June 20, 2017

Ruby is 14 and is a member of the dance company which is creating the new dance Remember to commemorate the First World War. 

We arrived at dance studio 7 (the place) at 10:50 to start warm up at 11. We started by loosening our bodies by shaking and reaching as well as...

June 18, 2017

Dear Friends & Colleagues,

Even if you’re not a potential participant, please would you spread the word through any networks you have? 

Here’s a link to all the information below:

http://www.royalexchangecasting.co.uk/deaf--disabled-actors-excha.html

thank you,

Jerry & Ami...

May 26, 2017

Shaun Johnson, The Soldiers's Arts Academy c.i.c Veteran and Associate board member will be joining 

Richard Hatch and Verity Geere on British Forces Radio this morning at 09:30hrs for a morning of fun filled discussion, updates, and the latest News weather and tra...

May 20, 2017

Maurillia Simpson better known as Simi has officially been nominated onto the Associate Board.

We would like to extend a most warm welcome to Maurillia and we are looking forward to working closely with her, and no doubt her positive happy nature and ideas will bring so...

May 14, 2017

On Saturday afternoon we welcomed Lily Howkins who officially took up the position of Choreographer for 'Soldier On' a play by Jonathan Lewis. Max kindly volunteered to demonstrate the art of military drill and marching for Lily both Light Division drill and the slower...

As the ongoing development of 'Soldier On' continues we thought you'd like to get a peak behind the scenes a big thank you to all who participated in the long day of filming and thank you to the Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation (STOLL) and the Dance Attic Studios for lettin...

A screening of a short film which features an actor who has used theatre as a route to recovery followed by a panel discussion. 

March 25, 2017

Soldier On is an epic piece of theatre with music, for eighteen actors. It’s about surviving the Forces, PTSD, and what happens when you leave the military ‘family’. It centres on the wider military ‘community’ of Aldershot rehearsing and putting on a play – in effect...