London (4) IB workshop 2018 - Cat 3
October 11 - October 13, 2018
DP Theatre Category 3 – Teaching theatre traditions and practices
Participants will take part in a series of master classes exploring two world theatre traditions.
All participates will attend two professional theatre productions.
The first is a specially commissioned performance by Trestle Theatre Company titled ‘Rachel’ (currently in production). ISTA students and teachers will be the first to see this performance which incorporates full mask and clowning and is about the life of Mrs Rachel Levy, a holocaust survivor. We aim to create a Legacy for survivors, refugees and victims of hate crimes past and present by working creatively with Rachel Levy and her story – https://www.trestle.org.uk/current-projects
The second is ‘Everybody’s Talking about Jamie’ at the Apollo Theatre – Once upon a time, there was a 16-year-old boy who had a secret he wanted to tell…
So, he approached a documentary filmmaker as you do, and asked if they would help him tell it. The resulting documentary was seen by a theatre director and it inspired him to create a musical. A producing regional theatre backed him. He then bumped into a famous musical theatre star who introduced him to a well-known pop composer who was working with a lyricist and book writer. The theatre put on the production. A major producer saw it and offered them a West End theatre – http://www.everybodystalkingaboutjamie.co.uk
25 Red Lion Square
London WC1R 4RL
Please note this IB workshop will take place at the same time as an ISTA student TaPS event. This makes it easier for some teachers to sign up for training due to reduced costs and time away from school.
Registration is now open.
Registration will close on Thursday 30th August 2018.
Travel forms from ISTA artists are due on Thursday 30th August 2018.
A full information pack will be sent to all participants three weeks prior to the workshop.
Participants are advised to arrive into London by evening on Wednesday 10th October 2018 and should not plan to leave the workshop venue until after the last session finishes at 3:00pm on Saturday.
We will only be able to issue a certificate of partial attendance should teachers arrive late or leave early.
All participants should fly into one of London’s airports.
Please arrange travel accordingly.
Participants will be asked to make their own way from the airport to their hotels, using public transport or taxis.
Please note it is the responsibility of teachers and ISTA artists to ensure they have arranged their own visas, as required.
All participants are responsible for booking their own hotel accommodation in London. Teachers might want to choose a location close to Conway Hall for easy access to the workshop venue.
ISTA will be organising accommodation for the ISTA artists for the 10th,11th and 12th October 2018.
Teachers from member schools – GBP £825.
Teachers from non-member schools – GBP £890.
Fees include lunches and tea/coffee breaks daily; master class and two theatre tickets.
ISTA t-shirt – GBP £12.
Any bookings taken in the six weeks prior to the workshop will incur an additional GBP £50 late booking surcharge, subject to availability.
Coffee/tea breaks and lunches are provided as part of the registration fees.
Breakfasts and dinners will not be provided at this event.
Please find below the relevant documentation for you to download:
Starts on Thursday 11 October
Finishes on Saturday 13 October at 15:00
25 Red Lion Square
London WC1R 4RL
Participants• Christina Riley
• Durin Cazac
• Glen Badyna
• Isabel Moraes
• Julie Fraser
• Kyle Carlin
• L.-C. Bérubé
• Malina Patel
• Matt Lynch
• Rebecca Pugh
• Siobhan Buckman
• Thom Graham