Who is up for a dress up extravaganza?! WE ARE! Come along to this workshop to look into exciting clothes that were being worn during the difficult times of WWI while life had continued back in Glasgow. Let’s discuss history via the lens of fashion, explore an exciting time and exchange stories during this marvellous workshop based around heritage and tradition. Let’s connect the then to today with the use of fabulous hats, interesting materials and beautiful/uncomfortable corsets! Have you photo taken as well! Then see the beautiful costumes in action worn by actors, musicians and volunteers on Salute! event on June 28th! This workshop is open to all and is free of charge.
Tickets are free but bookable here When: June 22nd 2:00-4:00 Where: Milnbank Housing Association, Culloden Street Hall, 1 Culloden Street, Glasgow G31 3NX
Angela Milton-workshop leader
Since graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York Angela has acted in and directed both classical and contemporary plays, as well as appearances in short films. Last year after researching and work-shopping WWI stories, she wrote her first immersive play, The WWI Wardrobe Project, inspired by her Great Grandfather and those who held the home front together. Performances include: (Theatre) Juno in Juno and the Paycock at the New York Irish Centre; Queen Atossa in The Persians, for The Duende Collective, Los Angeles; Clarence in It’s a Wonderful Life for Floating Brick theatre company, Edinburgh; and at the Edinburgh Fringe, Jenny Geddes in Creepie Stool and Ethel Walls in The WWI Wardrobe Project; (Short Film) Anna Coleman Ladd in Broken Faces, which was shortlisted for Nespresso Talents 2018.