MON 19 FEB 2018 | OFFICE HOURS WITH: A SENIOR PRODUCER, HEAD OF SOUND AND HEAD OF PRODUCTION
why office hours?
Open Exchange Office Hours builds on our ethos of building a collaborative network of artists and theatre makers in Greater Manchester. In our day to day practice, everyone gets jammed up from time to time. That’s OK - all you need to do is ask for a little help. And we've got the people in-house at the Royal Exchange Theatre who want to offer it!
IF YOU DON'T ASK, YOU'LL NEVER KNOW
Regardless of whether you’ve just graduated or a seasoned artist or theatre maker, there’s always more to learn. So, don’t be shy - just head to The Rivals Cafe in the Royal Exchange Theatre on the dates and times below, and start asking questions!
Before you come learn a little more about the advisor you want to meet, and ready the questions you want to ask.
WHO'S IN THE OFFICE?
Ric Watts, Senior Producer
Simon Curtis, Head of Production
Sorcha Williams, Head of Sound
WHEN / HOW TO REGISTER?
Date: Tuesday 19 February January 2018
Time: 10.00 am - 1.00 pm
Venue: The Rivals Cafe, Royal Exchange Theatre
As we're still trialing Office Hours, we won't have a booking schedule or a time limit just yet. No booking is required, just show up!
Accessibility: We want to be well prepared to make you feel welcomed and comfortable at the session. If you have any access requirements (including requiring BSL interpretation), please click here to download and fill in the Access Form. Email it to Grace Ng-Ralph or call 0161 615 6709 to discuss further requirements.
upcoming office hours
As this is a trial, we're also playing around with timings and days of the week to see which best fits.
Monday 12 March, 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
with Richard Delight (Head of Technical), Inga Hurst (Director of Creative Learning and Engagement), Laura Arends (Director of Marketing and Communications)
Wednesday 11 April, 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Friday 18 May, 10.00 am - 5.00 pm
Open Exchange provides a series of development opporunities for emerging artists of all disciplines, rooted in the belief that collaboration creates great art and brilliant theatre doesn't always begin with a script. Sign up here for opportunities.