Wednesday 25th March, 10am – 5pm
An opportunity to learn about Quarantine’s practice at a free one-day workshop at HOME, Manchester. The workshop will be led by members of Quarantine’s ensemble, including co-Artistic Director Richard Gregory. You’ll learn about Quarantine’s distinctive practice and reflect on the issues that arise when you create performance out of the everyday reality of people’s lives. Together, you will air some of the complex issues surrounding the idea of co-creation, including the politics, ethics and aesthetics of representation and the problem of searching for ‘authenticity’.
This workshop is free for anyone based in Manchester and particularly suitable for theatre and performance creators, including artists, directors, writers and dramaturgs with an interest in devising work collaboratively with people who don’t usually perform.
Places are limited, and applicants will be selected by Quarantine. To apply, please send a short biography (max 200 words) and a statement about why you want to take part (max 500 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday 13th March.