Malvern Cube feels full of energy and optimism!  The Cube diary is getting full with old friends returning and many first time new friends discovering us.  After so many months of closure, we are pleased to be open for the duration of the summer and beyond. 
We are all celebrating at Malvern Cube now that we are finally allowed to open our doors to welcome everyone back!  
Hurray!  After counting down the months / weeks / days… we are finally able to start to reopen Malvern Cube once again!  Please be assured, as always this will be in a very safe and careful way, heeding the government’s most recent advice: Hands, Face, Space and Fresh Air.   We will be open for some of our hirers from 12 April and for exercise classes from 17 May.  If you want to hire space at affordable rates, please do get in touch and we can discuss your requirements with you. 
We hope that this finds everyone safe and well. Although the Cube is closed, there is still energy, positivity, and work being done as we look forward to the days when we can reopen our doors and welcome the community back once again. 
When we sent out our newsletter at the end of last year we were celebrating, having finished re-building from the fire of 2018 and we'd just appointed our new manager. Little did we know that we would soon be wrestling with the effects of a global pandemic!
When the Cube, (formerly known as ‘The Youth Centre’ or ‘The Youthie’) was at risk of closure in 2010, one of the many local people who rallied to help save the building was Anna Mitchell, an environmental artist, who to this day continues to runs Wild Wednesdays and Creative Clay sessions from the Cube. 
MALVERN CUBE PROJECTS WILL BE PROVIDING A VARIETY OF YOUTH SESSIONS DURING SPRING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE AGED 10+ TO BOOK YOUR PLACE PLEASE SEE BOOKING CONTACT DETAILS BELOW FOR EACH YOUTH SESSION ALL INFORMATION AND FORMS WILL BE SENT FOR COMPLETION AND WILL NEED TO BE RETURNED BEFORE THE FIRST SESSION
Perfect Circle is a youth Theatre Company, based at the Cube.  We asked Director Lee Farley to tell us more about his dynamic company, who work with young people aged 9 to 18. This is what Lee told us…
Watch a film based on a book and discuss it with others. - Online via Zoom Every Thursday 4.30pm - 5.30pm at Malvern Cube.
Reactions' artists are also delighted to offer weekly inclusive theatre skills sessions. These workshops run weekly throughout term time, and are enjoyed by students, carers and facilitators alike.

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