Scottish Tour • March 2017
Returning to its spiritual home, The Red Chair tours to Scotland in March this year.
Join acclaimed Dundee-born writer and performer Sarah Cameron as she takes you on a journey through a landscape of twisted reason. Told in a rich Scots dialect with physical verve, a musical score that rolls in like the mist over the hills and a dram of whisky to oil the way, The Red Chair tells the story of a man who could not stop eating, the wife doomed to cook his meals and their ‘inveesible’ daughter.
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Clod Ensemble’s free research and development programme for performers, musicians and artists.
Creative Collaboration: Practice Meets Research
Tuesday 7th March • 10am – 5pm • Free
Interdisciplinary collaboration between researchers, artists and scientists is becoming increasingly common, and can lead to rich and rewarding dialogue which feeds artistic and research projects.
Over 21 years, Clod Ensemble has collaborated with many different researchers and academics in many different ways. Led by Suzy Willson, this workshop invites performance makers, choreographers and researchers to consider: How might a researcher play a valuable role in the artistic process? How might an artistic perspective alter or enhance the course of a scientific research project? How might you go about establishing a fruitful partnership?
Application deadline: Tue 21st February, 10am
Creative Collaboration is free to attend but places are limited.
Musicians and Stage Presence
Friday 24th March • 10am – 5pm • Free
This workshop starts from the premise that stage presence is something you can work at, not simply something you are born with. For musicians at all stages of their career, this workshop will help musicians understand how our physicality affects the way we come across on stage, what unconscious cues we send to an audience by the way we present ourselves (whether from over exuberance or inhibition) and how an awareness of your own physicality can help all round musicianship.
Application deadline: Friday 10th March, 10am
Musicians and Stage Presence is free to attend but places are limited.
Musicians in Cardiff should also have a look at Barod - Swn Festival's music industry training programme.
Between February and April, Barod wil include workshops and lectures delivered by leading industry experts covering marketing, technical riders, registering for royalties, managing money and more.
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