|Monday, 25 June 2012|
This is the text that I read at the really great opening event of the International Student Drama Festival in Sheffield on Friday 22nd June. It starts with a reference to another pretty inspiring event I took part in the same day - a panel discussion at Free Word in London, organised by LIFT and Index on Censorship.
I was on a panel this morning as part of the LIFT Festival working with Index on Censorship, at London’s Free Word Centre .On the panel were theatre makers from Iraq, Belarus and Lebanon; Lucien Bourjeily, a Lebanese film-maker and theatre director who brought improvised theatre to the streets of Beirut during the political turmoil in 2008; Natasha Kaliada and Nicolai Khalezin, co-founders of Belarus Free Theatre, which performed underground until they were forced into exile in 2010; and Monadhil Daood who founded the Iraqi Theatre Company in 2008.
A Stitch in Time (2013)
From More or Less
the continuing drama of untied ends
Neons New (and one 'old') - BAC
Will Be (Frankfurt) 2012
Geukens & De Vil (Knokke)
From More or Less / You Know
Alphabet of Festivals