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Theatre as a Space for All Workshop with Phosphoros Theatre

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For young people in the age range of GCSE to Undergraduate level (ages 14-19), this creative workshop is aimed at people beginning to develop their creative routes.

Liverpool Biennial 2021, The Stomach and The Port, takes the curatorial approach of ‘Kinship’ – the bonds and relationships which connect us to our families, the community and beyond, to include the wider world of nature and technology.

The workshop will unpack this idea of Kinship through perspectives of those working with Kinship in their values and will take place on 2nd June from 4pm to 6pm.

Phosphoros Theatre group work with, as and for asylum and refugee communities through the medium of theatre and drama. They will produce a workshop bridging the international contemporary practices of the Biennial to these communities and values.

The Workshop will:

  • Be a creative exercise in doing, making or thinking that will teach the young people more about Phosphoros Theatre and The Stomach and The Port.
  • Create an opportunity for the attendees to develop either a skill, an idea, a process or even just time to think in a creative or contemporary way.

The overall session should leave the attendees with either some things to think about, to do, to question, to see and respond to in their personal creative journey.

Please click here to find out more and book a place.

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Liverpool Biennial

Type of offer:

Digital/online activity or resource Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform Young people’s opportunity to visit, experience and participate in art or culture

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Session length:

2 hours



Nature of activity or art form:

Exhibition Festival / event Film / digital art Theatre Visual art

Subject or curriculum focus:

Art & design Drama