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The Elves and the Shoemaker

Posted on: 22nd May 2014

The Lighthouse hosted a theatre production ‘The Elves and the Shoemaker’ by Stuff and Nonsense, in November 2010, for early years and reception classes in Bournemouth and Poole that were invloved in the cultural hub. Activities following the children’s attendence of the performance included artist workshops in school, and visits to local libraries. Teachers were also given a useful resource...
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The Enormous Turnip

Posted on: 22nd May 2014

wave and Lighthouse commissioned Dorset based Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company to create a Christmas show, The Enormous Turnip, as an alternative to a pantomine for Reception aged children. This Cultural Hub project was written specifically to engage children in the story, to encourage them to listen, talk about and understand the plotline and the characters...
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The Mermaid Princess

Posted on: 22nd May 2014

March 2010 saw the arrival of Teatro Kismet’s production of The Mermaid Princess in six Bournemouth and Poole primary and middle schools.   After finding inspiration whilst watching the play at Lighthouse, the students participated in workshops related to the story in local libraries, with professional artists and illustrators in school and had map work...
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Live for 5

Posted on: 1st May 2014

Aged 14 – 25? Short on Cash? Love the Arts? Then Lighthouse, Poole have a fantastic offer for you… They are offering a range of their shows for young people to experience for a fiver! Don’t miss out on this lovely discount, Live for 5 is free and easy to join. Simply complete an application...
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Poole Lantern Procession

Posted on: 4th April 2014

In early December we saw the annual Poole Lantern Procession through the high street.  Local artist Hazel Evans worked hard in the lead up to the event, running workshops in various schools across the area to create these beautiful lanterns in the theme of ‘swans and hearts.’ Poole Town Centre Management did a wonderful job setting the...
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