Hull Minster’s Open Arts Access programme proudly presents…
This great event is a public reading of Billany’s WWII novel The Trap and will be read out over three days by volunteers from Theatre On The Edge.
The Trap has been described as the “the finest novel to come out of the war” by historian Ken Worpole.
The reading will be on;
Monday Aug. 1
Tuesday Aug. 2
Wednesday Aug. 3
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
If you would like to volunteer to read, please contact Theatre On The Edge; email@example.com Deadline: July 21, 2017
Hull Minster's Open Arts Access
Our programme us to offer free performance space to musicians, artists and groups
Aimed at acoustic performers, the church is offering artists and groups the opportunity to perform in front of an audience and hone their skills. Whether a solo artist, a small band or a poet, performers will be able to develop their repertoire, experiment with new material, or build up a performance portfolio by recording the event.
The scheduled performances are available to book on Friday and Saturday afternoons from 1pm and are free of charge. Audience members may choose to make a donation, which will go to the performer.
We help publicise performances through our website, social media, print media and a network of event promoters, and provide refreshments for visitors before and after the events. Practice spaces may also be available beforehand.
To find out more information or have an informal chat about how to book an afternoon performance slot, please contact Hull Minster’s Events and Operations Manager Jane Owen at firstname.lastname@example.org