Introducing Made With Many

1st June 2020 Introducing Made With Many Last year we received the brilliant news that Arts Council England had awarded additional investment for us to expand our programme to include Wellingborough, alongside continuing our work in Corby. Whilst we were hugely excited at the new opportunities this would bring; new partnerships, new activity and loads … Continue reading Introducing Made With Many

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Opportunities for Wellingborough Community Groups & Organisations

Opportunities for Community Groups and Organisations in the Wellingborough Creative People & Places programme In preparation for the launch of our new programme of cultural activities in Wellingborough, and to make sure that we engage with as many local people as possible, we need local groups and organisations to get involved. There’s lots of ways … Continue reading Opportunities for Wellingborough Community Groups & Organisations

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Get Involved in a new programme of cultural activities for Wellingborough

7th November 2019 Get Involved in a new programme of cultural activities for Wellingborough Earlier this year, Groundwork Northamptonshire worked with a number of local organisations to successfully gain investment of just under £900k for a 4-year programme of new cultural activities for residents of the Borough of Wellingborough. As part of Arts Council England’s … Continue reading Get Involved in a new programme of cultural activities for Wellingborough

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Corby International Orchestra Impact Study

Made With Many (formerly Made In Corby in 2015), in partnership with The Core at Corby Cube, commissioned internationally renowned British-Asian musician and composer Arun Ghosh to form a new ensemble drawing upon the varied musical communities in Corby. They performed over an hour of new music as the finale to Corby’s International Day celebrations on Saturday … Continue reading Corby International Orchestra Impact Study

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No Way Back – Impact Study

No Way Back was a physical theatre show, co-created by Frantic Assembly directors Scott Graham and Neil Bettles (who both grew up in Corby) and a cast of ten local people and six professional performers. The performers were recruited through a series of open and targeted taster sessions in a range of venues across the … Continue reading No Way Back – Impact Study

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