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Devising: Making collaborative theatre with Rhum and Clay

A group of young people taking part in Easter Space to Create

Devising: Making collaborative theatre with Rhum and Clay

Workshop dates:

Monday 21 October 10am–5pm
Tuesday 22 October 10am–5pm
Wednesday 23 October 10am–5pm
Thursday 24 October 10am–5pm

John Lyons Education Studio
This workshop is available to 16–21-year-olds

Working with the artistic directors of Rhum and Clay, this creative development opportunity will explore how you can devise stories collaboratively using the range of skills in the room.

We are looking for performers, writers, directors, designers and theatre-makers who can combine multiple disciplines, to take part. This is an opportunity to learn how to collaborate with others and use diverse, unique skills to develop new and exciting theatre. 

Rhum and Clay are a multi-award winning theatre ensemble led by Julian Spooner and Matthew Wells. Formed in 2010 at Ecole Jacques Lecoq they have since created nine critically acclaimed productions. Their diverse productions are connected by a sense of play and collaboration. Rhum and Clay seek to tell new stories with interesting collaborators from different disciplines, to create productions which are innovative and bold in style. 

How to apply:
To apply, please complete this form by Wednesday 2 October. We will be asking everyone to attend a practical audition workshop on Monday 7 October, so we can meet you, play some games and find out more about who you are. Please let us know which times you are able to attend when you apply.

Support with travel
We would never want the cost of a project to prevent anyone from taking part. A limited number of travel bursaries are available. If you would like to apply for one, please indicate this on the form when you apply.