Self-producing new work with Jeremy Goldstein
Mon 7 Dec 20Book Tickets
Self-producing work is never easy but in an increasingly gentrified and homogenous landscape, getting new and unusual projects off the ground is harder than ever before.
In a frank and open skill-share via Zoom from 7pm on Mon 7 December, Jeremy Goldstein considers the ups and downs of producing new work, and what we can do as a community to make it thrive.
“Goldstein is a fascinating man…touring the world spreading a particular and specific brand of inspiration through theatre.” – Nick Ahad, Yorkshire Post
Sign up for this free event by filling out the form below. You will then receive an email with a Zoom link and details. Keep this safe and join the link at 7pm on Mon 7 December. Please check your junk / spam folder for any emails.
Jeremy Goldstein is the creator of Truth to Power Cafe, founder of London Artists Projects and is currently a resident artist at Conway Hall in London. His work sits at the intersection of human rights, activism, performance, co-creation and public engagement. For three decades he has championed underrepresented voices, and new forms of artistic and political expression winning many awards. In recognition of his political theatre work, he was named in Time Out as among the 100 most influential people in UK culture.
Truth to Power Cafe will visit the Lawrence Batley Theatres on Thu 4 November 2021
Photo credit: Darren Black (Jeremy Goldstein, Truth to Power Cafe)
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