Promoter Meetings 2015!

Throughout March we’ve had our Promoter Meetings in Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Derbyshire and Worcestershire, and what fun they all were! Each meeting started with a presentation by John Laidlaw, Executive Director of Live & Local, who gave an overview  of what’s been happening at Live & Local. This year we were able to report back that […]

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A warm welcome to JULIA, Live & Local’s new Worcestershire and Warwickshire Fieldworker……

Hello! I’d like to introduce myself, I’m Julia the new Worcestershire and Warwickshire Fieldworker for Live & Local. Based at HQ in Warwick I’m going to be out and about supporting current and recruiting new Promoters. I’m part time, three days a week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Previously I worked for Birmingham Museums Trust; […]

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Challenges and Changes…

It’s been all change recently at Live & Local HQ with new jobs and new faces in the office! Over the past few years we have been very successful at developing new areas of work such as the EU funded Arts On Our Doorstep (in partnership with Warwickshire County Arts Service) and Big Picture Show […]

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Meet The Urban Folk Quartet: the band taking the international folk scene (and local villages) by storm!

“Up there with the best of them – amazing musicians.” – BBC Radio 2 Folk Show “An impressive set, with arrangements that allow for fine fiddle work and bursts of furious percussion….”  Robin Denselow The Guardian Folk has always been a popular genre of music, with the spectrum ranging from the greats like Bob Dylan […]

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This week Two Gents Productions are performing their unique version of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew.

We asked the company’s director/producer, Arne Pohlmeier, and actress Dilek Rose a few questions about what makes their show unique, the challenges they faced and what lies ahead for Two Gent Productions? “If I be waspish, best beware my sting” Katherine Act 2, Scene1 The Taming of the Shrew  What makes your The Taming of […]

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