Unthink Night’s will be a safe space created purely for performance and conversation. It doesn’t matter what your creative speciality is… It doesn’t even need to be a speciality. Try new things, develop new things, push the boat out or stay at the docks. These night’s are for the performers and the performers alone. From Poetry to Stand-Up, Dance to Monologues… It’s up to you. The night will start with performances and finish with conversation. Unthink truly believes that the conversations after the performance are what will create a community. Who knows who you will meet and what doors will open. If you would like to come and perform, drop us an email :
Improv 101 Trust & Support Perfect for beginners. In this course we focus on the core essentials of improvisation. We learn to trust our own ideas, listening to others, and having the confidence to initiate spontaneous scenes. If you are a comedian looking to improve you craft, a writer looking for inspiration, or someone who just wants to try something new, this course is for you!
‘Shakespeare’s Women; Hanging by a Thread’ is an exciting exploration of the complexities of Shakespeare’s women using aerial circus and is a collaboration between Michael Corbidge (Senior Voice and Text Associate at the RSC) and Grania Pickard. This ten minute extract will introduce you to one of Shakespeare’s famous women in a way you have never seen before!
Dorothée Munyaneza was 12 when, after miraculously surviving genocide, she fled her home in Rwanda. UNWANTED focuses on the stories of the women caught up in the genocide specifically those who suffered rape, an act of domination and suppression, still used as a weapon of destruction in war zones today.
The workshop is open to performers from different backgrounds, creative genres and techniques inspired by physical theatre as a bold, vibrant and multidimensional approach to contemporary theatre performance. The program is designed for experienced actors, dancers, physical performers, contemporary circus performers, choreographers and directors – performing arts practitioners with professional stage experience working in various genres, techniques and styles – interested in expanding their international network opportunities and collaborators.
The program is designed for actors of physical theatre, dancers, contemporary circus performers, choreographers and directors – performing arts practitioners with professional stage experience working in various genres, techniques and styles interested to find new international network opportunities and collaborators.