BE BOLD FOR CHANGE
2nd of March 2017
—————————————————————————————————————————————————- SUMMERTIME and the living is easy…? Midsummer madness? Midsummer blues? Tune in!!! London Playback Theatre invites you to reflect and enjoy spontaneous theatre made from your stories around summer wibe.
Love and Stuff
Thursday, November 13th 2014 7:30 – 8:30pm Clean Break —————————————————————————————————————————————————-
For more information on the London Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2014 (June 2-11) visit www.creativityandwellbeing.org.uk.
Mental Health Awareness Week (closed performance)
Celebrating Bromley Women – International Women’s Day Women-Only Performance Open invitation from Community Links Bromley to local women who work in community projects or on social justice issues, to come and exchange their experiences of what it is like living and working in Bromley. It will be quite an informal event, where everyone will bring something to share – stories, nourishment, empathy, awareness and inspiration. Friday, March 7th 2014 5:00 – 7:30pm Community House (Central Bromley) For more information on the whole event see “Local Events” at www.communitylinksbromley.org.uk . ——————————————————————————————————— BOOK LAUNCH London Playback Theatre is delighted to perform at the book launch of “Creative Supervision Across Modalities”, edited by Anna Chesner, a dear associate member and and co-founder of our company, and by Lia Zografou. Friday, February 28th 2014 7pm Kids Company ———————————————————————————————————
——————————————————————————————————— NARRATIVE PRACTITIONERS FORUM London Playback Theatre performs in a Narrative Practitioners Forum event, integrated in the World Week for Peace in Palestine-Israel. Tuesday, September 24th 2013 5.30 – 8.15 pm The London Inter Faith Centre An invitation to those who use personal narrative and story in their work to share best practice and learn from each other. Organised by: St Ethelburga’s Contact: 07989 545 958 | email@example.com ———————————————————————————————————
The Night of The Hollow Tortoise Playback Theatre on the Myth of Orpheus, in a night full of Music, Poetry, Music and Visual Arts, to promote the book “The Hollow Tortoise“. Thursday, January 10th 8.00pm The Slaughtered Lamb ——————————————————————————————————— SCHOOL DAYS Funded by the Bermondsey Square Community Fund, this Playback Theatre programme includes a taster workshop and a performance at The Class Rooms, a venue which maintains original features as a Victorian School building, and will not only welcome, but truly resonate with your own School Days’ stories. Sunday, December 9th 4.00pm – 6.30pm The Class Rooms Come and share the joys and tears, the dreams and disappointments, the growth, the friendships, the School-life story you’d like to have played back for you, and allow your sense of community to be nourished by this unique experience. You’ll be able to do a 30-minute Playback Theatre workshop, revisit your School memories over a tea-break and then enjoy a Playback Theatre performance by the London Playback Theatre Company. ——————————————————————————————————— ART AND HEALING A multi-arts fundraising event in support of the children of Fukushima, Japan. With visual artist Oi Nuen Sprunt, dancer/performer Rebecca Woodford-Smith, musician Charles Matthews and London Playback Theatre. Sunday, 28 October 3.00-6.00 pm New Diorama Theatre In this cross-disciplinary collaboration, the artists respond to ‘damage and healing’, as expressed through the ShoutCry Room installation by Oi Nuen Sprunt. The event will commence with a viewing of the ShoutCry Room installation and a solo dance performance by Rebecca Woodford-Smith, accompanied by original electroacoustic gamelan music from Charles Matthews. After an interval where tea and cakes will be served, London Playback Theatre will perform, with the artwork and its theme as inspiration for an improvisational performance of storytelling theatre. Wine and nibbles will conclude the evening. The funding raised by this event will go towards travel costs for Playback AZ to take their work to the children of Fukushima. Each journey costs about ¥80,000. About the project in Japan: Established in 1994 to perform and promote Playback Theatre in Japan, Playback AZ has accumulated experience and developed a high reputation for excellent work over the years, performing regularly in a variety of contexts. With performances across Japan in theatres, community & educational settings, Playback AZ has touched on a variety of social & health care issues, including parenting support, gender equality and diversity. More recently their work has focussed on the Great East Japan Earthquake disaster relief. ——————————————————————————————————— Thursday, September 13th 7.00pm – 9.00pm Essex Church London Playback Theatre performs as part of THE FORGIVENESS PROJECT a week-long exhibition and programme of events, from 9 to 16 September 2012. The theme of this performance will be forgiveness and it will also feature artwork by Heidi Ferid. http://