We will be meeting in October for a workshop to get our creativity flowing again after our last production of BytheWay - Sounds in a Common Wood and also to discuss ideas for our next production. The venue and more details will be announced soon but meanwhile make a note of the date.
We are planning to show the video of the production made by Wimborne Movie Makers at their mini cinema next to the Allendale Centre. More details to follow but we hope everyone involved will come along to see themselves in action.
Some members of the cast of BytheWay - Sounds in a Common Wood were disappointed not to enjoy the soundscape in the same way as the audience. Adrian Newton, our sound designer, has kindly offered to lead us on a walk through the wood at BytheWay with headphones.
If you want to join in, meet at BytheWay car park at 7 pm.
Do you think you know Wimborne?
"Ten mergers in an open space"
Join us for a fun Treasure Trail. Solve the clues around the streets of Wimborne and find us at the final mystery destination.
Pick up the Trail between 6.00 – 7.30 pm on Friday 13 July
at Allenview West Car Park, Allenview Road
Wimborne BH21 1PL
(behind Allenbourn School)
Wonderful comments from the audience of our 6 performances of BytheWay - Sounds in a Common Wood last weekend.
"It was magical! I really felt like I was in a film. The sound track was amazing and it highlighted the beauty of the wood. It was a completely immersive experience." Photos and much more will soon be added to the site.
Sylvain Cousin, of leading European circus company, Bistaki, led an inspiring four-day residency with WCT members, teaching new physical theatre skills, using bags of corn, shovels and buckets, in preparation for collaboration with the company as part of Inside Out Dorset.
Sound Walk at BytheWay
July 23, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
BytheWay Car Park
Adrian Newton, our sound designer, will lead us on a walk through the wood at BytheWay with headphones, followed by a cast picnic.
Meet at BytheWay car park at 7 pm to get your headphones and start the walk.