Seven Stars Sponsored Walk

The Seven Stars will be doing a sponsored walk again this year on Thursday 20th May at 10.30am. You are welcome to join us in walking from Seaton Sluice to Blyth to raise money for the Seven Stars Learning Disabled Theatre Company.

You can sponsor the Seven Stars by coming along to the office, or sending this sponsor form to us. Contact us for more information.

Address: 21 Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2AS
Telephone: (01670) 351962

Lives Worth Living

Headway Arts would like to invite you to a performance of Lives Worth Living on the following dates:

Alnwick Gardens Pavilion
Wednesday 5th May 1.45pm

The Maltings, Berwick
Thursday 6th May 1.45pm

Dilston Hall, Corbridge
Wednesday 12th May 6.45pm

Isabella Community Centre, Blyth
Thursday 13th May 1.45pm

Please R.S.V.P.
Groups welcome – let us know numbers and or any other requirements or T: (01670) 351962

This powerful drama looks at the relationship between Mark (Kris Brown) who is learning disabled and facing life alone after his mother’s death and his older brother Joe (Steve Byron) who is out of work and unhappy taking on the role of full time carer. Adapted from an original script by Belgrade Theatre Company, Designed & Directed by Alison Walton-Robson, the play joins Mark and elder brother Joe by the sea on the last day of their holiday…

Funded by
The Learning Disabilities Development Fund

Come on Down 2009

Day Three.

Today we were joined by Tynedale Centre from Hexham, Collingwood School from Morpeth, Riverside Centre, Blyth and Seven Stars, Everyone spent the morning taking part in drawing activities lead by James Johnson Perkins, then in the afternoon we saw films from Tynedale and Seven Stars followed by a game of ‘blindfolded “Where is the reindeers nose?”. The three day festival was brought to a close with a fantastic performance by Ronnie from Tynedale as Elvis Presley. A great time was had by all.

Thanks to everyone who took part and supported Headway in this event, see you all next year.