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Blue Elephant Theatre, London

Monday, 17th Aug - Thursday, 27th Aug

Free

These workshops are for anyone with something to say!

We will explore the topic of identity (who you are, where you come from), and particularly what it means to grow up locally in South East London. We'll be exploring these themes through writing and performance, looking at how to write a monologue that tells our stories. What would you like the younger generation to know? We will spend a few weeks collecting material and information about ourselves, and then turn this into creative performance, celebrating our own unique heritages and backgrounds.

For ages 16+ (ideally living locally to Blue Elephant), taking place over Zoom. The link will be sent out after you book a space. You do not need to book into all sessions. You can still join in Week 2 or beyond!

The course will run every Monday evening between 3rd to 24th August, plus Thursday 27th, from 7.00pm - 8.30pm via Zoom (Zoom meeting opens at 6.50pm).

Places are FREE, but need to be booked in advance to guarantee a space.

Pricing and availability

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Venue

Blue Elephant Theatre

London

Led by Nicole Acquah

Assisted by Sulaimon Idris

If you have any access requirements, please contact us on 020 7701 0100 or [email protected]. With staff largely working from home we are currently able to respond faster to emails but will get back to any voicemail messages as soon as possible.

For ages 16+ (ideally living locally to Blue Elephant with SE5 or SE17 postcodes), taking place over Zoom. The link will be sent out before the first session, so keep an eye on your email for this.

The course will run every Monday evening between 3rd and 24th August, plus Thursday 27th, from 7.00pm - 8.30pm via Zoom (Zoom meeting opens at 6.50pm).

Places are FREE

Organiser

Blue Elephant Theatre

Blue Elephant Theatre produces an eclectic programme of new work across the performing arts from physical and dance theatre to new writing and revamped classics.