Key Stages 1-3, our two-part online twilight training course, led by ROH drama and music practitioners, introduces the Create and Sing programme, its pedagogy and resources. We will be delivering our online two-part training for teachers from Doncaster on the 25th of March and the 20th of April. Each training course focuses on our 5-lesson Explorer courses, based on either Hansel and Gretel or Carmen. The associated resources support teachers wanting to offer their students a special (but manageable) summer project. The Royal Opera House and Doncaster Music Hub are exploring a possible summer event or digital project celebrating the creative work of Doncaster schools participating in Create and Sing. Create and Sing teacher training offers an opportunity to come together and explore, learn and have fun. If you’re interested in running a creative learning project this summer, or just want to learn more about the programme, join us by registering on our Learning Platform. If you are unable to attend the Doncaster training, then please enrol in one of our Nationally available dates included in the listing below. ENROL FOR CREATE AND SING HERE Create and Dance CPD When: Tuesday 27th of April 2021 (3.30-6pm) Where: Online Unlock your students’ imagination and creativity with Create and Dance! Create and Dance are offering a 'Refresher' CPD to all schools in Doncaster who attended training in 2019/20. This training will be delivered virtually as a twilight session on Tuesday 27th of April 2021. A team of Royal Opera House dance artists will recap the Building Blocks of dance and take you through the basics of motif development, character dancing and performance skills focusing on the Alice's Adventures in Wonderland scheme of work. This session will be designed to re-energise and encourage teachers to plan to deliver a Create and Dance project in the Summer term and beyond. Create and Dance is a creative learning programme, created with teachers, providing ballet for children in primary schools across England. The programme provides classroom-based and digital activities, as well as resources to encourage dancing at home, with strong curriculum links, giving students a better understanding of dance and unlocking their imagination and creativity.  If you are interested in attending a full course (delivered over two twilight sessions) then please enrol in one of our Nationally available dates included in the listing below. ENROL FOR CREATE AND DANCE HERE Create and Design CPD When: Thursday 17th of June 2021 (10 - 1pm or 2 - 5pm) Where: Cast Doncaster Take your class on a journey into the magical world of theatrecraft with Create and Design! Our CPD sessions with a professional stage designer aim to inspire your teaching practice. You’ll learn how to implement our new scheme of work (based on the ballet Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland) in the classroom, as well as try out some class activities and get hints and tips for your delivery. Aligned to the Key Stage 2 national curriculum framework for Design and Technology, Create and Design gives budding young designers the tools to develop their own concept for a stage set model, supported throughout the design process by our comprehensive range of online resources. We will be delivering in-person CPD in Doncaster in CAST on Thursday 17th of June, register for this event on our Learning Platform. ENROL FOR CREATE AND DESIGN HERE Amy McGann, Director of National Programmes at the Royal Opera House says ‘The Royal Opera House's national learning and participation programmes (Create and Dance, Create and Sing, Design and Make) have committed to working with every school in Doncaster over the next three years. We are delighted to welcome all Doncaster teachers to our upcoming CPD’s and to introduce you to these programmes.’ Deborah Rees, Director of CAST says ‘This partnership marks a shared ambition for culture in Doncaster. Positive outcomes for local young people remain our greatest challenge as a town and our most exciting opportunity to inspire a generation. Culture should be an essential part of every childhood, so to see every school participate and enjoy in this fantastic cultural experience is a great step forward in our collective responsibility to help our children thrive.’
Monday 8th of March 2021Read More
100 Doncaster Things to do Before You’re 11…
100 Doncaster Things to do Before You're 11... From building a den at Sandall Beat Wood to finding a fossilised dinosaur at Doncaster Museum, there are so many exciting things to do in Doncaster! Now there is a definitive list of the 100 things to do in Doncaster before you’re 11! Click here to visit the website.
Tuesday 2nd of March 2021Read More
Musical moments for Primary Schools
Doncaster Music Service have worked in collaboration with Sheffield Music Hub to produce weekly ‘Musical Moments’ videos for primary schools to support with learning in school and at home during this period. For ALL primary schools
  • Weekly “Musical Moments” videos – these 15 minute videos provide engaging, informative and educational musical content. They can be easily played on a school whiteboard and sent home.
  • Printable creative, musical Home Learning resources.
Click the link to access: Musical Moments 2.0 - Episode 1, Pitch featuring Heather Musical Moments 2.0 - Episode 2, Pulse & Rhythm featuring the Percussion Team Musical Moments 2.0 Episode 3 - Dynamics featuring the Woodwind Team Musical Moments 2.0 Episode 4 - Timbre featuring the Brass Team Musical Moments Playlist (where all the weekly videos will be uploaded)
Tuesday 23rd of February 2021Read More
Doncaster turns a page with brand new storytelling festival
Nine cultural organisations have joined forces to create Doncaster’s first ever storytelling festival to celebrate a range of stories from around the world and stimulate creativity. Hosted by Doncaster Cultural Education Partnership together with local literacy campaign Doncaster Stories, the festival is bookended by National Storytelling Week, starting Monday 1 February, and finishes on Thursday 4 March with the grand finale of World Book Day. The storytelling festival will be hosted on the Doncaster CEP website and involves several local organisations:
  • Doncaster Stories
  • Cast Theatre
  • Adult Family and Community Learning
  • Doncaster Libraries
  • BME United Doncaster
  • Hungry Little Minds
  • darts
  • Heritage Doncaster
Members of DCEP landed on the idea of a storytelling festival to create a programme of free (or subsidized for those who need it) virtual events from different organisations that families and schools can access in one place instead of being overwhelmed by competing offers. Whilst COVID restrictions mean that the festival will be online for its first year, it’s hoped that in the future it can be celebrated with a series of free in-person events. Research from the National Literacy Trust shows that storytelling has provided solace for young people during lockdown. Of the 4,141 children aged 8 to 18 who were surveyed, 1 in 3 said they were reading more during lockdown, 1 in 4 said they were listening to more, and 1 in 5 said they were writing more often. [1] The research also shows that audiobooks help children relax, whilst reading and writing helped children feel better when they couldn’t see their family and friends. The Doncaster Storytelling festival hopes to harness this increased literacy engagement with lots of feel-good activities and events throughout the month. Activities include live workshops on Microsoft Teams, a young writers club with CAST Theatre, storytelling videos exploring different identities and cultures, book giveaways, and content from popular children’s authors. There will also be creative resources that take children away from screens after a day of home-learning such as using a dice to build a story and heading outdoors to play in the mud. There’s even an opportunity for volunteers to create their own storytelling videos as part of the festival, and they’re especially interested in working with people from minority backgrounds – anyone wanting to get involved with the project should contact Phil Sheppard, For more information about the festival, please visit where families can find a full schedule of events. Phil Sheppard, Senior Project Officer for Doncaster Stories, said: “There’s always lots going on around reading and books at this time of year, spurred on by events like National Storytelling Week and World Book Day. So instead of organising lots of separate activities, we thought it would be more impactful if we all came together to create one big event under the same name. Doncaster Storytelling Festival is all about using the power of stories to celebrate diversity in the widest sense of the word and I’m really looking forward to spotlighting uplifting and empowering content.” Susan Kerrigan, Culture Education Manager for Doncaster CEP, said: “The partners have pulled together some fantastic activities that both teachers and families can use to connect children and young people with creative activities at home.  It would be lovely to see how our young people take part by sharing their photos and videos on social media using the hashtag #DoncasterStories. I can wait to see and share their creativity online.”
Friday 29th of January 2021Read More
Bags of Creativity – DCEP in action!
During the first lockdown IVE, the Bridge Organisation for Yorkshire and the Humber, worked with us at Doncaster Cultural Education Partnership and Children’s Services in Doncaster to deliver the Bags of Creativity project. Over 1000 bags were packed with creative activities and inspiring materials to be delivered to children and young people in Doncaster.  The bags are designed to make sure all children and young people can be creative at home by providing everything they need in one place. DCEP recruited a team of local artists and creative organisations to design activities for Bags of Creativity which have been printed onto double sided postcards. Child development specialists, Dr Karen Dunn and Di Chilvers provided training and mentoring to the team to ensure that activities are both tailored to the contents of the bags and engaging for children in each age range. Bags of Creativity, containing the 20 specially designed activity postcards, were created for three separate age groups. For 2-6-year-olds, an orange bag contained vibrant chiffon scarves, a space blanket, and many other materials to enhance imaginative play. 7-11-year-olds received a bright green bag full of colouring pencils, pipe cleaners and further tactile materials for creative expression. 12-16-year-olds received a navy-blue bag with contents including watercolour paints and modelling clay, giving them additional ways to explore their creativity. LazenbyBrown of York designed the Bags of Creativity free of charge. Many thanks to everyone involved in making this wonderful project happen. A special mention to the DCEP members who packed up the bags with the postcards and resources.  The postcards can be downloaded from the Kids Activities page of Cast’s website here. Here's are a few examples: For ages 2-6 For ages 7-11 For ages 12-16
Tuesday 5th of January 2021Read More
Aladdin Poetry Competition
Cast have an exciting creative writing opportunity and competition coming up, and we thought it would be perfect for your students to get involved in. Every student who enters will receive a certificate to be presented in assembly, and their poem will be collected in a poetry book to be displayed in Cast's Book Nook in the foyer. One winner will be chosen, and they will receive a family ticket to our pantomime and their entry will be published in our panto programme. The poem must be about either Aladdin or pantomimes, or be inspired by either theme. All poems must be no longer than 1 side of A4 and entrants must be between the ages of 5-11. Form and style are not important, so we're happy for you to suggest something that works into your upcoming lesson plans. If you would like any further information please email or call 01302 303 950. Or send poems to either or post to Cast, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU Entries must be submitted by the 25th June 2021.
Tuesday 5th of January 2021Read More
Doncaster Dances!
This summer The Royal Ballet, in partnership with Cast and Doncaster Council, set themselves a mission to get Doncaster Dancing. The special project, a first for The Royal Ballet, has resulted in a unique community dance film called Doncaster Dances. You can watch it now below: Inspired by the choreography of Kenneth MacMillan’s ballet Romeo and Juliet, with synchronicity to today’s lockdown themes of love and separation, family, friendship and solidarity. The film also features Doncaster local and Royal Ballet dancer Charlotte Tonkinson and fellow Royal Ballet dancer Joseph Aumeer. Doncaster residents, primary schools, sports clubs, care homes and dance schools were supported with online resources from the Royal Opera House, alongside remote direction from The Royal Ballet to learn routines inspired by Romeo and Juliet.  The project brought together more than 130 residents, 6 community groups, 2 care homes and 2 local schools to get Doncaster dancing and celebrate movement in this isolating and challenging time. In 2019 the Royal Opera House announced this exciting partnership with Doncaster residents through Doncaster Creates (Doncaster’s Culture Development programme). This programme of cultural learning activity includes a commitment to work in every school in Doncaster over the next three years. As part of this partnership The Royal Ballet was due to perform at Cast Theatre in July 2020, however sadly both events were postponed due to the pandemic. Eager to continue its commitment to Doncaster and to bring dance to the community, The Royal Ballet, Cast and Doncaster Council have worked together to get Doncaster Dancing. Member of Parliament for Doncaster North, Ed Miliband, helped to establish Doncaster Creates as the region’s first cultural community project to harness and nurture the creativity of Doncaster. Kevin O’Hare, Director of The Royal Ballet comments, ‘The Royal Ballet were determined that the pandemic would not interfere with our plans for engaging with Doncaster residents and sharing the enriching experience of dance. Kenneth MacMillan’s powerful setting of Romeo and Juliet has always fired the collective imagination and was the perfect springboard for a process of creative exploration during dark times. Doncaster Dances has proved just how empowering the arts can be and is a wonderful testament to the resilience of the human spirit. This beautiful film is both poignant and optimistic, demonstrating that everyone in the community, young and old, can unite through dance.' Deborah Rees, Director of Cast adds, ‘Cast is delighted to be working in partnership with The Royal Ballet and that despite the pandemic, together we have found a way to engage with Doncaster communities through the inspirational programme Doncaster Dances.  The end result of this programme is an amazing film showcasing Doncaster’s talent and resilience and our thanks go to The Royal Ballet and the people of Doncaster for making this happen.' Ros Jones, Mayor of Doncaster said, ‘This Doncaster Dances premiere is the culmination of a tremendous project with The Royal Ballet. It has involved local residents, schools, community groups and care homes from across the borough, giving them the opportunity to learn a new skill, get active and have some fun with dancers from one of the most prestigious ballet companies in the world. Making this happen during these most difficult of times is a big achievement.'
Tuesday 11th of August 2020Read More
Culture Spies
Culture Spies is a new  scheme launched by Cast, in partnership with darts and Right Up Our Street.   Culture Spies are a team of roving reporters, aged 7-18, reporting on Doncaster’s Cultural Events. 
Reports can take one of two forms:   
  • A written review 
  • A digital blog post 
Reports will be shared on Cast’s Social Media and website, as well as on digital platforms of other cultural and creative institutions.
Each Culture Spy will:
  • Attend an initial introduction and training event held at Cast in March 2020.  During this event you will receive support and guidance on reporting, as well as the Cultural Spy pack which includes materials needed in order to complete your reporting.  
  • Receive a Culture Spy press pass that will give you access to two complimentary tickets (under 14s must use the second comp to be accompanied by a responsible adult). 
  • Receive a schedule of Cultural Events to attend 
  • Have the opportunity to interview an individual from the creative industries (artists, actor, musician, technician, programmer, writer etc). 
  • Attend a Culture Spies wrap party in July 2020 in which the Cultural Spies will share their experiences, evaluate the process and celebrate their successes. 
  • Be joined up with a named contact to support their Culture Spies journey. 
Join us and start your mission as a Culture Spy today! Deadline to apply for this academic year is Monday 16 March 2020. Sign up to become a Culture Spy by completing this form. For more information, please contact:
Friday 13th of March 2020Read More