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CELEBRATING SALFORD CREATIVITY
 

Star date: 11th July 2010

CELEBRATION EVENT
Monday 12th July 6pm
Salford Arts Theatre

Creative Industry in Salford (CRIS) and Salford Community Media Partnership (SCMP) are holding a celebration of local creative talent which will include screenings of the films feature in the Salford Media Scene magazine (click on advert for full PDF) and presentations to people involved in creative projects around Salford.

The event is free but anyone going must register in advance.

Full details here…


CRIS AND SCMP DO…

On Monday 12th July, from 6pm at Salford Arts Theatre, CRIS and SCMP will be holding a joint do to celebrate all sorts of stuff…

CRIS will be screening films from its Raising Aspirations, Targeted Support and NLDC projects, including The Slayer of Salford and Two Hats, while SCMP will be launching its new website and the magazine Salford Media Scene.
 
The event is free and includes a buffet and drinks but entrance is only by RSVP to CRIS at
info@unleashingcreativity.org or by phoning 0161 839 983

Salford Arts Theatre, Kemsing Walk, off Liverpool Street, Salford M5 4BS.

Print copies of Salford Media Scene will be available on the night, and are also available at the Langworthy Cornerstone on the corner of Liverpool Street and Langworthy Road. A digital copy is available free by clicking the advert on the Salford Star home page.

 

 

 

Suzi hoffmann wrote
at 04:34:59 on 15 July 2010
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNREeLLdUa4 see the SLAYER OF SALFORD “The flight from Transalvania was a nightmare and the movie was some badly made horror trash. When I got into town I needed a good drink and found this dive in Seedley. The people seem friendly enough - but the councillors are ugly. (joke) Dangerous dog owners roamed the streets eating chips and mushy peas. SO THIS IS SALFORD, I thought. I knew what I needed to do and I knew that tonight people would die............. and one of them would probably be me.”
 
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