Devoted & Disgruntled 12: What are we going to do about theatre and the performing arts?

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You may already know that Devoted & Disgruntled 12: What are we going to do about theatre and the performing arts?, Improbable Theatre’s annual national event for anyone working in or interested in theatre is taking place in Bristol at the Passenger Shed from 14 – 16 January 2017.

The event uses Open Space which means everyone attending sets the agenda and everyone is welcome as Open Space thrives on variety – directors, administrators, FOH, funders, policy makers, students, technicians, teachers, performers, programmers – anyone who cares about the performing arts, at any stage of their careers.

Theatre Bristol are working in partnership with Improbable to bring the event to Bristol, (there are a couple of flyers attached) and it would be great if you and your colleagues were able to come.

More information is here. Tickets are £25 full (until 1st December, £27 thereafter) and £14 Concessions. (Carers/PAs go free. Wheelchair accessible venues. BSL interpreters provided.) Plus there is a 5 tickets for the price 4 offer is available for group bookings.

“D&D is…a slow but persistent revolution of meaningful dialogue and emergent action for our arts and culture…For whatever you want to make happen – and D&D is the first step.”

Phelim McDermott, Co-Artistic Director, Improbable

Drop Sarah a line if you would like any more information, and if you could pass onto your networks, include in a newsletter or list it on your website that would be brilliant – Theatre Bristol hope that it will be a good opportunity for people in the SW to attend D&D.

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