Secret Silver Screen Society

12th Apr 2022 to 14th Apr 2022

The Secret Silver Screen Society needs your help…

You’re the hero now.
Tell no one.
We will see you soon.

As part of the Secret Silver Screen Society you will be invited to go on a journey and explore the Library, Art Gallery, Carriageworks Theatre, and Leeds City Museum to help you on your quest. Along the way you will meet official members of the Secret Silver Screen Society, watch a film, follow some trails across the venues, and discover ideas to help you along the way!

Your will start your journey in the Millennium Room in the Carriageworks, here you will meet the first of your characters and receive your secret mission.

Your mission will be self guided across our various venues, and can be completed in your own time. Please complete you quest by 4pm on Tuesday and Wednesday, and 5pm on Thursday.

As part of this experience, you will get to watch a film and we would recommend you allow for at least an hour to complete your quest across the venues.

 

For the full information visit: http://www.leedsfilm.com/whats-on/secret-silver-screen-society/

Creative Team

Chris O’Connor

Chris O’Connor

Chris O’Connor is a professional playwright from Leeds who has written for organisations such as the Leeds Playhouse, BBC Radio and Red Ladder Theatre Company. His work has covered a range of topics from the IRA, masculinity to the migrant crisis. As well as this he also co-hosts the Mantality Magazine podcast, promoting positive mental health practices in men.
Dora Rubinstein

Dora Rubinstein

Dora trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Credits include Cinderella (Cast, Doncaster), Digital Ghost Hunt (York Theatre Royal), Peter Pan, Aladdin (The Dukes, Lancaster), The Wizard of Oz (Leicester Square Theatre), Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth (The Young Shakespeare Company), The Ballad of Robin Hood (Southwark Playhouse). She also performs and teaches circus skills such as contortion and acrobatics, and is currently developing an interactive circus/theatre show for families in partnership with Dance City, Newcastle. Dora lives in York and is very happy to be spending Christmas at Castle Howard!
Linda-Ray Ndlovu

Linda-Ray Ndlovu

I am a 22 year old actress and creator. My passions lye in storytelling and entertainment, using influences from my travels, culture and life experiences to create and access characters. I enjoy community projects and making theatre for the community, with a deep passion for education and opportunity. Overall my passion is in the artistic and the creative industry as a whole.

Reece Carter

Reece Carter

Performer- My Monster and Me

A Yorkshire born lad from Leeds, Reece trained up north at The Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. He has recently had the pleasure of working with The Spark Arts for Children in the audio drama 'The Girl of Ink and Stars'. Reece has also recently been involved with 'The Riot Act', who are in the process of making a few projects for schools, one of which explores developing a positive and optimistic outlook for a return to normal life post-Coronavirus.

Set & Costumer Designer- Warda Abbasi

Set & Costumer Designer- Warda Abbasi

A Miniature Model-Maker with a focus on sets for Theatre, Film, TV and Commercials. Of my own initiative over the past few years, I have self-taught many of the necessary skills for design and model making. I am furthering my personal development within Prop Making & Set Decorating. Currently I am freelancing as a Craft Creator for Tutti Frutti and I am a mentee on Set Access: A UK Film Talent Development Programme from Creative Access & Guy Ritchie.
Tyler W Pickles

Tyler W Pickles

Tyler is currently training in Acting at Leeds Conservatoire, where he has played the roles of James I in Anne Boleyn and Tuzenbach in Three Sisters. He is an experienced collaborator, currently producing and starring in a short-film. An accomplished dancer, Tyler is a nationwide champion in Street Dance, Freestyle and Rock’n’Roll. Physical Theatre remains his discipline, but has an ambition to expand to the world of screen.
Wendy Harris

Wendy Harris

Artistic Director, Chair of PYA England

I have held the position of Artistic Director at tutti frutti since 2005 and have directed all but one production in partnership with York Theatre Royal, touring nationally and internationally and co-producing the Little Feet Festival of Children’s Theatre and the First Words writers’ development programme

Before working with tutti frutti I was Artistic Director of Red Ladder Theatre Company, and previous to this; Merseyside Young People’s Theatre Company in Liverpool. Over the years as a freelance director work has included; Everyman Theatre Liverpool, Crucible Theatre Sheffield, Hope Street Ltd, Oxford Stage Company, Unity Theatre Liverpool, European Stage Company, Theatre Royal Stratford East, and Contact Theatre Manchester. I currently live in Leeds with my partner Mark and two sons Louie and Eliot.