Creating Autobiographical Performance Work
Creating Autobiographical Performance WorkCreating Autobiographical Performance Work

Join Krishna Istha, a London-based performance artist, comedian, theatre maker and screenwriter for a workshop that explores how artists and performers can craft autobiographical, genre-pushing works. Participants will delve into idea-generating exercises, examining the use of personal experiences to shape stories, experimenting with form and structure, and will be encouraged to create their own material.

Presented by Queer Amusements as part of The Old Electric’s Power Plays festival and The Blackpool Comedy Festival. Queer Amusements is commissioned by Marlborough Productions, as part of their New Queers on the Block programme, Aunty Social and supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

Recommended age: 18+

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Creating Autobiographical Performance Work

Date: 11th Jul, 2024
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

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