Thanks for stopping by
The month began with the very welcome news that we were successful in our NPO application with Arts Council England, which enables us to continue to bring you more adventures for the period 2018-2022. We will be letting you know what exciting plans we have ahead and precisely what that funding will allow us to do very soon.
A quick heads up that FLOOD Part 3 will be broadcast on BBC2 in August – we will let you know the scheduled transmission date and time once announced..
We are really looking forward to reviving Rugby Shorts at Selby RLFC as part of Selby Arts Festival on Sunday 23rd July.
Last summer Slung Low undertook some training to become a Dementia Friendly theatre company, and this training inspired us to become part of the Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) an alliance of over 150 national organisations who connect, share best practice and take action on dementia. In doing so we signed up with three pledges. One of which was to put on an event that specifically welcomes people living with Dementia, their careers, families and friends as well as a wider HUB audience. If this applies to you, then on Thurs 27th July we’d love you to come and spend the afternoon with us to enjoy some tea and cakes and memory making for our Memory Store and we’ll have some live music and film screenings from Yorkshire Silents – you can read more in the link on the right hand side of this page.
Also at the HUB this month you can see the last of our Edinburgh Fringe previews when Hull’s Silent Uproar perform A Super Happy Story (about feeling super sad) on Sun 30th July at 6:30pm (please note the slightly later than usual start time to this one due to artist availability!).