Theatre Alibi (England) are pleased to present Getting Through The Cracks – a free series of uplifting online conversations with international theatre makers for young audiences.
Taking place online every Thursday over 3 weeks (19th Nov, 26th Nov, 3rd Dec 2020) at 13.00 GMT, the talks will host a group of three panellists each week, who are renowned industry professionals, such as:
Henrik Køhler (CEO of Teatercentrum – Denmark)
Erica Van De Kerkhof (Theater Artemis)
Heidi Vaughan (Artistic Director & Joint CEO of Travelling Light)
Peter Higgin (Director of Enrichment and Joint CEO at Punchdrunk)
Monique Corvers (Artistic Director of Het filiaal – Holland)
Nikki Sved (Artistic Director at Theatre Alibi)
Boomer Stacey (IPAY’s founding Executive Director).
And more to be announced.
The aim is for these conversations to provoke stimulating discussions and the exchanging of brave ideas to inspire the sector during these unique times. ‘Getting Through The Cracks’ is a way for the sector to come together and discuss overcoming the challenges this year has brought with it, and discover dialogs offering hope, wherever you may be.
Book your FREE ticket, or find out more about ‘Getting Through The Cracks’, here: https://www.theatrealibi.co.uk/getting-through-the-cracks/
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This event is hosted by Theatre Alibi, in partnership with Exeter University and supported by ASSITEJ UK.
About Theatre Alibi
Theatre Alibi having been making work for audiences of all ages since 1982. Based in Exeter, United Kingdom, the company have toured extensively throughout the south west region of England where they are sector leaders in creating performance work for children aged 5 – 11 in school settings. They also tour their work – including new contemporary writing for adult audiences – around the UK.