Saturday 10 June 2017, 7:30pm
Join us at the Albany Theatre at 7pm to celebrate the successes and milestones of the Belgrade Theatre's Arts Gymnasium, by viewing a documentary exhibition, curated and produced by students of Coventry University as part of the evalution process.
Wealth is Health is a 40-minute variety production performed by Collective Encounters’ Third Age Acting Company.
Wealth is Health was drawn from desk research into wealth and health inequalities in Britain in the 21st Century; conversations between Collective Encounters’ facilitators and older people both living in the community and in care homes and creative exercises undertaken by the Third Age Acting Company.
Wealth is Health was written by Sarah Thornton and rehearsed and directed by Amanda Redvers-Rowe over a four-month period. The production used comedy, songs, music, tableaux’s and naturalistic sketches to engage the audience in the debate around health and wealth inequalities.
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Age guidance: This show is considered suitable for all ages
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