Deeds Not Words

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Deeds Not Words

This August we are supporting a cause that is very close to our hearts – the Batley and Spen Youth Theatre Company.

The Company was formed in 2017 by award-winning West End director, Nick Evans, as a creative response to the devastating murder of Jo Cox MP, which shook not just the community of Batley but the country as a whole.

‘Hear The People Sing’ was created to celebrate Jo’s passion for togetherness, collaboration, comradeship and theatre. Nick led 100 young people from across West Yorkshire over three weeks of residential teaching and rehearsals to professionally stage Jo’s favourite musical, ‘Les Miserables’, and a new piece called ‘More in Common’, devised by the young cast to celebrate her values.

The Batley and Spen Youth Theatre Company is a registered charity and relies on the generosity of the public, as well as industry professionals. This August will see the cast of incredibly talented youngsters perform ‘Deeds Not Words’, a theatrical project which seeks to highlight the struggles of the Suffragette Movement, 100 years on since The Representation of the People Act gave women the right to vote. It will also commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I.

If you have followed Baa Baa Brighouse on social media for some time, you may be aware that Elaine and Gary’s eldest son, Jonathan, is a member of Batley and Spen Youth Theatre Company and last year played several roles during the staging of ‘Hear the People Sing’.

To help support the Company’s latest project, Baa Baa Brighouse is proud to introduce ‘Deeds Not Words’, an exclusive Baa Baa Brew Marble 4 Ply colourway. £3 of every skein sold will go to Batley and Spen Youth Theatre Company. We decided to use the same yarn base used for our Mulier Fortis Collection as this already celebrates strong women.

If you believe in the arts, youth theatre and the values that Jo stood for, then we hope you’ll consider supporting our initiative.

 

Yarn: 75% British Bluefaced Leicester and 25% Masham
Weight: 100g
Ply: 4 Ply
Length: approx 400m/437yds
Needle: 3.25mm/US3
Tension: 36rs x 28sts – 10cm/4”sq
Source: Britain
Care: Hand wash only, 30 degrees, do not tumble dry

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Weight 0.11 kg
Yarn Weight

Brand

Yarn Ball Weight

100g

Yarn Type

British Bluefaced Leicester