Monday 7 November - Friday 11 November 2016
A five day intensive training course introducing and investigating the theory and practice of Forum Theatre. No experience necessary.
Timings: 10am - 6pm each day
Held at: Cardboard Citizens, 77a Greenfield Road, London, E1 1EJ
Led by Adrian Jackson, the artistic director of Cardboard Citizens.
Please note: This course is no longer available to book, but if you would like to register your interest for future courses, please email Stuart at firstname.lastname@example.org
Throughout this intensive week long course, participants will investigate the theory and practice of Forum Theatre. A number of simple games and exercises centred on trust, confidence and group integration will be introduced enabling participants to lead workshop sessions within their own group or communities. Participants will look at how to devise a Forum Theatre piece and how to conduct a public Forum session. The week will culminate with a performance of the Forum Theatre pieces devised by the group to an invited audience of friends. Reference will also be made to Legislative Theatre practice. Legislative Theatre is a method in which Forum Theatre is used as a basis for the formulation of policy, rules or legislation, in any body from school to government.
Who is it for?
Anyone interested in using theatre as a tool for debate and social change with communities; theatre practitioners, social activists, teachers, community workers, youth works. No experience necessary.
Individuals / Charities: £450.00 (including VAT)
Statutory / Commercial organisations: £552.00 (including VAT)
This course is no longer available to book, but if you would like to register your interest for future courses, please email Stuart at email@example.com