In our first blog, our very own Jem McAuley gives us an insider’s view on the role of a technician at Tamworth's Hastilow Drama Festival.
Being a venue tech is without doubt a great job; I can’t imagine doing anything else. But sometimes working in the same venue show after show can make you yearn for the challenge of a new space so we jumped at the chance to get out of the Assembly Rooms and help our long-time collaborators and friends of Total Arts Community Theatre (TACT) put on the 2016 Tamworth Hastilow Drama Festival at Two Rivers High School.
Tamworth Assembly Rooms is closed… but don’t worry, it is only temporary. Thanks to generous funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent local Enterprise Partnership and Tamworth Borough Council, we are beginning a major refurbishment of the building and have set up this blog to keep you up to date with all the developments...
The world of the jungle will be brought to life in Tamworth Castle Grounds this weekend with an outdoor performance of The Jungle Book - and there are still tickets remaining for this entertaining
The popular season of free summer Bandstand Concerts is back for 2016 and is this year bringing more performances across a wider variety of genres to Tamworth Castle Grounds.
An award-winning adaptation of classic tale The Jungle Book will be brought to life in a Tamworth park this spring in the first instalment of outdoor theatre to feature in the town’s 2016 calendar
Details of a jam-packed summer have been revealed with the launch of Tamworth Borough Council’s 2016 ‘Great Outdoors’ programme of events.
Performers across all genres are being offered the opportunity to showcase their talents in beautiful surroundings at an end of summer garden party event being organised by Tamworth Borough Council
Creative individuals who would like to take their talents to the next level are being given the opportunity to set up shop in Tamworth town centre as part of an innovative project which aims to give start-up businesses a helping hand.
Thousands of people descended on Tamworth Castle Grounds on Saturday April 23 for a record-breaking St George’s Day extravaganza.
Hundreds of runners, walkers and joggers donned their trainers and got on their marks for the Tamworth Sport Relief Mile held in the Castle Grounds on Sunday March 20.