Hello Bristol and South West artists! We have launched an artist development programme to create more opportunities for local theatre-makers. This will include workshops, Q&As, in-house assisting jobs and hopefully much more!
(Photo credit: Beyond The Ridiculous by Adam Fung)
Opportunities listed below. Keep your eyes peeled for updates as new events are listed here.
WORKSHOP: MEMORY AND (AUTO)BIOGRAPHY FOR DEVISED AND SOLO THEATRE, WITH JOE SELLMAN-LEAVA (WORKLIGHT THEATRE)
1pm – 4pm, Monday 20th January 2020 @ Trinity Centre
£5 (space limited)
Click here for tickets
Discover how writer/performer Joe Sellman-Leava (Labels, Monster, How to Start a Riot) draws on memory and autobiography in both his own solo work as well as for devised shows. This workshop will explore various phases of developing work that utilises real events, and/or autobiography including research, writing, structure, experimentation, redrafting and finding your audience. Suitable for people interested in making devised or solo work. Participants don’t need to prepare anything, but are advised to come with an idea for a show they are either making or would like to make.
ITCH: A SCRATCH PEFORMANCE SHOWCASE
7.30pm, Friday 28th February 2020 @ The Wardrobe Theatre
Free to take part, Pay What You Decide to attend
Click here to submit a proposal to show at Itch
DEADLINE for proposals 31st January
The Wardrobe Theatre is proud to present the return of our scratch night, ITCH! An extravaganza of unfinished, one-off works-in-progress of varying artistic disciplines with the unique opportunity to react and give feedback to the artists and theatre companies in the early stages of developing new work, to help shape it.