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red nose tshirtWhen you have finished doing something funny (and creative) for money today, you might want to consider the following three opportunities for the days ahead.  In reverse chronological order: 

The annual Screenlit festival at Broadway kicks off in just over a week on Sunday, 27 March.  Films, talks and a writing masterclass, you may need to get your tickets early.  Some events are free!  Details and bookings via the Screenlit page on Broadway’s website.

Fancy leading workshops for teenagers?  City Arts Nottingham in partnership with Arts Partnership Nottinghamshire (APN) and Gedling Borough Council is

seeking to employ an artist/sculptor to plan and deliver a series of participatory art workshops in the Gedling Borough area.  The project is designed to enhance the overall emotional health and well-being of young people and their families

The workshops are planned for April to July for young people aged between 13 and 17.  There is a modest amount of money involved.   Many more details, and further links, are on the Design Factory website.  The application deadline is next Monday, 21 March. 

Long time readers of this blog will be aware that we often bring news of auditions in case your creativity moves you to theatre or film.  Notably the chance to be a zombie has often featured.   On Sunday, 20 March there is another opportunity to frighten the locals – the Arts Theatre is auditioning for The Full Monty.  You have to be able to sing as well, so make sure you understand all the requirementsFull disclosure: I won’t be making a full disclosure.

That is as funny as you get from me today. Enjoy, Nottingham!