Forum Theatre workshop 10.07.2010

Adrian Jackson is the artistic Director and founder of Cardboard Citizens, a theatre company that works with homeless people using the Theatre of the Oppressed (TO). This world-renowned system allows people to use theatre to look at issues of importance in their lives and society at large.

Come join us for an afternoon initiation into this transformational theatre form and a rare opportunity to learn from one of the world’s leading practitioners. This workshop will include simple games and exercises, including Image Theatre, offering a unique opportunity to have an insight into this work, which is used in development and other contexts throughout the world. No experience is necessary, come as you are.
All profits from this workshop will go towards Bold Vision.
To register, please email with your name, mobile number and email & we will send you an invoice!
Hurry, this one will book up fast!
When: 10th July 12pm – 6pm
Cost: £30 (some bursary places available, please apply to the committee stating your  reasons for wanting a free place.
Where: Telegraph Hill Community Centre, Kitto Road, London SE14 5TY

New studs for Telegraph Hill 29.05.2010

The temporary stud wall to protect the storage area (that we built in April before the floor slab was cast) needed to be demolished again, in preparation for the building of new walls sitting on the back edge of the floor slab.

So four of us did that. The materials are ready to be recycled yet again.

We also started to paint the rear brick wall.

During the week, Ian continued to build one of the glazed walls – it can be seen on the left.