Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company’s eight-week intensive programme called ‘Employment Plays’ was capped by a rocking performance in South Wootton on Friday night.
The programme was designed to help develop self-confidence and self-esteem for people out of work. Funded by the European Social Fund, the Skills Agency and TCHC, 20 people undertook the programme. This culminated in two performances last week, at Park House, Sandringham, and at the Lynn Crossroads Hub, base of Independence Matters in Lynn.
Les Miles, artistic founder and director of the group said: “The whole project was hugely successful. It gave a lot of members who don’t normally get the chance to show what they were made of. It boosted their confidence and social awareness through acting.”
The Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company ready to perform an outdoor show, at the Crossroads Community Hub, in South Wootton. MLNF15PM07075