Rockvilla, National Theatre of Scotland, 125 Craighall Road, G4 9TL
Join Lucy Gaizely leading artist, key collaborator with 21Common and co-curator of the National Theatre of Scotland's Scotland-wide Futureproof festival for a theatre workshop, celebrating the Year of Young People. Lucy will be joined by a member of the Company’s Youth Project team/young theatre practitioner.
Lucy Gaizely is a producer and artist of new work, encompassing live art practice, participation and hybrid art forms with a particular focus on diversity. She asks ‘who is and can be an artist?’ and uses this question to motivate her practice.
Lucy makes performance art that interrogates motherhood and society's collective (or not) responsibilities to this, and works collaboratively as an artist developing arts projects that promote social change with adults and young people. Lucy is co-curator on Futureproof, the National Theatre of Scotland's major radical new festival of international performing arts, created by young people working alongside renowned Scottish, British and international theatre practitioners to be staged Scotland-wide in Sept - October 2018. This workshop is for young people as part of the Futureproof programme.
Sat 15th, 11am-1pm
Booking essential - nationaltheatrescotland.com/glasgow-doors-open-day
Accessibility: No steps and double entrance door
Please contact National Theatre of Scotland re specific access requirements
This workshop is for 14 to 26 year olds
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