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DIGITAL TRANSFORMATIONS – Judi Alston

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It seems a long time ago since my first ever film commission, which was for the NUM filming the Miners Gala in Durham. It was in the days of large cameras with dock-able lenses and huge battery belts like something The Terminator would wear. In 1989, I thought I’d do my own film making until…
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New Opportunities for music-making in Wakefield

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Jazz Workshops and Community Choir starting on September  12th and 11th at      Wakefield Jazz (Sports Club)  and   Agbrigg Community Centre.
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Wakefield Jazz ~ Festival Programme 2017

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Wakefield Jazz is proud to be celebrating their 30th Anniversary during May 2017 (and on 2nd June). They are branding the 5 weekly gigs as a Jazz Festival including a Northern Line band, an International artist, a currently in vogue band, a favourite for entertainment and a reprise of the band, and music, commissioned for their 25th…
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Future Creativity – Rutland Mills

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Remember 6th April 2017 - that was the day the Rutland Mill project truly went public. The takeover of the complex of mills on The Calder has been discussed for many years. Indeed, during this very meeting it was commented that a sign advertising 'a dazzling water-side development' had been there in excess of 8…
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Save The Date – June 10th

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Wakefield Arts Partnership invites you to put June 10th in your diary for a special event. After an exciting year of development for WAP in 2016 and in response to the city's funding success of £223,000 through the Arts Council's Cultural Destinations programme, we will hold a day and evening of events at St Austin's Theatre bringing…
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