A Feast of Music and Dance by Older Performers
Morley Town Hall, Leeds
Saturday 26 September, 11.30am – 1.30pm
as part of Morley Arts Festival
Targeted at audiences aged 55+
Light lunch provided
A lunchtime feast of music and dance will launch an exciting new project making a difference to the quality of life of older adults in Leeds!
This event will showcase live performance and film by older performers from Yorkshire Dance, Academy of Northern Ballet Over 55’s class and Feeling Good Theatre Company and will also feature a sharing from guest Australian performance group The Golds.
Come along to find out more about exciting arts activities for older people, becoming part of our steering group and volunteer team or simply if you would like to be entertained! This is an opportunity to meet and make new friends, share stories, see something new and find out about our exciting project.
To book your free place, please call Yorkshire Dance
on 0113 243 8765
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is brought to you by LEAF partners (Yorkshire Dance, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Northern Ballet, Phoenix Dance, Leeds Grand Theatre and City Varieties and Opera North). Our project, Young at Arts, is part of Time To Shine, a 6-year programme being delivered by Leeds Older Peoples Forum. We will be connecting with community centres, health centres, care homes, retail and leisure spaces to put on regular sessions and some Weekends of Wonder for older people to get creative, get active and get connected.
We are looking for community partners and older people across the city to join in and join up – so please get in touch through Yorkshire Dance: email@example.com or 0113 243 9867 and come out to play!
Time To Shine is funded through Big Lottery Fund Ageing Better.
About the GOLDS
The GOLD Company are a group of over 55′s who love to move, laugh, create and perform. Based in Canberra, Australia, they have been running for 5 years and have established an identity as a company synonymous with quality, enquiry and humour. They have a proud relationship with some of Australia’s national institutions such as the National Gallery of Australia, National Library of Australia, National Portrait Gallery, CSIRO Discovery and National Museum of Australia. The GOLD tour to the UK is an example of their free, fun loving spirits – self funded with love and passion for the dance and communication.