A two day festival at Warwick Arts Centre that celebrates and continues to develop the exciting work of Warwick alumni theatre companies (including Barrel Organ, Breach, Clown Funeral and Emergency Chorus). Through panels, performances and workshops, Emerge 2017 addresses questions surrounding the complex world we live in today.
All workshops and panels take place in Helen Martin Studio and are completely free. The schedule can be found below.
For show times and tickets click here.
|Mon 30 Oct||4 – 5.45pm||Directing Practice workshop with Josh Roche (Warwick Alumni and JMK Directors Award Winner 2017)|
|Mon 30 Oct||6 – 7pm||Panel discussion: The transition from student theatre to professional practice with Barrel Organ, Clown Funeral, Jesse Meadows (FellSwoop Theatre, The Wardrobe Ensemble) and Josh Roche (JMK Award Winner 2017)|
|Tue 31 Oct||4 – 5.45pm||Ensemble theatre practice workshop with Jesse Meadows (FellSwoop Theatre, The Wardrobe Ensemble and Warwick Alumni)|
|Tue 31 Oct||6 – 7pm||Panel discussion chaired by Dr Anna Harpin: What the hell are we actually all doing here? : Playing with Purpose: Theatre, Space, and Political Action with Dr Jonathan Heron, Emergency Chorus, Breach Theatre|