The Girls Club teamed up with Ordsall Community Arts to create an event to celebrate International Womens Day 2016. The walkabout performance of drama and song took place in the concert hall, boxing ring and the main entrance hall. The evening was shared with parents and friends and ended with food made by the girls club group.
Ordsall Community Arts Annual Lantern parade passed by the club last night. Lantern bearers Sue and Marie pose with a watering can from the themed event which this year celebrated the new Ordsall Community Allotment on Tatton Street. Lantern workshops were held at the club with Kidzwidreamz and the Girls Club, and club members Rory and Ellis volunteered as part of the event.
A group from the girls club visited the Lowry recently to see “A Taste of Honey” by Shelagh Delaney. Salford born Shelagh Delaney wrote the play when she was only 19!
Kidzwidreamz, The Girls Club, and The Lads Club have been collaborating on a new project over the last 6 months. The project led by Ordsall Community Arts created opportunities for older teenagers from the Lads club to work as sports coaches with younger children. Artists worked with Kidzwidreamz creating a series of sporty collaged figures. The project culminated with a special event in the club last week for parents and young people.