As part of our Heritage project BRUSSELS AT DAWN we are going to produce a community researched commemorative booklet about Edith Cavell.
This will be available in hard copy from October 8 2015 and on our website in PDF format from 19 October 2015.
To reserve a copy contact us via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or via this website.
The National Theatre Connections has been running for 20 years to introduce young theatre makers to the professional arena.
Unity Arts is one of the companies that has been selected to take part in this scheme in 2016.
Our young people are very excited and we are waiting with bated breath to see what theatre we will be allocated.
Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Unity Arts will be mounting an exhibition to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of Edith Cavell.
This installation will be a reflection of the discoveries made about this extraordinary woman by our community researchers, artists, curators and Heritage Team.
Live events will include a lunchtime monologue, a lunchtime talk, the puppet show Jack’s Story, Video Oral Histories and heritage presentations.
We will also be offering all visitors a free commemorative booklet.
Details about these events and the memorial service on 12 October to follow.