Interested in theatre, dance, visual art, gigs, poetry, film and more?
Want to access a free workshop which will give you an insight into the role of a critic?
Then, this is for you! The workshop and open rehearsal will be BSL supported. It will be suitable for D/deaf participants.
All participants will be able to:
-Access the workshop for free and see an open rehearsal of Exodus Motherlode’s new work in progress.
-Receive a press ticket to see and review a future production at The Coliseum, Aberdare.
-Receive a complimentary ticket to see a performance of Exodus at Bristol Ferment. (Does not include travel)
-Be supported by Get the Chance to continue to review a range of events and performances.
“Aberdare, South Wales. The night the last factory closed.
Nan and her neighbours find themselves locked in a designer factory at the end of the valley. Draped in gaudy couture, they dream of escape to a new and better land – free from politics and the grind. Provoked by the hundreds of Welsh people who settled in South America in 1865, Exodus is a new adventure from the valleys.”
You will take part in a 90 minute workshop with Guy O’Donnell Director of social enterprise and online magazine website Get the Chance getthechance.wales
During the workshop you will be given an insight into the role of the arts critic. You will be given instruction on how to create a review and upload your response online. Participants will look at blogging, video, social media and much more! All workshop participants will get the opportunity for their reviews to feature on the Get the Chance website.
If you have one please bring a laptop, tablet and/or smartphone.
The workshop is limited to 10 places. All participants will be expected to write a response to the open rehearsal
Suitable for ages 14+
The workshops is on Thursday, June 29th 1-5pm at The Coliseum, Aberdare.
3pm- 5pm-Open Rehearsal & conversation with the team
To book a place please email
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