Month: March 2014

Celebrity Golf Day 2014


The Creative Youth is delighted to be able to announce its third CELEBRITY GOLF DAY in order to raise much needed funds to continue its work by encouraging as many young people as possible to experience and enjoy the arts in all its forms and from all angles not just as performers but also as writers, composers, directors, technicians and administrators.

Participants of the golf day will be able to enjoy a day of golfing with celebrities such as actor, Andrew Castle, John Inverdale, Konrad Bartelski, Philip Glenister, Tom Chambers, Kevin Whately & many more! (Named celebrities subject to their availability)

 Last year’s event was a huge success . It was a massively enjoyable  day played on a beautiful golf course which raised considerable funds for a very worthy cause which, in turn,  will help secure the future of the Arts in this country.   

We are thrilled to have the beautiful RICHMOND GOLF CLUB at Sudbrook Park, Petersham as the venue on Friday May 9th.

Price to include green fees, breakfast and lunch with wine: £450 per team of 3 + Celebrity, £150 per individual to play with Celebrity, £450 own team of 4.

For details or to secure your place please contact phil@creativeyouthcharity.orgTel: 0208 549 2120 or download the Poster and the Entry form below 

Golf Poster 2014


If you are unable to be there on the day, you can still help to make it a success – provide an auction or raffle item, or simply make a donation. Please see entry form for details or visit

Ignition Dance Festival Call-Out

Ignition is a brand new dance festival in Kingston, delivered by the Royal borough of Kingston and supported by Arts Council England. Ignition is seeking six dance companies or choreographers to create a brand new work for a dance platform at The Rose Theatre as part of the International Youth Arts Festival.

The six selected choreographers / dance companies will receive 2 x research & development weekends with Ballet Boyz & Roehampton Dance, dance studio space at Kingston University, a budget of £500 and a platform to perform at the Rose Theatre during IYAF.

Full details of the call-out are available here.

All responses should go directly to Rosie Whitney-Fish, Ignition Producer:

Proud to be part of the Kingston’s Ignition Festival, supported by Arts Council England 




Call out for expressions of interest for Kingston Connections 2014

Kingston Connections, now in its second year, is a project dedicated to exploring storytelling in every way. Whether it’s through theatre, performance, poetry, writing, seminars, lectures or song, storytelling has been the foundation of communities for thousands of years and we thought it was about time we celebrated it!

We are delighted to announce that we are now taking expressions of interest for Kingston Connections 2014.

We are looking to support projects and ideas that celebrate storytelling in our community.

More information can be found on the downloadable brief and expression of interest form below:

Kingston Connections 2014 – Brief

Kingston Connections 2014 – Expressions of Interest

Please return all expressions of interest by FRIDAY 14TH MARCH, 5PM to

Organised by Creative Youth, Kingston University, Rose Theatre Kingston, Community Brain and the Borough, Kingston Connections provides an opportunity for all the community to come together throughout the year to share and explore the power of storytelling right on our doorstep

So join us and start a storytelling revolution! If you think you don’t have a story, think again.