List of Series
List of Events
Generating Material: A Workshop and Q&A with Simon Stephens - RecordingTicketed
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A workshop with playwright Simon Stephens, focusing on generating material and developing characters and relationships.
Hannah Lavery: Writing Autobiographical Work for the StageTicketed
Live workshops Sat 27 Feb, Wed 3 Mar
A workshop for writers who are interested in writing autobiographical work, led by award-winning poet, playwright and performer, Hannah Lavery.
From Theme to Scene: A Workshop and Q&A with Ella Hickson - RecordingTicketed
Available until Sun 7 Mar
Acclaimed playwright Ella Hickson leads a conversational workshop on how to tackle big ideas.
Episode 1: Matilda IbiniFree Hosted by Debbie Hannan
Debbie Hannan speaks to playwright Matilda Ibini.
Episode 2: Abhishek MajumdarFree Hosted by Debbie Hannan
Debbie Hannan speaks to Indian playwright and director Abhishek Majumdar.
Episode 3: Leonie Rae GassonFree Hosted by Debbie Hannan
Debbie speaks to director Leonie Rae Gasson.
Episode 4: DOTUS - A US Election Special, Pt 1Free Hosted by Debbie Hannan
A surreal look at the personal politics of the US election, and the repercussions they may have for one particular individual - playwright Sarah Kosar.
Episode 5: DOTUS - A US Election Special, Pt 2Free
The second part of our surreal look at the personal politics of the US election, featuring a conversation between Meatball the puppy and playwright Sarah Kosar's dad.
The Stories We Tell About Black LivesFree By May Sumbwanyambe
In his wide-ranging video essay, May Sumbwanyambe draws links between the ways in Black people are represented and misrepresented in the media.
Happenings - Response SessionFree
Dael Orlandersmith, May Sumbwanyambe and Natasha Thembiso Ruwona respond to their Happenings and answer audience questions.
A Community Response to Race: Making Until the Flood with Dael OrlandersmithFree
Playwright, performer and Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith discusses her show Until the Flood and the state of America in 2020.
In Dreams I;Free By Natasha Thembiso Ruwona
In Dreams I; responds to Black geographies and how black people fit into spaces - physically or metaphorically. It is a mediation on history, identity and memory, and how these can often be blurred into one.