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A Call for Artists
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A Call for Artists

Are you an Artist or Creative Educator? Do you have experience hosting workshops for families with young children? As part of our summer programme of activities and events in our new outdoor covered performance area, The New Horizons Stage, we are looking for 5 Wolverhampton based creatives to host weekly drop-in workshops during August 2021.

A Folk Festival is on the Horizon.
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A Folk Festival is on the Horizon.

We’ve been busy planning an special outdoor music festival this summer named Folk at New Horizons, this will be Folk an the NAC’s first ever folk festival. The festival is due to take place on Saturday 3rd July 2021, originally a theatre date for welsh folk super group Calan. The Folk at the NAC team

Hush Now: A Wolverhampton Review
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Hush Now: A Wolverhampton Review

On Saturday 20th March NAC was proud to host the Wolverhampton digital premiere of Hush Now: Hidden Women by Feral Productions. The live action play was originally scheduled in our theatre programme but was unable to go ahead due to COVID restrictions. The Feral Productions team instead brought this site-specific production to our screens: exploring the

Hush Now: Hidden Women, behind the doors of Wolverhampton’s Mother & Baby Homes.
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Hush Now: Hidden Women, behind the doors of Wolverhampton’s Mother & Baby Homes.

Showing: 27/03/2021 to 27/03/2021


Available to view online until midnight on Sat 27th March Digital theatre exploring the hidden stories behind the doors of Wolverhampton Mother & Baby Homes will be premiered online via our website later this March. Adapted for the stage and screen from Feral Production’s original site-specific production, Hush Now is a piece of digital theatre

A New Hope for Live Events is on the Horizon.
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A New Hope for Live Events is on the Horizon.

It is soon approaching one year since UK lockdown measures began, marking the anniversary of the live entertainment industry coming to a standstill. We are pleased to share new hope and light at the end of a very long tunnel for Wolverhampton audiences wanting to enjoy live events again with our latest announcement, bringing welcomed news of a programme continuing sooner than we might think.  In response to COVID- 19, we have commissioned a

Marginalization – A New Online Exhibition
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Marginalization – A New Online Exhibition

Curator/Artist Statement: Activist artists, poets, photographers from past and present times have always responded innovatively to capture, create and question disparity. Gurdas Ram Alam was one of these advocates, known as the ‘People’s Poet’ his poetry highlights the way in which the poor and marginalized have always been the hardest hit in society. Many of