Join Improbable as they bring their Open Space conversation, Devoted & Disgruntled, to Brighton Dome for a post-referendum response.
This is an opportunity for artists and those who support the arts to do what we do best: envision, collaborate, and take action. Let’s ask some important questions, share information about how we proceed, and make our next steps for what the arts can do post referendum.
Read the full invitations from Phelim McDermott, co-Artistic Director of Improbable Theatre, and Tanya Peters, Director of Artistic Planning, Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival, on our blog.
Creation Space Drop In
Sat 1 Oct from 12 noon
This weekend in the Founders Room there is also an opportunity for you to give your ideas on how the new creation and development space that will be created as part of our upcoming redevelopment project gets used. Are you an artist, how do you think that this space could best benefit you? What does the arts scene overall need that could be helped by this creation space? We are particularly interested to hear from BAME artists, LGBTQ artists, deaf and disabled artists. Pop into the Founders Room to see the plans and help form the future.
British Sign Language Interpreted Performances
*If you are a BSL user, please let us know at point of booking if you require this service. More about BSL interpreted performances here.More about BSL interpreted performances here.
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