I had a great time being one of the presenters on last Wednesday radio show and we were pleased to have Elizabeth Blake Thomas on the show. She is the founder and director of @BooBods and she told us all about her web site which is great. You can open an account and you get a wall where you can post your ideas, photos, paintings . You can submit your own films, go to workshops and enter competitions. Don’t forget to listen in next Wednesday for our next show between 4p.m. and 6p.m.@en5theyoung1’s EN5Radio.com at The Bull Theatre.
When I went to the screening @LADYLUCKmovie I met Lizzie Blake Thomas and her daughter Isabella..
Lizzie has a new website called www.boobods.com Boo Bods is a new Children’s Charity. Its aim is to encourage creativity in all kids, breaching the gap between them and the work place. It has lots of information and I found details of this poetry competition for kids on there. I have sent mine in.
We are delighted to announce that this year’s competition will have acclaimed judges Hannah Lowe and David Morley at the helm. It is once again on the search for exciting new young poets aged 11-17. So what are you waiting for, take the chance and enter your poem! Take a look at the full rules and information on the prizes and opportunities.
Deadline for Entries is the 31st July 2013 Enter on line or download a postal entry form from the website. www.foyleyoungpoets.org
How to enter:
The competition is free to enter. Individuals may enter more than one poem, however we strongly advise that you concentrate on drafting and redrafting your poems and send only a small selection of your very best (we suggest no more than 6-8 maximum). Remember, quality is more important than quantity! Please read the full rules carefully.
I had a lovely time at the Lady Luck screening and it was great to see everybody again. Here is a photograph of me with the lovely Director, Jo Lewis, Breakneck Films. Jo was great to work with and made me feel relaxed and it was all really enjoyable.
and here is a photo of the producers , Victoria Bavister and Krissi Mcilquham from Scruffbag Productions.
and here is a photo of the villain!
A FEW PLACES LEFT FOR THE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR
Auditioning in May for September 2013. SETS is a truly unique school, specialising in the performing arts
The average class size is just 10 – 12 pupils and the maximum number accepted in any year group is 15. Smaller numbers means more opportunities in both the Agency and the classroom. See the agency show reel and our outstanding academic results.
The school is in a fully operational theatre, which also boasts large purpose built dance studios and a recording studio. The pupils have full access to all aspects of the performing arts in group and one to one lessons, and also access to real work experience in the theatre including marketing, front of house, stage management, lighting & sound operation.
SETS is one of the top achieving academic schools in Barnet.
Our GCSE pass rate is outstanding, with 100% of our pupils gaining at least 8 GCSEs at A*-C grades.
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On Monday we went to a museum in London to film a t.v. docu drama for a South Korean T.V. Company. I was James Clerk Maxwell who was a scientist in the 19th century. Clerk Maxwell’s research into electromagnetic radiation led to the development of television, mobile phones, radio and infra-red telescopes. The largest astronomical telescope in the world, at Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii, is named in his honour. My favourite subject is astronomy and I found it all very interesting.
Photo: James Clerk Maxwell as a young man, courtesy of The Master and Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge.
It was good fun and everyone was really nice even though I had to go through a translator to describe what I had to do. Everyone seemed very pleased so I hope I get to see it. Should be able to find it on the internet at some time.