Discuss, debate and dissect productions with fellow audience members
PARLIAMENT SQUARE PLATFORM EVENT
- 21 October 2017
- The Studio
How might one person affect a wider social movement, and do individuals feel they have a political voice? Is political activism dead? What is more powerful – a single voice or the collective voice of a community?
Explore the place that politics and activism have in the 21st Century with panellists Faiza Shaheen, Director of the Centre for Labour and Social Studies, Maria Munir - award-winning activist, public speaker and writer, Lauren Stocks - the Manchester schoolgirl who become the talk of the Labour party conference after giving an impassioned speech about education that went viral, and Tom Ross-Williams - Artistic Director of Populace - a theatre company which re-invigorates political theatre with a sense of inclusivity, vibrancy and optimism.
PLATFORM EVENTS are an opportunity for you to delve deeper into the world and themes of each play, enabling audiences, experts and people with specific interests to enter into a high profile discussion around some of the core questions and issues at the heart of each production..
These Platform Events are in partnership with Manchester University.
- Event Information
VENUE: The Studio
EVENT DATE & TIME: Saturday 21 October, 12.30pm
TICKET INFORMATION: All tickets £5
BOOK TICKETS: Box Office 0161 833 9833 / online
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PARLIAMENT SQUARE POST-SHOW DISCUSSION
After Wednesday 25 October Evening Performance
No need to book tickets for discussion
Book tickets for performance
PARLIAMENT SQUARE THEATRE CLUB
Discuss, debate and dissect productions with fellow audience members in this friendly and informal club
Thursday 26 October, 11am
Free but ticketed. Please book at Box Office 0161 833 9833 / online
World Premiere by James Fritz - Winner of Judges' Award, 2015 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting
Directed by Jude Christian. A RET and Bush Theatre co-production.
18 October - 28 October 2017
Box Office 0161 833 9833 / online / more information