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Heroine Hospital playing live
In at the start
Bailey and friends at the Warwick Youth and Community Centre interview local band Heroine Hospital and hear some music from the trio who all know each other from Myton School.
The probing interview by Bailey and his friends - with some of the laughs and mistakes taken out! - covers everything from the band's influences, why they got together and where the band name came from.
Off camera the band admitted they don't expect to stay together too long, judge for yourselves whether they were joking or not, as they cover Blink 182's Holiday live to a small audience at the youth centre.
An audience of friends at the youth club
Produced during a workshop at the youth centre, the film was devised, filmed and directed by the young people, none of whom had ever worked with video before.
This is just one of the activities at the centre in Coten End, Warwick. It houses a wide variety of groups that are open to the community, including a pre-school play group, youth clubs, and clubs for adults with learning difficulties, all of whom can use the centre's gym, games rooms, lounge and computer suites.
Activities they've organised outside the centre range from a Ski trip to Italy to bullying and sexual health workshops. They also have a Drop In Service with qualified youth worker and free internet access. Sounds interesting? Contact the Warwick Youth and Community Centre on 01926 498 088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop into the centre.
last updated: 06/06/2008 at 12:30