Events

Art and Migration Series:
Talk by Douglas Rintoul

Tue 15 December, 7.30 - 9pm

Rivington Place

London, UK

Free event, booking essential

Join us for the final talk in this three-part series exploring creative practices and migration.

Douglas Rintoul, the Artistic Director of Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and the touring company Transport, will discuss the techniques and approaches he employs to reflect stories of migration in theatre.

The work of Transport over the past four years has focused on ways of engaging mainstream theatre audiences with narratives and the experience of migration. Much of the process of making these works has explored possibilities of gaining profound empathy from audiences with narratives that they wouldn’t normally chose to experience.

This event is organised by the Art Activism Network, which was born out of Autograph ABP and Will Essilfie's series of Art Activism Summer Schools in Summer 2015. The Art Activism Network meets monthly at Autograph ABP to share skills and provide feedback to group members; as well as produce a programme of public talks/ workshops to enhance learning in the field.

About Douglas Rintoul

Douglas is the artistic director of the national touring company Transport.

He read Drama & Theatre Arts at The University of Birmingham, going on to win a Regional Theatre Director Scheme Bursary to train at Salisbury Playhouse, selection for the Royal National Theatre Studio Young Director's Programme and an Esmeé Fairbairn Regional Theatre Initiative Award. His script for his production Elegy recently won a Royal National Theatre Foundation Playwright's Award. His devised production 1001 Nights for the Unicorn Theatre/Transport was nominated for the Off West End Award for Best Production for Young People.

Booking

This event is free, however booking is essential. To book, use the form on this webpage, Eventbrite, or phone 020 7749 1240.

Additional Info

Venue
Rivington Place
London
EC2A 3BA

T: info@rivingtonplace.org
P: 0207 749 1240

Rivington Place is fully accessible. Disabled parking bays are available, please call in advance to reserve.