'Creating Theatre' Live Panel

  • Haylee Campbell
  • GoodBadMad Admin
  • Jess Willis
  • Meg Elys

Have you ever wondered how theatre is made? Who is involved? What goes into such magical productions - are you wondering that now? Well if so, join us for a night where we plan to discuss just that! We've got top London artistic directors and producers in the room to walk you through the top tips and tricks that make immaculate stage shows and theatre what it is. Meg Elys, GoodBadMad, will host a panel event filled with amazing theatre makers including: Josephine Burton - Artistic Director and co-founder of "Dash Arts" Josephine Burton is a director, artist and sometimes producer of award-winning cross art-form work nationally and internationally over the last 20 years. She is Artistic Director and co-founder of the international arts organisation, Dash Arts. Recent highlights include Olivier-Award winning Babel by Sidi Larbi Cherkoaui, Damien Jalet and Antony Gormley, new work with choreographer Hofesh Shechter, the creation and direction of Dash Residences such as Dash Arts Dacha, Dash Eurosquat and Dash Arts Forum with Tate Modern, British Library and Latitude Festival. Josephine is a curator and producer of over 200 productions with venues including Barbican, Sadler’s Wells, Roundhouse, Kennedy Center, Royal Albert Hall, and South Bank Centre. She is music adviser for PRS Foundation, regular host of live conversations and podcasts, and a professional vocalist. Paul Clayton - Actor, director, author and columnist for “The Stage" Paul Clayton is an actor, dir­ect­or, au­thor and colum­nist for “The Stage”. Best know to audi­ences for his roles in “Peep Show”, “Him and Her” and Holby City as well as stints in sev­er­al soap op­er­as, he was most re­cently seen in “Danny Boy” and is cur­rently prep­ping to film in a new fantasy series for HBO. He spent ten years as Chair­man of the Act­ors Centre and is the au­thor of two books for act­ors. “So You Want To Be A Cor­por­ate Act­or” and “The Work­ing Act­or”. As a dir­ect­or he spent eight years dir­ect­ing pro­duc­tions at many lead­ing rep theatres through­out the coun­try. He is pat­ron of The Hope Theatre in Is­ling­ton. As a nov­el­ist, his thrillers “ The Pun­ish­ment” and ‘The Hoax” are both five star reads and he has just dir­ec­ted his first fea­ture film. Along­side his film and tv work, he works in the cor­por­ate world sta­ging events for ma­jor cli­ents around the world. He spent lock­down study­ing for dip­lo­mas in Crim­in­al Psy­cho­logy and Con­versa­tion­al Hyp­nosis & he is cur­rently avail­able for panto! Phil Bartlett - Director and newly appointed Artistic Director of "The Hope Theatre" in Islington Phil trained as a director at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and was previously the Resident Assistant Director at Theatre Royal Plymouth. His work as director includes Marie, which won the Scottish Arts Club Bright Spark Award at the Edinburgh Fringe and then toured Scotland with Perth Theatre, and A Christmas Carol at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester. A former finalist for the JMK Award, Phil was Resident Director on the UK and Ireland tour of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Matilda the Musical. He has delivered outreach and education courses for the Young Vic and Bigfoot Arts Education, managed ticketing for festivals including LIFT and Dance Umbrella, and is a visiting practitioner on the BA Acting programme at the University of Plymouth. https://theatreweekly.com/phil-bartlett-announced-as-new-artistic-director-of-the-hope-theatre/ We will discuss their journeys into theatre, and the lessons they've learned along the way, as well as outlining the best way to approach devising and producing new work. *There will be drinks and networking after the panel event also! Location: 01 Zero One, 01 Hopkins St, London W1F 0HS Date: 13th October 2021 Time: 7pm After a year of Zoom calls and online events, we are so eager to get you back into a room with each other to fully aid your career growth, and help you find new creative teams and opportunities. We so look forward to seeing you there as we continue to break standard norms, and break you into the industry! (lookout as we plan to host these on the regular!) Limited tickets are available, so get in quick. First in first served. Want to find out more? Web: https://goodbadmad.com/ IG: @goodbadmad Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/goodbadmad/id1502435331 Spotify Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/5mPWDyu31GPnbXGGJXLGps


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