The Crooked Spire
Yrs 5&6 Art Competition
Enter our art competition to be in with the chance of your school winning free tickets for a class of up to 30 pupils in year 5 or 6 to come and see our upcoming musical, The Crooked Spire, at the Pomegranate Theatre on Thursday 19th May (matinee performance).
Thanks to funding from Arts Council England, we are able to offer one primary school within 2 miles (i.e. walking distance) of the Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield, the chance to bring along a class of children to see the opening performance of the show for free.
Create a stunning piece of art depicting Chesterfield’s ‘crooked spire’ to win FREE tickets to see the wonderful murder mystery musical ‘The Crooked Spire’ at the Pomegranate Theatre on Thursday 19th May at 2:30pm.
The winning artwork will be displayed in the bar area at the Pomegranate Theatre during the week of the run of The Crooked Spire and will be promoted on social media.
Your creative submissions could be in any medium or material (think sustainable!) but must be no larger than A0 size (841 x 1189 mm or 33.1 x 46.8ins) for 2D artworks, and no taller and wider than 120cm for 3D artworks.
You may only submit one artwork per class (Year 5 and 6 only) so creative teamwork is encouraged!
We require a high-resolution photograph of your artwork by 12 noon on Monday 9th May.
This should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are inviting all primary schools within reasonable walking distance of the Pomegranate Theatre (no further than 2 miles) to submit an original artwork depicting the ‘crooked spire’– otherwise known as St Mary and All Saints Church.
As a requirement of taking part, we would like you to include our promotional poster and a few words about the show in your school newsletter by Friday 6th May.
The winner will be selected by a panel of judges including Kate Dawson of Well Read PR, Amy Smith of Junction Arts and Revd Patrick Coleman, Vicar St Mary and All Saints Church.