#JMK Space – Making work with Young People and Teenagers
Ned Glasier, Artistic Director, Company Three
In this workshop, Artistic Director and founder of Company Three, Ned Glasier, will share some of the principles and practice that underpin Company Three’s work, with a specific focus on how to create space in which young people can be genuinely involved in the creation of work.
Unlimited places available.
The workshop will take place 11.00am – 1.00 p.m on Friday 2nd October on Zoom.
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Ned Glasier is a theatre-maker specialising in work made by, for and with young people. His work includes projects with a wide variety of theatres in London and across the UK. He founded Company Three in 2008. He was the inaugural ArtWorks Fellow at the Barbican Theatre between 2013-15 and currently teaches at Goldsmiths, University of London, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and Central School of Speech and Drama.
Company Three is a leading force for change for teenagers in their local community and around the world. They give teenagers the power and space to tell their own stories and make their own change; to be listened to, understood and celebrated. Their work includes Brainstorm at the National Theatre and BBC iPlayer, The Act at the Yard Theatre and Royal Exchange Theatre and Boat at Battersea Arts Centre.
11.00am – 1.00pm on Friday 2nd October
#JMKSpace on Zoom