Northern Youth Theatre Company is launching a film about their dance and drama opportunities for young people across the region on Big Screen Bradford. The theatre company is one of three winners of a competition to have a film made about their work and screened in the heart of City Park. The competition was run by local production company Molineaux Productions in partnership with Bradford UNESCO City of Film.
NYTC is a non-profit making organisation set up to provide a varied range of performance opportunities that showcase the talents and abilities of the North’s young performers. They work with young people aged between 12 and 21 to help them improve their skills. nytctheatre.org.uk | Music by David Voss davidvoss.org
New owners of the Bradford Playhouse are unveiling a new film about the iconic arts space on Big Screen Bradford as they celebrate almost 3 years in business.
Theatre managers Claire and Jono Gadsby fell in love with the 290-seat theatre in Little Germany more than two years ago and decided to lease it. Since then they have worked hard to put it back on the map and create an arts and performance space that will appeal to everyone.
The Playhouse is one of three winners of a competition to have a film made about their work and screened in the heart of City Park on the Big Screen. The competition was run by local production company Molineaux Productions in partnership with Bradford UNESCO City of Film.
Find out what is happening at The Bradford Playhouse by visiting their website bradfordplayhouse.org.uk | Music by David Voss davidvoss.org
Yorkshire MESMAC is one of the oldest and largest sexual health organisations in the country. Last year they entered Bradford City of Films competition for charities and arts organisations. Three organisations were chosen to receive a free promotional film produced and showcase on the Big Screen Bradford.
Yorkshire MESMAC work all over Yorkshire but with their Bradford office just minutes away from the City Park, their new film is a great opportunity to reach more people who may require their various services which is includes LGBTQ Youth groups, free HIV testing, social Support and counselling.
Yorkshire MESMAC CEO, Tom Doyle told us "We were very excited to win the Big Screen Bradford and Molineaux Productions competition as we knew it would be a great chance to connect with our communities through a different medium, and advertise the work that we do to a wider audience than we are currently able to. Stigma is also a thing that affects a lot of the communities we work with, and a promotional video is a great chance to help challenge people’s preconceptions and tackle the stigma head on."