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FREE Online Theatre Workshops for people living in specific neighbourhoods of Brighton & Hove



Free for people living in specific neighbourhoods or anyone living in council or social housing across Brighton & Hove

Delivered in partnership with Trust for Developing Communities and open to people living in specific neighbourhoods.

“I love coming to these workshops because I forget about the rest of my life. My mood lifts, and I feel completely different at the end from how I felt at the beginning.” Brighton People’s Theatre Workshop Member

What’s your story?

We all have stories to tell – of endurance and triumph, agonies and thrills. We hold secrets and we tell lies. We love. We hurt. We have heart and soul.

Brighton People’s Theatre is telling our stories. Putting our tales of friendship and adventure and of loss at centre-stage. Shining a spotlight on the stories that created the people of this city by the sea, the people who make it special.

Join us online to be part of a regular, supportive group for six weeks where you’ll play games, have fun and make new connections. We will support you to write and perform your own story to the rest of the group by week six. All on zoom!

No experience necessary.

We’ll help each other, share ideas, and have some fun. Laughter guaranteed. Come and make new friends and make something to be proud of.

DATES: Tuesday 20 April – Tuesday 25 May 2021 (sign up to the full six-weeks)
TIME: 10.30 am – 12.00 pm
VENUE: ONLINE – we will send you a Zoom link once you have booked
COST: FREE and open to you if you live in the following areas or anyone living in council or social housing across Brighton & Hove:

  • North – Moulsecoomb & Bevendean, Hollingdean, Hollingbury, Coldean
  • Central – Tarner, Phoenix Estate, Pankhurst Rd area & Eastern Rd area
  • East – East Brighton, Bristol Estate, Craven Vale & Woodingdean
  • West – Portslade & Portland Rd

About the workshop facilitator:

Naomi Alexander is BPT’s Artistic Director. She has a background in both community development and theatre. She has worked for organisations such as the Hangleton and Knoll Project, Locality, Battersea Arts Centre, and The Old Vic.

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