Media And Film

Today we can run riot because Bonny is not hear. Ems who plays Bonnie Death, the superintendent, has broken her collar bone in a fall. Victoria is not hear so we can’t talk about the storyline. Nobody can understand it anyway. We are still putting...

Today is the 25th anniversary of the release of Nelson Mandela from his twenty seven years of imprisonment. We at Freewheelers are under way with rehearsals for our production “AMANDLA!” scheduled for performance this December. The Freewheelers’ Tuesday Dance Group, the Media Group, and guest...

We are on the MANDELA trail this year, joining with the Tuesday dance group to produce a two act play about Nelson Mandela. We will perform it in early December at Leatherhead Theatre. Apart from live drama on stage, the play will also have dance...

I’m really enjoying the idea of the Mandela project and I feel that I will get a lot out of it – new skills and develop old skills that I had before. Learning about other people who are less well off than myself will be...

Hello, and I hope I am finding you all well. A lot has happened since I have last spoken to you. We have been working and are continuing to work on Mandela, in preperation for our Annual Epsom Dance and Film Night at Epsom College. This...

A little something from Luke Tye: Live today without thinking of tomorrow for Tomorrow is a New day Seize the moment Not The Past and look to the future without fear and trepidation ...

Well Hello Ladies and Gentelman Well With The The first week of Wimboldon over the First lot of Strawburries and Cream finished and My Hero Andy Murry Safeley through to the next round I thoaght It was time to bring you my Blog Well we have had...

Hello, and I hope I am finding you all well. A lot has happened since I have last spoken to you. We have been working and are continuing to work on Mandela, in preperation for our Annual Epsom Dance and Film Night at Epsom College. This...

We are learning about the First World War, in 1914. I am finding the project very exciting and very interesting. It makes me think of how the soldiers must have felt at the time. I really think they did a brilliant job and I would...

In 2009 we started improvising a care home run by disabled people, called “SHADY OAKS’. I fell into my character quite quickly and we have now finished it and I feel quite sad about it. My character’s name was Sylvia Doubell-Cross and I was quite...