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Theatre Makers: Listen to the Landscape

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Theatre Makers: Listen to the Landscape

26 Apr - 19 Jul


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Our 2023 Creative Matters Season is Climate Stories.

Listen to the Landscape is a unique opportunity to engage with climate stories through artistic practices and explore how creativity can be a voice for change in a collaborative space.

Some of us think about climate change daily. Others experience the effects but are unsure how they fit into their own life-stories. Some of us have yet to consider it. Or maybe you don’t have the opportunity to connect with others. You are invited to join a community of theatre-makers, and make visible global and local concerns.

Weekly workshops will offer a platform to develop new and empowering narrative through the voices, stories and experiences of individuals and communities. The project will culminate in a performance of powerful dialogue and imagery.

It’s your opportunity to meet new people, harness your creative potential and use theatre to promote knowledge and inspire action in times of climate emergency.

Important information

Ticket prices: £70 for 11 weeks

Running time: 2:30 - 4pm (except 26 Apr)

Age recommendation: 18+

Sessions are on the following dates:
Wed 26 Apr – 4-6pm
Wed 3, 10, 17, 24 May – 2.30pm-4pm
Wed 14, 21, 28 Jun – 2.30pm-4pm
Wed 5, 12, 19 Jul – 2.30pm-4pm

Sessions  information:
Please note that sessions will be held in Studio 2 unless otherwise informed.  Someone will be at reception to welcome you on your arrival. Please wear clothes that are comfortable for movement

Creative Engagement

Take Part

We work hard to ensure best practice and the safety of all who attend our activities. To do this we have a number of policies and procedures in place to support our participants and visitors. All activities are sold inline with our Terms & Conditions.

Before signing up, please take a moment to read our Participants Guidance & Policies (Safeguarding & Privacy etc) 



Stage Two

Eat & Drink

Fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced produce. Enjoy the best in food and drink  at our restaurant Prelude or a quick delicious bite before the show.

Getting here

Directions to  the Stage Two. Where to park near the Stage Two, drop-off & disabled parking plus public transport information.

Access Information

Up-to-date information on access our building, accessible performances and details on personal assistant tickets.