This could be for you…
This could be for you…
Anyone interested in attending these courses starting after Easter should register their interest at Thimblemill Library…
Building Relationships by Susie Pottinger. Performed by Angela Harvey
A play Exploring isolation, grief, depression, love, hope and family.
‘Rita takes in laundry from her neighbours in a block of flats. As she tackles each new load she chats to her husband in the next room and we find out about these people she would never normally have come into contact with and how they have slowly but surely become a part of her life’.
Remote Goat awarded the show 5 stars
“[Rita’s] one-sided conversation with her off-stage husband gradually transforms into a moving work of intense beauty, encapsulating profound truths about the state of the nation and the human condition.’
“Susie Pottinger has captured a perfect sliver of hope in a theatrical landscape populated by vogue despair. This small, contained, beautifully observed story of communal survival says far more about the state of the nation, far more elegantly, than most plays written by better known playwrights over the last decade.”
Tuesday 20th February 6.30pm (Doors open 6pm)
Moor Pool Hall,
37 The Circle,
Harborne, Birmingham, B17 9DY
Bearwood’s own Caroline Jariwala will be featured on Midlands Today at 6.30pm on Thursday evening celebrating the fantastic success of her 100 Masters video which has now had over 3.7 million views.
Caroline’s ability to turn old pieces of crockery into stunning works of art has taken her around the world. Her work has been commissioned far and wide to produce intricate and beautifully crafted mosaics for schools, community spaces and even a pub.
Her mosaic art is often inspired by the replicating patterns discovered within nature, and also by the Rangoli designs and Mendhi patterns of Caroline’s Indian heritage.
You can watch the video here… https://www.facebook.com/OneHundredMasters/videos/198946740684787/
The team at We Are Bearwood have been working behind the scenes on a few things – including planning for Bearwood Street Festival 2019. Read all about what they are going to be up to this year and next and how to get in touch if you want to be a part of it: http://www.wearebearwood.org/blog/happy-new-year-from-we-are-bearwood/
Bearwood bin collection days are changing from Wednesdays to Fridays from February.
The last Wednesday collection will be on Wednesday31st January, and the next collection will be on Friday 9th February.