Dates and Times
17 Apr 2020 at 2pm
Please note, this event takes place at Blue Elephant Theatre. 59a Bethwin Road, SE5 0XT.
However, please continue to book tickets through CPT’s website.
Presented by STAMP Network
Are you an artist who produces their own work? Or is considering it? Are you wondering about your next step? Would you like to hear from a panel of artists who self-produce and together bring a wide range of experience and work styles into the mix?
Join panellists Natasha Simone, Josie Dale-Jones (This Egg), Paula Varjack and Guillaume Pigé (Theatre Re) for a chance to learn from their successes, mistakes and near-misses as each describes self-producing a show close to their heart. With a panel discussion, Q&A session, break out groups, this event will give you greater insight into the tough world of self-producing as an emerging or early career artist.
The afternoon will wrap up with a networking session and a chance to meet and question STAMP representatives about their areas of work.
STAMP is a group of venues and organisations based in London who supports and produce new theatre and performance work. STAMP’s mission is practical collective action to improve the ways in which artists are supported by our organisations and the industry, and are valued in society more widely.
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