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Arts & Culture Feature Alongside Invictus UK Trials

Arts & Culture Feature Alongside Invictus UK Trials

The Invictus Games Trials take over Sheffield’s sporting venues in July and a programme of not to be missed, art and cultural activities have been announced to run alongside the sports competition.

Critically acclaimed West End play, Soldier On, by Jonathan Lewis, will form the centrepiece of an inspiring programme of creativity that also includes a series of workshops, exhibitions, talks and performances, such as Michael Morpurgo in conversation with Ade Adepitan, Dance workshop; Movement to Contact and Theatre workshops .

Produced and delivered by The Soldiers’ Arts Academy, this new initiative will demonstrate how those leaving the Armed Forces can look for new work outside the military family and find inspiration and security in the arts and creative industries.

You can view the programme of events here.

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