Forced Entertainment Workshop

8th December 2010 by Maura McHugh

Project Arts CentreProject Arts Centre in association with the British Council Ireland are offering a unique opportunity to take part in a two day workshop with leading UK theatre company Forced Entertainment this January.

The Workshop
Steered by Richard Lowdon and Cathy Naden, co-founding members of Forced Entertainment, Moves in the Game will be a hands-on and practical investigation into beginnings and starting points for devised performance.

Using improvisation, discussion, text, movement and visual composition as principal devising tools, the 10-hour workshop over two days will spin through the possibilities and pitfalls that arise from generating and structuring material. With an emphasis on collaboration and group work, the participants will make short pieces in response to both specific instructions and more exploratory, open-ended proposals.

By setting a few ground rules about the process of making, Moves in the Game aims to inspire, question and challenge.

How do you apply?
If you are interested in participating in the workshop email Project Arts and tell them a bit about yourself and why you would like to take part. Applications are welcomed from individuals living in Ireland and Northern Ireland, and should be sent to info@projectartscentre.ie with Moves in the Game in the subject line.

The Deadline for applications is 6pm on Friday 17 December 2010 and places are limited to 16.

When is it happening?
The workshop will take place over two days on Wednesday 12 January (10am to 6pm) and Thursday 13 January (10am to 1pm) in DanceHouse, Dublin. The price of the workshop also includes a ticket to see Forced Entertainment’s Void Story followed by a post show discussion at Project Arts Centre at 8pm on Thursday 13 January 2011.

How much will it cost?
The cost of participation including a ticket to see Void Story is €90.
Members of our PROJECTFAN scheme are entitled to a discounted rate of €80.

If you have any questions about participating in the workshop please email info@projectartscentre.ie.

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