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Free film workshop for young people in Mid Wales

Young people interested in all aspects of filmmaking are being sought for a series of workshops in Mid Wales during February and March.

One of the previous workshops
One of the previous workshops

Shakespeare Link, a charity which operates the Willow Globe, a scaled down, living version of the Globe in London, is working with Powys County Council’s Winter of Wellbeing to offer free filmmaking workshops.

The workshops, which will be held every Saturday, from February 26 to March 19, from 11am-4pm, are free of charge and open to young people aged 12-18.

With only eight spaces available, interested young people are urged to contact Shakespeare Link on soon to book their place or to seek more information.

Those taking part in the workshops, which will be led by local filmmakers Erin Draper and Jim Elliott, will learn about cameras, filming and editing techniques. They will also devise, film and edit their own creations which will premiere at Shakespeare Link’s annual Birthday Bash in April.

Shakespeare Link was founded in 1992 by artistic directors Susanna Best and Philip Bowen. The company has toured worldwide.

Now based at the Willow Globe, Llanwrthwl, near Llandrindod Wells, Shakespeare Link offers a quality resource for the local community and beyond.

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