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raised of £300 target by 7 supporters

    Weʼve raised £155 to take our theatre show 'Tea Party Party' to the Manchester Fringe festival this July.

    Carlisle, Cumbria, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 21st June 2017

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    We are very excited to announce that our original show is going to The King's Arms Theatre, 2nd-5th July!

    ‘Tea Party Party’ is a piece of new writing by a new theatre company comprised of 7 professional actor-musicians and graduates based in the North-West. The Greater Manchester Fringe will be our first fringe show as a new company and hopefully the first of many to come.

    The subject matter of this show (coping with the aftermath of abuse) is close to our hearts and we will be working with local charities to use our show as a means of fundraising for them during one of our 5 runs.

    We need to raise £1200 in total. We already have a £500 grant from the Huddersfield Trust which we are super grateful for.
    Raising funds for the arts is hard and we're on a tight schedule. We have various fundraising campaigns currently running include a raffle (with some very exciting prizes indeed!) and fundraising events across Carlisle where we are based.

    Our story is set in a Tea Garden and full of original songs. It is a sensitive, artistic take on a tough stigma in a story-telling style; monologues intertwine with corresponding songs all performed by a cast of two.

    - Making tasteful theatre about tough issues and stigmas to enable communication in a sensitive manner which raises awareness.
    - To make artistic theatre which allows people the time and space to confront these stigmas and process it.
    - Our chosen topics are written into subtle plots to create theatre shows that are interesting for the audience.

    We are fundraising for accommodation costs and mostly getting all of our gear to Manchester and back in one piece! We have a 5 piece band not to mention our set and props! And if we have any left over we'll buy food!

    Any amount which you could donate to us would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for reading this far down and we'd love your support.


    The Tea Party Party Team.



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      • Epiphany Anderson

        Epiphany Anderson

        Jun 12, 2017

        Can not wait to see it if I am able. Good luck x


      • Alice Bell

        Alice Bell

        Jun 2, 2017

        Sorry it's not much, but I hope it helps! Best of luck xx


      • James Riddick

        James Riddick

        May 31, 2017


      • Anonymous


        May 29, 2017

        Good luck guys


      • Judy Hall

        Judy Hall

        May 26, 2017

        Hope this helps Andre, good luck, love Nanny Judyxx


      • Lynda Roberts

        Lynda Roberts

        May 15, 2017


      • Samantha McKay

        Samantha McKay

        May 15, 2017

        Hi GuysHere's a little to get you started. All the best.


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      Tea Party Party

      Tea Party Party

      Carlisle, Cumbria, United Kingdom

      A new theatre company based in the North West comprised of North-West based actors and musicians. Seeking to create theatre which raises awareness of tough issues and talks about stigmas in a sensitive and tasteful manner, allowing audiences the space to process.

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