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The image is taken inside with a dark background and looks like it is on a stage. It looks like the stage is lit with red lights. The image captures a group of six performers, three at the front, three at the back, all with outstretched arms and looking like they are singing. They are all looking towards the left, out of shot where the audience must be. The performers are wearing different brightly coloured clothing and leather jackets, dresses or tops. The central performer is using a wheelchair and is wearing black leather trousers, a black jacket and a green top.

Calling d/Deaf, disabled and neurodivergent artists!

Appetite is working with FRONTLINEdance to support the programming of more d/Deaf, disabled and neurodivergent artists, and is excited to advertise the following opportunities:   The Big Feast 2024 In January, Appetite’s Supper Club will meet to start work on…
A tree is shown at night-time. Around it on the ground, ropes of brightly coloured neon light are hung in swags, casting the tree in colour. Neon pink text spells out ‘Bright Ideas?’

Bright Ideas? Calling the Women of Kidsgrove!

The Litten Tree: Installation by Daniella Beattie   🌟 Bright ideas? 🌟 We’re looking for women of all ages in the wider Kidsgrove area who want to be involved in a project illuminating the space around the canal in Kidsgrove…
Introducing the Punjab to the Potteries callout for South Asian writers by Appetite and New Vic Theatre is a black-and-white photograph of Baldev Bansal, dated 1964. He is a young man, perhaps in his early twenties, of South Asian descent. Baldev stands in the ginnel or alleyway running between the backs of rows of terraced houses. He is looking directly towards the camera and is dressed very smartly with a shirt and tie and striped pullover. In his right arm he cradles a small, sleeping baby in a bonnet. A short distance behind them, a young, white-skinned boy of around 7 years of age and dressed in what looks to be a football strip, looks on.

Punjab to the Potteries: Call Out for South Asian Writers

Baldev Bansal holding a baby in Stoke-on-Trent, 1964.   Appetite and New Vic Theatre are looking for South Asian writers or writers with a significant relationship to Punjab to undertake research and develop up to 30-minute short new plays that…

Artists! Be part of our Green Town 2022 programme!

We’re looking for artists to work with us on Green Town, our latest project at Newcastle Common. Interested in; gardens and outdoor spaces, rethinking the use of our town centres or the climate crisis? Then we want to hear from…

Journeys Kidsgrove: VOTE NOW

Appetite, Canal & River Trust, and We Are Culla are working together to create a new artwork for and with Kidsgrove; supported by Go Kidsgrove. You’ve sent us your ideas of what Kidsgrove means to you and two stunning mural…

Grain: Get Involved in Our People, Our Places Photography Project

OUR PEOPLE, OUR PLACES And we need you…  We are looking for local people to get involved in a photography project about life in Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme, telling the stories of people and places. Our People, Our Places is a…

Journeys Kidsgrove: Feedback On A Postcard

In a new project between Appetite, Canal and River Trust, Go Kidsgrove, and We Are Culla, a mural artwork is going to be created for Kidsgrove around the theme of journeys in collaboration with the local community. Throughout September we…

Do you like to dance or move? Take part in HANDBAG!

  Performers needed for HANDBAG Remember those nights of dancing around your handbags with your friends? Come and be part of HANDBAG; a day on the dance floor happening in Bethesda Gardens! The Opportunity Geraldine Pilgrim Performance Company is looking…
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