UPCOMING EVENTS

 

 

COMMON: GROUND IN THE SOUTH-EAST

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MULTIPLE PARTNERS INCLUDING FARNHAM MALTINGS, THE CORN EXCHANGE NEWBURY AND THE GULBENKIAN THEATRE.

WHEN: Multiple events. See below for more details.
WHERE:
Multiple locations. See below for more details.

COST: FREE.

COMMON are partnering with Farnham Maltings and arts organisations across the South-East to deliver a programme of events under the banner COMMON: GROUND in the South East in locations across the region, to ensure we hear from as broad a range of artists as possible.

This programme is a series of supportive discussions for working and under-class creatives who live and work in the south east. The sessions are an opportunity for dialogue; for those attending to share examples of the barriers to career progression that they encounter in the region, and to share suggestions of solutions with the participating arts organisations to enable them to more effectively support working and under-class artists in the region.

 

 
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ENGINE ROOM: AYRSHIRE ARTS GATHERING

NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND, COMMON & THE AYR GAITEY THEATRE

WHEN: Monday 23rd September 2019, 2pm - 5pm
WHERE:
Unity Grill, 37 Sandgate, Ayr, KA7 1BG

COST: FREE (Deadline to Book: Thursday 19th September 2019)

A meet up for anyone interested in performance-focused work in the Ayrshire region. This session will bring together artists, theatre-makers, producers, musicians, poets, and performers of all kinds to build a picture of the diverse and exciting work that exists in Ayrshire. This is a chance to get to know fellow local creatives, share and learn about opportunities in the region, and discuss barriers to access and engagement in the local creative scene. This event will feature an open group discussion facilitated by Ayr Gaiety Creative Learning Coordinator, Robbie Gordon.

This event is supported by COMMON, an arts organisation who exist to support the UK theatre industry to achieve greater socio-economic diversity. COMMON’s aim is to make theatre widely accessible to the working-class and those experiencing socio-economic disadvantage; whether they be artists, audiences, or communities.