In June, Britain shocked the world – and at least 48% of its residents – by voting to leave the EU. The country was propelled into one of the biggest crises for decades, the fall-out from which may last for years. So where does the Brexit vote leave us? What now for Remain supporters? What new relationships with Europe – and with our own European-ness – might evolve?
Following on from our Before the Referendum event in the spring, CPT again partners with the European Theatre Research Network (University of Kent), the Inside/Outside Europe Research Network (University of Winchester) and Birkbeck Centre for Contemporary Theatre, to bring you a one-day festival exploring European identity. Featuring specially commissioned new performances from artists including Pablo Pakula, Jesse Fox and Ben Hadley – plus talks, discussions and provocations – After the Referendum is the place to be as the struggle to define post-Brexit Britain begins.
Tickets are £12/ 10 (conc) for an afternoon or evening ticket. Why not upgrade and spend the whole day at CPT for just £16 /£14! Simply add both tickets into your basket and we’ll do the rest.
2pm – New Europe by Jesse Fox in association with Engineer Theatre Collective (35mins)
2.45pm – Talk #1: Culture, post-Brexit (90mins approx)
4.30pm – If/Then by Lisa Alexander and Hari Marini (45mins)
5.30pm – No More These Sounds by Pablo Pakula (30mins)
6.15pm – Talk #2: Reflecting on the referendum (90mins approx)
8pm – Migrant Classics by Dominic Glynn (30mins)