Arts opportunities For Young People Youth Events Unlimited Open Morning, London 11 September 2016, 11am - 2pm Price: Free Hear artists and industry experts discuss how to forge a career in the arts. This morning for emerging artists and performance makers focuses on professional development opportunities for disabled and deaf performers. There are opportunities to ask questions, talk to a range of companies and hear from established artists about their experiences. BSL Interpretation This session is British Sign Language-interpreted. Find out more about access at Southbank Centre here. Specific seating requirements can be arranged through our free Access Scheme. To join the scheme or find out more, email firstname.lastname@example.org call the Ticket Office on 020 7960 4200. London Job Show- 30 September, 1 October 2016 The London Job Show showcases some of the very best employment and training opportunities from the region’s most respected International, National, Regional and Local Employers.The London Job Show provides direct access to a huge range of vacancies across numerous industry and business types from entry level vacancies to senior exec level! Brighton Dome presents Balletboyz: Life – BSL interpreted performance BalletBoyz are back with their brand new show for 2016, Life. 13 October 2016 Performed by the award-winning all-male company of ten spectacular dancers, Life takes an elegant, powerful and provocative look at life and death, presented in BalletBoyz’inimitable style. Featuring two new commissions by the internationally acclaimed choreographers Pontus Lidberg and Javier de Frutos, come and find out why BalletBoyz have created generations of dance fans through their inventive, vivid and memorable shows. *BSL users will need to let us know at point of booking as we have specific reserved seats that give clear view to the interpreter. More about BSL interpreted performances here. Creative Future – Social Media for Beginners, Brighton Dates: Friday 30 September and Friday 14 October (separate one-off sessions) Are you new to social media? Do you want to understand the ins and outs of promoting your work on Facebook and Twitter, but are not sure where to start? This 2-hour workshop will provide you with an introduction to social media and an overview of the available platforms. Suitable for complete beginners, the workshop will explain how to set up accounts, participate in online communities and promote your work, particularly using Facebook and Twitter. Please note: You MUST have a general understanding of computers to attend this workshop (if you are unsure if you are suitable for the course please contact the tutor via Creative Future).Please note that in order to fully participate with this course you you must have an email account set up and know how to access this account. Box of Tricks present PLASTIC FIGURINES at New Diorama Theatre, London 22 October 2016 15:30 Price: £13.50 Inspired by events in the playwright’s own life, Plastic Figurines is a funny and moving new play that explores autism and the relationship between siblings with very different views of the world. Contact 0207 3839030 or email email@example.com for further information Access: This is a relaxed performance. All performances at New Diorama are accessible for wheelchair users.