Participate

 

THERE'S A RANGE OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYONE TO GET INVOLVED IN FLARE15...

TALK BACK

A series of chaired sessions where the audience and the artists get to discuss the performances, mostly from the night before.

Wed 15 July 11:00 at Contact
Thur 16 July 11:00 at Cross St Chapel
Fri 17 July 15:00 at Z-arts
Sat 18 July 14:00 at Contact

THE FLARE15 OPEN FORUM

Your chance to hear and discuss a range of issues chosen by some of the international artists performing at Flare, in dialogue with some leading UK producers and chaired by Dr Patrick Campbell.

Wed 15 July 14:30 at Contact

WORKSHOPS:

WAKE UP AND TUNE IN

A chance to spend quality time at the start of a busy festival day with some easy movement Feldenkrais classes, for festival artists, volunteers and audiences at the start of the day during the festival. No prior experience is required – and all interested participants are welcome. With Teresa Brayshaw.

Wed 15 July 09:30 at Contact
Fri 17 July 09:30 at Z-arts

YOUR WORDS

A workshop with Sleepwalk Collective exploring ideas and strategies drawing from their experience of creating performance across genres, cultures and languages. It will focus on practical, DIY approaches to developing text – spoken and otherwise – and creating material for end-on theatres and intimate encounters.

Tues 14 July 11:00-13:00 at Contact

WHAT WE CAN DO WITH WHAT WE HAVE GOT - a workshop with Andy Smith

A workshop with Andy Smith, revealing some of the processes behind his new show, ‘The Preston Bill’. We will explore the practical application of of a theatre that uses little physical material. We will explore ideas of writing and performing, and the use of objects and the imagination. We will think about what it might mean to be an audience in a theatre.

Fri 17 July 11:00-13:00 at Z-arts

SHIT JUST GOT REAL - WORKING WITH AUTOBIOGRAPHY, TRANSGRESSION AND GENRE

A workshop by selected Flare artist Thomas Martin.

Everybody poops. Including you. Including your audience. Sometimes it's good to talk about it. Using a playful blend of techniques from scriptwriting, storytelling and standup, this workshop lays out processes for devising, writing and performing properly provocative texts.

Fri 17 July 15:00-17:00 at Z-arts

ALL SESSIONS ARE FREE. TO BOOK YOUR WORKSHOP PLACE, OR FOR OTHER ENQUIRIES, PLEASE EMAIL alice@flarefestival.com

AND THERE ARE STILL OPPORTUNITIES TO JOIN THE VOLUNTEER TEAM. PLEASE EMAIL laura@flarefestival.com, CONFIRMING YOUR INTERESTS AND AVAILABILITY.

FLARE15 gratefully acknowledges the support of University of Chichester in the delivery of the participation strand of the festival.