1.1: Local Media Venues POWERPOINTPresentation Transcript
LOCAL MEDIA VENUES: Stratford Theatre Voice Of Africa Radio RichMix Brady Arts Centre Bangla TV And Many More... By Renee Bailey
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The Theatre Royal opened in 1884 and since then it has been through a lot of changes. In 1992, the Victorian-era auditorium was restored. The theatre seats up to 460 people on the three levels, Stalls, Dress Circles a Upper Circle.
The Theatre Royal is a theatre for both young and old individuals who have an interest in the media industry or just pure talent.
It is also a place that actually holds professional performances.
Birkbeck, University of London,
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Voice of Africa Radio station is a station which specialises in African entertainment and music on 94.3FM
It was first created in 2001 because of the bad view that had been portrayed of African people in England and Space Clottey (the founder) did this to prove they were wrong and to change their opinion.
They have a varied cast of presenters who have their own unique styles in presenting the show.
They are a station which celebrates the achievements of their people and broadcasts them!
24 Swete Street Plaistow London E13 OBS
Tel: 020 8471 9111
Mob: 07939 509 086
RichMix is a place which welcomes and invites fresh new talent. The range of creative activities in which they hold, live music, dance, theatre and many more shows the versatility of the venue.
Not only that but, they do screenings of films too! The cinema venue is smaller than usual cinema’s, but still shows a wide range of films!
Their Aim is to:
To celebrate London’s cultural diversity and establish a new landmark in world culture.
To showcase work from BAME and marginalised communities.
To encourage, nurture, grow and explore the cultural and creative talent of all people through a vibrant, dynamic celebration of entrepreneurship, utilising the creative industries an artistic expression as its foundations.
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Again, this too us a versatile venue which holds various events.
They do all different types of art courses & workshops including drama, dance, music technology, fashion, singing and film.
It has a theatre space which can be used and a space for small exhibitions.
They offer great opportunities for youths and encourage them to get involved with some of the creative events they have on offer.
Brady Arts Centre:
192-196 Hanbury Street London E1 5HU TEL: 020 7364 7900 FAX: 020 7364 7901 WEBSITE: www.towerhamletarts.org.uk
Victoria Park, Some performances take place in multi-purpose venues from small spaces such as community centres to huge sports arenas. Some performance events may even be staged out of doors. Other Venues O2 Arena, Wembley Arena Concert halls generally host music events such as rock/pop gigs and classical concerts. Some concert halls are subsidised but some operate in the commercial sector. Concert Hall Brady Arts Centre, Bow Arts Trust, Chisenhale Dance Space, An arts centre will host a larger variety of performance events than a theatre. It may buy in theatre, dance productions, gigs and concerts. Many hold events that involve public participation, e.g. drama workshops and Arts Centre A receiving theatre ‘buys in’ productions from production companies and/or touring theatre companies rather than producing its own shows. Most of the theatres in London’s West End are receiving theatres. Most receiving theatres operate in the commercial sector. Receiving Theatre Theatre Royal, Royal Shakespeare Company. This is a theatre that has a company of performers and a production team who produce a number of shows each year. Many producing theatres are subsidised . Producing Theatre Examples Description Type of Venue