Starts at 9:00am on Thursday 12th October 2017.
Finishes at 3:00pm on Saturday 14th October 2017.
The University of Salford
School of Arts and Media
New Adelphi Building, University of Salford,
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DP Theatre Category 1, DP Theatre Category 2.
Registration is now open and will close on 12th September 2017.
Travel form from artists are due by 12th September 2017.
A full information pack will be sent to all participants three weeks prior to the workshop.
Participants are advised to arrive into Manchester by the evening on Wednesday 11th October 2017 and should not plan to leave the University until after the last session finishes at 3:00pm on Saturday.
Early departures will mean a fully completed certificate of attendance will NOT be able to be issued.
Please arrange travel accordingly.
All participants should fly into Manchester.
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 Manchester.
ISTA will be organising accommodation for the ISTA artists for the 11th, 12th and 13th October 2017.
Teachers from member schools: £815.00
Teachers from non-member schools: £880.00
ISTA t-shirt: £12.00
Registration fees and surcharges will be invoiced on completion of registration.
Coffee/tea breaks and lunches are provided as part of your registration fees.
Breakfasts and dinners will not be provided at this event.
Teachers attending will have one 90-minute master class with Matt Lynch on Leqoc.
All participants will attend two professional theatre performances.
Our Town at the Royal Exchange Theatre.
A bona fide American classic, Our Town tells the story of Emily and George, two unremarkable teenagers growing up in a small New Hampshire town at the turn of the last century. You’re invited to eavesdrop on this tightly wound community as events unfold – both the apparently trivial and the deeply profound – across the course of a decade. Rich with detail and shot through with a distinctive mix of light and shade, Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning smalltown epic of human existence remains as theatrically fresh and as topical as ever: Our Town, but also, unmistakably, yours. Directed by Sarah Frankcom.
Then We Are Ian at Home.
1989. Manchester. The year that everything changed from black and white into crazy technicolour. A frenzy of drugs, beats and bucket hats. Illegal raves. Acid parties. Just jumping up and down in a field and throwing two fingers to Thatcher… Remember it? Ian does. So, we’re going back to 1989. We’re gonna get off our peanuts. We’re gonna bounce around like idiots. And Ian’s going to show us how. We’re mad ‘fer it. And you will be too. Let’s party. We Are Ian is about Ian, who was around in the late 80s and early 90s Acid House scene in Manchester. The show is made from recordings of real conversations and scored by tracks from the era.
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Rep: Ian Pike
TWL: Samantha Pierce
TWL: Jen Tickle