We host Sight Concern Worcestershire’s “Walk the Blindfold Mile” on Saturday, which looks set to be a lovely time in the sunshine and a great thing to be involved in to support them. There’s lots of information on our website. The link’s below.
In the evening we are also playing our part in Record Store day as we help our friends and supporters from Carnival Records hold their after party” Pie & Vinyl” at the Cube – from 7pm.
The following Saturday, the 28th, Malvern goes Motown…and Northern Soul of course! Fast becoming an established night in the town for those that like to get on down to the sounds of Tamla and Northern Soul. Don’t miss it. Tickets via the website.
As if that didn’t all sound perfect enough, “Perfect”, the theatre production is at the Cube on the 6th of May. For everyone 5+ here’s what they say:
“A young boy waits for the birth of his new baby sister… his excitement bubbling over at the thought of a new playmate to race and chase with. He can’t wait to tell her all about the swifts which nest not far from the top window of their pointy house… it’s nearly time, she’s nearly here.
This is the touching story of a boy meeting his disabled sister for the first time, with stunning puppetry, original live music and physical theatre. An imaginative retelling of the book by Nicola Davies and Cathy Fisher, it opens up the subject of disability for young audiences. “Perfect” is a remarkable story of anticipation and disappointment, acceptance and love, and the power of nature in all our lives.
“Perfect” is brought to the stage by the award-winning Tessa Bide, creator of ‘A Strange New Space’, ‘Arnold’s Big Adventure’ and ‘The Tap Dancing Mermaid.’
For information and tickets for all these events see our website here: www.MalvernCube.com
While you’re reading here’s an overview update on our youth work from our Youth Coordiator :
Youth activities at Malvern Cube:
Malvern Cube Projects are excited to bring a range of activities to the Cube, for young people aged between 11 and 14.
Our regular Youth Cafe runs every Thursday during term time (4.30-6.30) and is a great opportunity to relax, do some cooking and have a drink.The Cafe is run by young people for young people – we have already had a film night but could incorporate music, gaming or other ideas.
A free six week Fashion Design course is starting on the 23rd April in the evening. We have three shiny new sewing machines and a stack of great fabric, ready to go. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
There are a few spaces left on our free Drama sessions which are starting 18th April (6-7pm). Please contact email@example.com book.
We also have plans to set up a Youth Forum where young people can have their say about things that matter to them.
If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Kelda: firstname.lastname@example.org