Round Midnight News

Busy, Busy Bees

A momentary lapse in our updates and tweets over the last week or so – but do not fear! All is well and busy here.

Positive Moves, our women’s project on confidence building and re-entering employment has launched. The taster session last Thursday at St Paul’s Community Trust and Children’s Centre was fantastic. We met some brilliant, motivated and interesting women who all returned to the trust yesterday for their first Positive Moves session. The next session will run at Anderton Hall on Wednesday 25th April.

The Leading Lights UFA film project for our Young Leaders ended on a high last week. With lots of green screening, catty antics and news reporting related arguments – our three Raw Talent members were absolutely brilliant. Watch this space for snippets of the final cut!

On Saturday 21st April, Raw Talent 11-16 presented “Acceptable in the 80s” to all their friends and family at Clifton Road Youth Centre. This term, we held an event before the show, giving our members’ parents an opportunity to mingle with each other and us. The whole evening was amazing, with a fantastic reception to the pre-show event and the show itself.

Well done Raw Talent team!
New terms of both 7-11 and 11-16 Raw Talent are starting now! Call or email for more information!  

Raw Talent Teenies is expanding – with a new term starting TOMORROW at Meridan Methodist Hall. Call or email us for more info.

The Round Midnight Team will be performing Battered – our TIE piece about underage drinking. Don’t forget to check out the previous post with more info about where and how you can attend the performance.

Finally, last night, Sami and Phil attended the launch of “Your Community Gives” at the Radisson Blue hotel in Birmingham Centre. This is a brand new charity enabling members of the community to donate money and required items to help out local organisations.