Event Type: digital
Friends of the Eastgate & Tim Wilcock present: The Eastgate and Me, Jack Dickson

DATE:
Thurs 3 September

TIME:
Whenever you like

PRICE:
Free, but donations to the EASTGATE OPEN DOORS CAMPAIGN would be greatly appreciated.

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In the second in a series of mini-documentaries featuring young people who credit the Eastgate as having had a major influence on their lives, Tim Wilcock speaks with Jack Dickson – an actor who, having first cut his teeth at the Eastgate, has since gone on to share the stage with some of Scotland’s acting greats.

As Tim remarks in his background notes on the series (see full details on YouTube link): “Listen to their opinions on the impact being a part of the Eastgate family has had on their lives, particularly in terms of the skills and confidence it has given to each of them. It’s a ringing endorsement of the role such institutions have to play in society, delivering economic as well as entertainment and education benefits.”

Available on the Friends’ YouTube channel – PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW

And be sure to keep checking back for more #eastgateathome content on the FRIENDS’ YOUTUBE CHANNEL. New clips are posted weekly on Thursdays! And if you enjoy what you see, please consider donating to the EASTGATE OPEN DOORS CAMPAIGN.

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