COMMON: UPCOMING EVENTS

 
 

Networking Event for Working-Class Artists at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe FESTIVAL

DELIVERED in partnership with FRINGE CENTRAL AND THE PLEASANCE THEATRE

TUESDAY 21st AUGUST 2018: 5pm - 7pm
FRINGE CENTRAL

TICKETS: FREE

COMMON are working in partnership with Fringe Central and The Pleasance Theatre to host a networking event during the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, exclusively for artists who self-identify as working-class.

The networking event will offer a platform for working-class artists to find new collaborators, seek creatives to work on upcoming projects, share ideas for new work, and to simply have the opportunity to meet artists from similar backgrounds.

This event is open to all working-class artists across all disciplines in theatre, whether you are staging or seeing work at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival The event is also wheelchair-accessible, baby/child friendly, and inclusive of working-class artists from intersectional backgrounds across race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, gender binaries and disabilities or illness.

 
 
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COMMON: GROUND - Barriers to Staging Work at the Edinburgh Fringe FESTIVAL as a Working-Class Artist

DELIVERED in partnership with FRINGE CENTRAL AND THE PLEASANCE THEATRE

THURSDAY 16th AUGUST 2018: 11am - 12.30pm
FRINGE CENTRAL

TICKETS: FREE

We are working in partnership with Fringe Central and The Pleasance Theatre to deliver an event from our COMMON: GROUND series during the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, exclusively aimed at artists who self-identify as working-class.

This COMMON: GROUND event will offer a platform for working-class artists who are staging or seeing work at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival to share the barriers they face when bringing work to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, specifically related to their class status.

It will also be an opportunity for artists to offer suggestions of initiatives and opportunities which could be created to help overcome them.

This event is wheelchair-accessible, baby/child friendly, and inclusive of working-class artists from intersectional backgrounds across race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, gender binaries and disabilities or illness.

 
 
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COMMON: GROUND - CAREER PROGRESSION AS A WORKING-CLASS ARTIST IN GLASGOW

GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY TRON THEATRE

THURSDAY 6th SEPTEMBER 2018: 7pm - 10pm
TRON THEATRE

TICKETS: FREE

We are working with the Tron Theatre to deliver a COMMON: GROUND discussion exclusively aimed at artists based in Glasgow and the surrounding areas who self-identify as working-class.

This initiative brings together artists in the working-class community to discuss the barriers they face when trying to build careers in UK theatre, and offer their suggestions towards opportunities which could be created to help artists across the country overcome these barriers.

This event is wheelchair-accessible, baby/child friendly and inclusive of working-class artists from intersectional backgrounds across race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, gender binaries and disabilities.

 
 
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COMMON: GROUND - CAREER PROGRESSION AS A WORKING-CLASS ARTIST IN EDINBURGH

GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY THE TRAVERSE THEATRE

THURSDAY 13th SEPTEMBER 2018: 6.30pm - 9.30pm
TRAVERSE THEATRE

TICKETS: FREE

We are working with the Traverse Theatre to deliver a COMMON: GROUND discussion exclusively aimed at artists based in Edinburgh and the surrounding areas who self-identify as working-class.

This initiative brings together artists in the working-class community to discuss the barriers they face when trying to build careers in UK theatre, and offer their suggestions towards opportunities which could be created to help artists across the country overcome these barriers.

This event is wheelchair-accessible, baby/child friendly and inclusive of working-class artists from intersectional backgrounds across race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, gender binaries and disabilities.