Residency & Workshops

A creative residency by Jamie Hale
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As part of a residency at a London theatre this autumn, I will be running two free workshops for disabled artists, focusing on developing performance skills.


A performance workshop by Jamie Hale

Application deadline extended until midnight, 17th September

DISABLED JOY

9th October

14:00-16:00

Theatre space at the Barbican Centre

 

 

 

A performance workshop on the theme of DISABLED JOY, where participants bring existing work that relates to this theme and explore how to perform it on stage. The workshop is free, and places are limited to six. To find out more, or apply for a place, visit DISABLED JOY (easy read version).


A storytelling workshop by Jamie Hale

Application deadline extended until midnight, 17th September

WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HERE

10th October

10:30-12:30

Theatre space at the Barbican Centre

 

 

A performance and storytelling workshop called WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HERE, which will explore how we can communally create a mythology of disabled people in the past, present, and future. The workshop is also free, and places are again limited to six. To find out more, or apply for a place, visit WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HERE (easy read version).


During the residency I will be developing a poetry show, tentatively titled “NOT DYING”, in which I explore¬†what it means to be dying, living, and existing in the world as a disabled person. I will be working on misery and mortality, but also joy, resilience and community – themes that inspire two creative workshops I’ll be running as part of the residency.

 


To find out more about how I will process the data of applicants to these workshops, please see the privacy notice