School’s finally out. Welcome to six blissful weeks of summer freedom!
But if the rain is already reminding you of autumn and those first dreary months of the school year – why not sign up for something to look forward to? Our friends at Jacksons Lane, have something devilish, daring and totally different to spice up your schedule next term: welcome to the Heritage Horror Show Documentary Making Project!
From 16th October to 6th December 2017, there will be a series of workshops at Jacksons Lane, and Alexandra Palace for a group of 14-18 year olds to explore the origins of horror in performance as we know it today.
Learn about how your favourite campfire stories were first told, have a go at playing the roles like a Victorian actor, and contribute to the making of a documentary showing off all our discoveries with Chocolate Films.
They’ve even thrown in a few day-trips to relevant theatres, and places around London during October half-term: all completely free of charge!
Interested in history? Film-making? Theatre? Documentaries? Or just really, really like a good fright-fest? Then e-mail Lisa at email@example.com or call 020 8347 2411 to ask any questions you have, and secure your place on this programme.
Go on – it’ll be a scream!
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