• Date and time: Wednesday 8 February 2023, 1.30pm to 3.30pm
  • Location: Large Rehearsal Room, Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media Building, Campus East, University of York (Map)
  • Audience: Open to students
  • Admission: Free admission, booking required

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Event details

This workshop is open to anyone with an interest in performance practice, no matter your experience level. We are offering this workshop both to disabled and neurodivergent communities, and to nondisabled people who wish to improve their understanding and abilities in creative access.

This workshop will provide insight into some of the vast and wonderful possibilities to be found within performance practice, and how thinking creatively can provide fantastic access routes into performance pieces.

In this practical workshop, you will…

  • Learn about devising performance that is accessible and representative.
  • Learn how technical elements of performance can aid access
  • Consider how these principles can apply to your own practice

You can expect:

  • A relaxed atmosphere
  • A mix of practical exercises and group discussion
  • A break halfway through

You don’t need to bring anything! Just an open mind.

If you would like to discuss an access need with us, please email thenotgodcomplex@outlook.com

The Not God Complex’s show All in Good Time is playing at London Vault Festival 24 - 27 January.

@notgodcomplex

Photo credits: Katie Glen

About the performers

Zoë Glen (co-director, She/They)

Zoë is a scottish multidisciplinary performance-maker, actor-trainer and researcher making work about folkore, queerness and the wonders of human brains. She is interested in the role of linguistic and rhetoric in creating theatrical  narratives.

Billie Grace (co-director, She/They)

Billie is a multidisciplinary artist who grew up between Zagreb, Croatia and London. She primarily works with dance and movement with an interest in queer and witchy theatre. Billie is constantly trying to expand her work into as many new fields as possible, asking herself where the confines of different categories of art lie; and why are they there in the first place.

 

Venue details

  • Wheelchair accessible

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