Date / Time: Thursday 18th April
Duration: 11.00 - 13.00
Venue: Leicester Adult Education College
Practitioner: Ian Tidbury | Mountview
Theatre and the Community
Location: Leicester Adult Education College
Room: Painting and Drawing Studio
When we move we communicate. It is a constant. Our bodies speak. This workshop focuses onhow we might engage our body's capacity for communication. We will look at simple creation techniques that promote meaningful performance and explore how we generate meaningful narrative. Through our connection to other bodies in space we will create stories and relationships that ultimately lead towards movement that moves, emotionally and physically. It will be a demanding session for anyone who attends, it will inspire and offer the opportunity to create and collaborate with other curious people like yourself. Our workshop will welcome you into a playful atmosphere of practical enquiry.
Ian Tidbury, Head of Theatre for Community & Education at Mountview, is an interdisciplinary theatre-maker and teacher. He was a director and teacher at Bristol Old Vic (2005 - 2011) and most recently wrote and directed Mental for Kane Power Theatre, winning the award for Outstanding Mental Health Play. His PhD research is in Applied Theatre and Liberal Arts Education.