Get ready for Patty Dumplin's grand return! The beloved fictional character, Patty Dumplin, is back in action with a vital message for all men: "Love Ya Prostate." Patty Dumplin has teamed up with the Orchid Appeal Cancer Champions, just in time for Black History Month, and you can spot her dancing to a popular Jamaican riddim on the vibrant streets of Nottingham. She's set to be at a special event happening at the New Art Exchange on Thursday, October 26th, starting at 6:30 PM. Booking details to soon follow.
At this event, the Orchid Cancer Appeal will present three films dedicated to raising awareness about prostate cancer. The Champions will also share their personal journeys, drawing connections between their experiences and the rich history of the Windrush generation. To ensure you don't miss out, be sure to book your spot in advance.
And here's a special treat: Enjoy a delectable Jamaican patty and savour the taste of Patty's signature rum punch fruit punch, all on Patty Dumplin. It's an event you won't want to miss!
Eldora feels different and looks different to her friends. All becomes clear when She discovers her true identity and mission to save planet earth.
It’s 2030 and the earth is being hit by frequent shockwaves making the earth unstable for human life.
Eldora must teach her friends the golden rule to save the earth.
This play devised by the ‘Younger Yard’ group explores themes around friendship, bullying and acceptance. Written by Lisa Jackson and directed by Lisa Jackson and Tatenda Chitsamba.
The Golden Rule will be performed during the YOUnique Festival at the New Art Exchange Nottingham on Saturday the 11th of March at 12.30 pm.
It's been such an experience working with YARD younger theatre group and I'm looking forward to seeing them at their best.
Over the past few months, since October 2022 I have been working with New Art Exchange in-house youth groups, YARD younger and older's on Tuesdays and Wednesday evenings. It's been great to work with co-drama leader Tatenda Chitsamba. I'm so grateful for the YARDY welcome from both staff and young people.
We have been working hard. to devise, write, rehearse and perform two short plays to feature at the Younique festival on Saturday the 11th of March at 3 pm. All are welcome but spaces of limited. You can get your ticket online at Eventbrite. click on the picture below for more information.
The Younique Festival is all about young people's voices and perspectives. #ItStartedBy is one of many performances and creative activities happening throughout the day including a play by younger YARE called 'The Golden Rule'.
We are honoured to receive, alongside the Love Hearts and Carol Burrell, the Joan Willett Lasting Legacy Award at the British Heart Foundation's Heart Hero Awards 2021 in acknowledgement of the Hearts and Minds Programme Nottingham.
You can watch the full awards ceremony hosted by Vernon Kay. Skip to 120min to watch our acknowledgement and tribute from the Duchess of York.