#JMKSpace: Exploring Form
In this zoom workshop Kirsty will explore the techniques she uses to find the right form for each different piece of work and story. Covering aesthetic, structure and technology, we’ll be looking at how you can really push each piece you make to be fully, uniquely itself.
The session will take place 10 – 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday 15th December on Zoom, and will be facilitated by Piers Black.
This free #JMKSpace event is open to all and 15 spaces are available on a first come first served basis. To apply to take part please complete the form at the bottom of the page no later than 5pm on 9th December.
As with all our events, please inform us as soon as possible if you are no longer able to attend.
If you have any further access requirements, need technical support or have any other questions, please indicate on the form or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Kirsty Housley is a director, writer and dramaturg. She won the Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award in 2003 for Cue Deadly: A Live Film Project and was twice nominated for the stage award for innovation (winning in 2017 for The Encounter) Recent work includes creating The Long Goodbye with Riz Ahmed for MIF/BAM; Mephisto (A Rhapsody) at The Gate Theatre (director); Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran at The Traverse, HOME Manchester and BAC (co-creator); Tao of Glass for Manchester International Festival (co-director); Avalanche: A Love Story at The Barbican and Sydney Theatre (Dramaturg); Phillip Pullman’s Grimm Tales at The Unicorn (director); I’m a Phoenix, Bitch for Bryony Kimmings (director); Misty at The Bush and the West End (Dramaturg); Myth at the RSC (co-written with Matt Hartley); The Believers are but Brothers (director); A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer for Complicite, National Theatre and HOME Manchester (as dramaturg in 2017, and as writer director on 2018 international tour), The Encounter for Complicite (co-director); Wanted and 9 for Chris Goode and Company, Transform Festival and West Yorkshire Playhouse (co-director); Walking the Tightrope for Offstage and Theatre Uncut; All I Want for Live Theatre, Leeds Libraries and Jackson’s Lane; Mass for Amy Mason at Bristol Old Vic and Camden Peoples Theatre; The Beauty Project and Theatre Uncut 2012 at the Young Vic; How to be Immortal for Penny Dreadful at Soho Theatre and on tour; Bandages at the Corn Exchange Newbury and on tour; Thirsty for The Paper Birds and Blue Jam for Etcetera Theatre Company.
Kirsty is currently developing new work with The National Theatre, Complicite, Clean Break and Hampstead Theatre.
Thanks to The Golsoncott Foundation, The Thistle Trust, The Chapman Charitable Trust and Didymus for their support for #JMKSpace.