Posts by Amanda Wilde

A heartfelt ‘Thank You!’ to Birkdale Trust.

We would like to extend our warmest thanks to the Trustees of the Birkdale Trust for their generosity in supporting the work we do to make our touring theatre more accessible to deaf and hard of hearing children, young people and adults. Their contribution to our work is invaluable and enables us to double the…

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‘Be a Brick’ for Lincoln Drill Hall!

We’re being a brick and we think you should too! Red Earth Theatre are keen to support the continuing work of Lincoln Drill Hall and its team. “Not only are they (Lincoln Drill Hall) a fantastic venue, but they do a lot for the local community, children and families.  It would be a tragedy if…

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Mirror Mirror – Spring Tour 2019 : BSL / Captioned Advert

Our fantastic ‘Mirror Mirror’ duo Clare-Louise English and Naomi Gray have got together to make a BSL / Captioned Advert for the upcoming February / March tour of the show… You can find out more about ‘Mirror Mirror’ and its tour dates by clicking over to our SHOWS page. https://youtu.be/wlQ4bbV6N1I

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Amanda visits NTU for Soonchild Project Update – 27.11.18

Red Earth Co-Director: Amanda Wilde visited the bustling team of NTU Theatre Studies students this week to catch up with all the exciting developments of the Soonchild Project. “The group have been working incredibly hard over the last week, producing a script inspired by the book. Each scene responds to an aspect of the story…

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Friday Arts Boost

As usual, it’s Wendy – Co-Artistic Director of Red Earth – who does the research on what’s trending in the book world. It’s me that benefits from all that work. I pick up the books she’s ordered and happily read them, even if she hasn’t read them yet. Last Friday I finished this book… It’s…

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Soonchild in Development

Get a glimpse here of images and music from our development work with talented composer – musicians Rosie Bott, Jamie Rutherford and Ning Ning Li of Threaded. Working with actors, Clare-Louise English and Tom Dawze, we spent a wonderful week looking at how to make the music more accessible to deaf audiences. Our brilliant technical…

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