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Participatory arts can make ideas happen, create pride & respect, raise aspirations, develop confidence, communicate & share the narrative of people's lives, and most importantly create really enjoyable times.

What’s on

RO:BOTS

An immersive, promenade performance created by the Kámoši Juniors Performing Arts Club.

Saturday 23rd March 2019

Sacred Heart Church Hall
Walmesley Rd
Leigh
WN7 1YE

Join us on a trip to the year 2079, the era of the Robots. For years RO:BOTS have entertained and served you, protected and cared for you, RO:BOTS and humans have lived in harmony. But recently things have changed, tensions have been rising. RO:BOTS vs Humans… Who will be the last ones standing?

There will be two intimate promenade performances at 1:30pm and 2:30pm.

To book your place, please RSVP to james@can.uk.com confirming which performance you would like to attend.

Kámoši Juniors Performing Arts Club is a music, dance and theatre programme that welcomes all local children in Leigh, Wigan Borough. The project is led by Community Arts North West (CAN) in partnership with the Ethnic Minority Achievement Service (EMAS), Wigan Music Service, Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Leigh Central Primary School, Leigh St Peters and Leigh C.E. Primary School.

 

CYA@HOME Performance

Friday 12th & Saturday 13th April 2019

HOME
2 Tony Wilson Place
Manchester
M15 4FN

Full details TBC.

 

Refugee Week

Launching on Saturday 15th June 2019, with events 15th – 21st June 2019

Full details TBC – The full programme will be launched on 1st May 2019, so watch this space for updates.

 

 

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For over 30 years, CAN has produced an impressive portfolio of vibrant urban arts-based projects in collaboration with communities, artists and agencies.

We encourage people to take part in the arts and work extensively with children and young people. We work with communities across the range of cultural backgrounds, celebrating diversity; and contribute to the creative economy through both employment and capacity-building within the sector.

 

(Image by Shirlaine Forrest)