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Alison Porter Receives Support from the Space Theatre, Docklands

Last month doctoral candidate Alison Porter made an appearance as a panellist on The Space Theatre Docklands 'Live at 5' 50th broadcast on Facebook.
The Space is small theatre in Docklands which champions new writing (patron Sir Ian McKellen). They've been running a crowd funding campaign with a target of £15k as part of #saveourtheatres. Last month they met the target and Alison appeared on a panel with a group of playwrights and actors who will be sponsored by the campaign funds to talk about their work. As Adam Hemming (Artistic Director) says in the interview, Alison has been working with the Space for a while both as a playwright and also as a reader of play submissions, so it's great that she is able to be involved with them again. Her support package will involve receiving dramaturgical advice and guidance from their literary manager, Mike Carter, as she develops Land of Eagles - a set of verbatim monologues about Human Trafficking from Albania
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Mon 09 Nov 2020, 12:41 | Tags: Research Postgraduate Industry Funding

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Artists After Covid podcast

We are pleased to announced the latest in our podcasts exploring the impacts of Covid on the cultural sector. 'Artists After CovidLink opens in a new window' is a live recording of an event at Birmingham Rep on 28th March exploring what steps we can take to build back a fairer and more sustainable work environment for creative freelancers.

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