Ooh la la when I’m excited. The training groups start again 15 and 17 August. BUT! If you fancy a taster, join our workshops on 31 July.
1 till 2 we say hello and have a brew!
2 till 4 let’s get busy and have some fun in our first workshop
3 till 4 let’s get busy again in our second workshop
If you’re smiling and you’ve enjoyed it, you’ll realise acting can be a lot of fun! And with the MSC
email@example.com for more information. #3MT is where the workshops will be.
Square Circle Theatre CIC is our social responsibility company and our current projects are: supporting those with invisible disabilities. You can clearly see our chairs problems are visible.
It’s been the buz of the theatre: ‘love your orange cinema seats’ but we don’t hear it so often these days.
We want to keep those seats in our customers and new customers minds when they come and when they leave 3MT!
It’s a wonderful feeling knowing we have so many fantastic customers and hosts who support and care about 3MT and what we do. We don’t want to change that. But we do want to keep those seats comfy and looking good for you and your bottom.
As you know we are unfunded and recycled. Cinema seats are hard to come by.
We’ve started a crowdfunder and the most recent pledge was astounding. £100. We thank everyone personally and our rewards are really good.
Please consider giving TLC to the chairs famed by YOU!
THANK YOU! Seats as they were: 3MT Needs YOu!
Some of the seats do not look like this anymore. Let’s get them back to loving your bottom for your pledge.
This month is rockin’ and rollin’.
B2B business networking on 1st June is our first with cocktails and cake waiting for you. A FREE event for local businesses.
We love what’s happening in the Northern Quarter and Ancoats and can’t wait to connect with them.
We’re looking forward to the Mary Quayle Club visiting again on the 4th June. Michael and Bernadette are great partners and friends.
8th June a special with John Topliff and Dr Sarah Lowe who is our MSC associate. It’s part of the History Festival. ‘Facts or Fantasy’ Elizabethan Theatre. Not to be missed and it’s FREE. 12 June we’ve Will and Anne as part of the History Festival. We’re out of booklets already!
There’s much more but we’ll leave it to you to decide which event to come along to.
We look forward to meeting you! Best Gina and John 3MT, MSC and SCT
firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to know more.
I’ve just been researching connections with PTSD and Asperger. Reading your blog is like reading about myself. Thank you for telling your story. It’s helped me understand, in particular, my hypersensitivity and reactions to fearful things.
Ginagee is my nickname. You’ll see many of my posts on 3MT_Manchester wordpress. Best and look after yourself.
Last I checked,
I wasn’t born with apologies – though some would demand
that I wear them for the apocalypses in my DNA.
(From my poem, “Dear Earthling”)
After a bit of a hiatus, I am coming back to you with a post about something that has profoundly affected me for a long time, although I didn’t realize it until earlier this year. To put it another way, I live at the intersection of AS and PTSD.
Now, what do I mean when I say this? For those of you who have been following my blog, you know that I’ve spoken of my childhood and teenage years, which included physical, emotional, mental, and sexual abuse, as well as neglect – most of which happened between ages twelve and eighteen.
View original post 2,164 more words
It SAVED my life! That’s what it means to me.
It keeps you trim…and you sweat as much as those in the gym.
You become a ‘social anthropologist’ through observation of the different tribes you experience each time you win a contract.
How did it save my life you ask? As a child, I was surrounded by violence and a dysfunctional family. But I grew up in a community where going to and being part of a church environment allowed you to escape the beatings and the fearful environment.
Singing, humming and listening to music was a collection of activities that made me feel safe and inspired. The church community activities engaged with musicals, costume and prop making and fairs to raise funds. Xmas was beautiful in the church hall. I would help on the stalls, as young as I was.
I surrounded myself with these activities. And as it happened, it was noted I had a clear singing voice. Perfect pitch they used to say; I had no idea what they were talking about but I do now. I was encouraged to take part in the shows and the church choir. The feeling of excitement and happiness overshadowed the darkness of beatings and violence at home.
Singing means emotion: you experience it with every controlled word attached to the musical rhythm and musical note value.
Singing means stronger muscles: the breath control you have to experience turns your lungs into strong muscles and that demands more breath increasing your heart rate which burns more calories.
Singing improves your diction: standard spoken English can be incredibly improved by learning to sing. Singing a phrase to musical notation automatically tells you to control each sound you experience.
Just 3, the magic number, things to consider if you are considering learning to sing. Others are: your mental health improves by the secretion of serotonin as your emotions activate the happiness and excitement singing stimulates. A benefit to improve your wellbeing on the whole.
Singing has been part of my life on a pleasurable and professional level. It is a respected activity in the world of music and singing unlike the commercial contests that are interested in the business of making money out of you.
You can earn a living professionally if you are passionate about learning and practicing the art. With Karaoke now an add to allow you to enjoy your new art and singing lessons available at 3MT with Manchester Shakespeare Company and its experienced and qualified musicians, you could find yourself with.
At The Three Minute Theatre, Afflecks, Oldham Street, M1 1JG singing lessons can and will achieve this for you. There are many who believe they have enough experience and knowledge to teach you but with any activity there are risks. As a practiced professional singer since the age of 7 with a wealth of knowledge of the practice and music, you will safely learn how to thoroughly enjoy the full experience of singing for physical and mental wellbeing.
We’ve been working with the best in the industry and our staff are lovely. Jake Latchford our Bar Manager is a successful DJ and businessman. And he’s a great member of the Affleck’s team.
singing Sing your way out of trouble! Come along to our acting and or singing lessons and let your feeling of wellbeing take you on a new and inspiring journey. It is an adventure you may never have considered. Give it a go! Contact: email@example.com for more information.
All the best from all at 3MT and MSC!