A series of uplifting conversations with internationally renowned performance makers for young audiences
After the success of ‘Getting Through The Cracks’ in 2020 and in response to the brilliant feedback we received from attendees in both the UK and internationally, we’re delighted to be facilitating another series of uplifting conversations for performance makers for young audiences – Getting Through The Cracks – Part Two.
We will be hosting this new series of online conversations between June 2021 through to early 2022 with renowned performance makers asking them to share a ‘behind the scenes’ look at their process. These enlightening conversations will happen amongst makers such as Veerle Kerckhoven & Randi De Vlieghe (BRONKS); Natasha Gilmore (Barrlowland Ballet); Louise Katerega, Ross Willis, Sally Cookson, and our very own Nikki Sved. During these informal hour-long chats, we’ll invite you to ask questions and contribute to the discussion, as well as encouraging you to share contact details so that the conversations can continue once the hour is over…
Join us as we gather our community together to learn, listen and inspire once more.
JUNE 24TH 2021 – 1PM (GMT) – BRONKS (BELGIUM)
JULY 29TH 2021 – 1PM (GMT) – ROSS WILLIS & SALLY COOKSON (UK)
SEPTEMBER 22ND 2021 – 1PM (GMT) – BARROWLAND BALLET (SCOTLAND)
Please note, we’re kindly asking attendees to pay what they can for a ticket. Any amount you’re able to give is immensely appreciated. The zoom link to join the talk you have booked will be in your booking confirmation email, please make sure to check your junk/spam files. If you have any issues booking please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01392 217315.
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Getting Through The Cracks – Part One – 2020
CLICK HERE to look back at what happened at our first ‘Getting Through The Cracks’ from 2020. Read about the highlights from each talk, and watch the recordings.
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