Join Squircle Arts for a day of activities celebrating the Mexican Day of the Dead at Torquay Museum as part of the English Riviera Film Festival.
Activities include mask making, puppets, paper flowers, fancy dress competition and a film. Suitable for the whole family.
Arts workshop: 10.00-12.00
Fancy Dress Competition: 13.00
All activities included in price of entry to the Museum.
Wednesday November 7th
Squircle Arts, Emberlense Productions & Torquay Museum are proud to invite you to the World Premiere of a new Spanish Flu Documentary which was made by young film makers (aged 11 to 16 years old) on the first Documentary workshop for young people at Torquay Museum.
We are immensely proud of the film the young production team has produced about the Spanish Flu in 1918 and how it spread across the world, visiting the past, present and future. Part of the production course was to learn about film-making techniques, production planning and interviewing in the film they have produced.
The film was made in conjunction with Squircle Arts, Emberlense Productions, Torquay Museum and with support from the Wellcome Trust.
Tickets for the Premiere are free, with doors opening at 4.30pm for a 5pm Premiere. To book your place please call Torquay Museum on 01803 293975.
Working with Los Angeles based Film Director Ra Dreyfus and DP Bayan Joonam students at South Devon College present a film thriller about a women running from a bruised past who finds herself in a terrifying present . The film is having it’s Worldwide Premiere as part of the English Riviera Film Festival.
EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE IN 2019 AT A GREAT LOCATION
Come along to Big Poetry for an evening of wordplay and whimsy in the company of Samantha Boarer and Robert Garnham. On show tonight will be some of the finest locally sourced spoken word artists in the south west. And, tying in with the Torbay Film Festival, tonight’s special headliner will be Jamie Harry Scrutton.
Jamie is a poet and an animator whose work is whimsical, wise, often funny, occasionally poignant, and always life-affirming. His performance style is unlike any other poet, as he adopts the characteristics of his poem narrators and creates new worlds live on stage, backed up by projections of his work. This is an evening not to be missed!
The show starts at 8pm at the Blue Walnut, doors open 7.30pm, entry price £6. For seat reservations, contact email@example.com
Sponsored by Accounting 4 Everything and Raising money for Paignton Charity Children & Families in Grief
This great locally produced feature film Daddy’s Letter is getting charity screening at the English Riviera’s hidden gem. The captivating film musical and moving story inspired by an event in the much loved stage and television actress Liz Smith.
The stage musical, screenplay and original score was written and produced by Les Veale of LVM Productions, filmed on location here on The English Riviera and features Television actress Di Davies alongside a cast of experienced and talented local actors.
The venue is The Lucky 7 Club. An atmospheric ‘Speakeasy’ Club tucked away in Paignton with a unique interior. Guests will experience a nostalgic trip to ‘The Pictures’ complete with usherette, interval choc ices and one or two extra surprises.
FILM EVENT WHICH IS TAKEN PLACE ON MARCH 1ST 2019