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Theatre Makers: Time To Act
26 April - 19 July
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TIME TO ACT is an exciting opportunity for young people to come together and explore how creativity can be a voice for change, inspiring other people to take climate action.
These welcoming sessions are a safe space to experiment as part of an ensemble. Come and create bold new work in response to the global climate crisis.
A weekly starting point will be introduced to get creativity flowing and to help you find or strengthen your voice. Nothing is scripted, the voices are yours. You may choose to think about topics such as eco-anxiety, protesting, sustainability, sea-floods, coastal erosion, summer wildfires, droughts. We might create a soundscape, music or narrative – it’s for you to decide.
Join us and explore how creativity can be a voice for change.
This programme is open to anyone age 18-25 years. The work will feature in Climate Stories Late on Friday 21 July at Stage Two.
Running time: 7pm-9pm
Age recommendation: 18 - 25 years old
£65 for 10 weeks
Wed 26 Apr – 7pm-9pm
Wed 3, 10, 17, 24 May – 7pm-9pm
Wed 31 May/7June – NO WORKSHOP HALF TERM
Wed 14, 21, 28 Jun – 7pm-9pm
Wed 5, 12, 19 Jul – 7pm-9pm
Please wear clothes that are comfortable for movement. Please note that sessions will be held in Studio 2 unless otherwise informed. Someone will be at reception to welcome you on your arrival.
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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.
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