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  • Wac Arts Alum Daniel Kaluuya wins BAFTA and thanks Wac Arts

    By Wac Arts on 19/02/2018
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    Daniel came to Senior Wac Arts with a passion for Drama and, in particular, improvisation. He decided not to attend drama school due to the cost, and instead secured his first acting job in BBC Drama Shoot the Messenger at just seventeen years old. We are very proud to be a small part of his success. You may have seen […]
  • Alumni – looking back to look forward

    By Wac Arts on 16/02/2018
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    A look back at our Alumni to inspire our young people moving forward!
  • Runner #5 – Wac Arts Tutor Indra Ové

    By Wac Arts on 16/02/2018
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    Indra is an English movie and stage actor who has worked in theatre with names like Trevor Nunn in Timon Of Athens, Poliakov in Blinded By The Sun (National Theatre), has played Hermia in Robert LePage’s wet and muddy Midsummer Night’s Dream (National Theatre), Henry Fonda’s part in the female version of 12 Angry Men on the fringe and Bianca […]
  • Wac Arts and Thornton’s Budgens Working Together to Raise Money for Young People

    By Wac Arts on 16/02/2018
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    This year on 25th March, a new, closed road half marathon is coming to London. The London Landmarks Half Marathon’s route takes participants around the must see sights of the capital, from Pall Mall, past Nelson’s Column and the Bank of England, down by the Shard and the London Eye and ending outside Downing Street. Set up by Tommy’s, a […]
  • Introducing Runner Number 4: Cormac Whitney-Low

    By Wac Arts on 09/02/2018
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    It’s time to meet our next London Landmark’s Half Marathon runner! This week, we’re introducing you to Cormac Whitney-Low, a supporter of Wac Arts. He often volunteers at our fundraising events, and we’re so glad he agreed to raise some money for us by running! How did you get involved with Wac Arts? My mum works at Wac Arts, and […]
  • Wac Arts Offering Free Workshops to North London Schools

    By Wac Arts on 06/02/2018
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    Wac Arts is delighted to offer free workshops in singing, dance and drama to local schools. This opportunity means that more young people in Camden and the local boroughs get to experience our unique syllabus, combining art forms from around the world – not just traditional musical theatre. We have been delivering this syllabus for nearly 40 years, and have […]
  • Runner #3 Genevieve Corben!

    By Wac Arts on 02/02/2018
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    Our wonderful superstar Development Officer, Genevieve Corben is one of our 10 runners aiming to complete the Landmarks Half Marathon in support of Wac Arts this March. We went to her desk and interviewed her about her training and other running related questions! Enjoy… What’s your favourite running tune? I’m currently listening to Musical Theatre playlists.. particularly the classics. What […]
  • Wac Arts Gets a Fun New Makeover

    By Wac Arts on 31/01/2018
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    Visitors to the building may have noticed there is fun and vibrant furniture around… These upgrades mean that we now have some great added extras around the building a few examples are…more seating in public areas of the building, including new, colourful chairs in the Atrium cafe (pictured below) The bright purple pipe seating is perfect for our University of […]
  • Dare to Dream reaches Fundraising Target

    By Wac Arts on 30/01/2018
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    Thank you to everyone who supported our annual fundraising event in 2017. If you would like to see the highlights of the performance, check out this video made by Marcus Hessenberg. If you would like to find out more about supporting Wac Arts.
  • Trustee Julieanne Gilbert runs for Wac Arts

    By Wac Arts on 26/01/2018
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    Last week we interviewed avid runner and Wac Arts supporter, AJ. This week we are finding out more from Wac Arts Trustee, Julieanne Gilbert. Julieanne is the Director of HR at City Lit and is enthused by getting the chance to help connect people and ideas. She loves to get under the skin of a business using her relationship skills […]
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