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    Challenging Public Perceptions: Diverse Dramaturgies, Processes and Audiences

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    START DATE 8 November 2016
    START TIME 03:00pm
    LOCATION

    Grove Concert Room (G274), Middlesex University, London, the Burroughs, NW4 4BT

    END DATE 8 November 2016
    END TIME 05:00pm

    A round-table to address the topic of diversity in the theatre from different perspectives

    We would like to invite you to join us for a round-table event called ‘Challenging Public Perceptions: Diverse Dramaturgies, Processes and Audiences’, organised by the Directing and Dramaturgy Research Cluster.

    It will address the topic of diversity in the theatre from different perspectives, asking if and how diverse dramaturgies work to challenge, oppose or perhaps reinforce and confirm established tropes of public perception and discourse.

    Round-table speakers

    Mojisola Adebayo – actor, playwright, director, producer, teacher

    Pippa Hill – literary manager, Royal Shakespeare Company

    Fin Kennedy – playwright; artistic director,

    Tamasha R. M. Sanchez-Camus – live artist, scenographer, performer.

    The event will be divided into two parts: approximately 90 minutes for the round-table, followed by 30 minutes for questions from the audience.

    The round-table will be open to the public, live-streamed over the internet and recorded for archive purposes.

    This event is free but booking is essential

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