JMK Birmingham Rep – Save the Date for our January Residency

Working with Creatives

Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 January (11am-4pm both days)

Two days exploring the relationships and collaborative possibilities of working with a creative team.  This residency  is a unique chance to discuss practices, working with the following experienced industry professionals:

Prema Mehta - Lighting Designer 
(Credits include productions for The Young Vic, Fame UK tour, Sheffield Theatres, Curve, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Watford Palace and many more...)
http://www.premamehta.com/
 
Chris Flux - Stage Manager, Lighting Programmer and Technical Manager
(Ex Head of Technical at Leicester Curve)
https://www.ald.org.uk/christopherflux  

Gabrielle Moleta - Movement Director
(A performer, actor-trainer and versatile movement director with 25 years’ international professional experience working in theatre, movement, classical text, physical theatre, new writing and motion capture.  Works around the world in movement and improvisation)
https://www.rada.ac.uk/about-us/acting-teaching-staff/gabrielle-moleta/
 
Nikki Disney - Wellbeing coach
(Expert in wellbeing for artists and directors in the workplace and rehearsal room)
 
Both days will be fun and interactive, with lots of time for discussion and questions as well as practical exercises.

How to Sign Up:

Please rsvp to Sarah-Katy.Davies@birmingham-rep.co.uk. Please come along to both days for the full experience, but if you can only make it along to some of the time - do let us know and we can accommodate that.

On the Saturday, the residency day will be followed by a workshop about applying for the JMK Award (4-5.30pm). We encourage all emerging directors eligible for the Award to stay for this workshop - please let Sarah-Katy know if you will also be attending this as well.