Its been mighty wet and windy lately, and we hope you are all keeping safe and dry. Despite the weather, Firefly have lots of exciting projects and partnerships going on across West Lothian this month…
Firefly’s fearsome team are currently leading music projects with Knightsridge and Bridgend primary students. We’re delighted to be working with vocal specialist Morgan Gilday, and welcome to Zimbabwean artist, Tawona Sithole, who is making his West Lothian debut on these projects!
We’ve more musical happenings through our Small Anthems programme (working this term working with young carers). Meanwhile there are theatrical shenanigans with Beatlie’s Campus’ senior students, and some highly dramatic goings-on with young adults from West Lothian’s New Directions group.
Congratulations to our new young production company members. Not only are Kirsty and Eleanor planning to work you hard, but it promises also to be a very physical production. Firefly Boot Camp time?
Miriam’s Tech Team training sessions restart next month. Meanwhile Firefly’s regular drama and film workshops roll on at Livingston’s Howden Park Centre, Low Port Centre in Linlithgow and Bathgate’s St Mary’s Church Hall. Still room in some workshops, so give us a call or email if you’ve not yet signed up.
Finally, check out this fabulous article by Firefly regular, Nina Gailani, recently published by Children In Scotland. Thanks Nina. We’re delighted to have played such a positive role in your life. Lets hope we can continue doing what we do for a good while yet!