University of Glasgow, Room 450B Drama Lab (level 4)
Monday, 16 November 2015 from 10:00 to 16:00
In this all-day participatory theatre event, participants will ‘test’ and workshop new material written by award-winning poet Tawona Sithole to produce a short performance at the end of the day. This material is part of an emerging play around the role that language and the creative arts play in our lives.
Tawona is developing the play for the Researching Multilingually at Borders research project at the University of Glasgow. The material workshopped on the day will go on to inform a collaborative performance between the project team and the School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana in late summer 2016.
The performance workshop is free, informal and open to everybody. No previous acting experience required but you must be willing to GET INVOLVED! The day is split into three parts (morning workshop, afternoon rehearsal and performance) and participants are required to attend the full day. Lunch will be provided.
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Part of the Being Human Festival of the Humanities 2015 #beinghuman15 / @BeingHumanFest