Smashing Times Theatre Compan presents Theatre of Conflict: Clowning, Creativity and Peace building, a two day Theatre Symposium and Performances in The Dock Arts Centre this friday and Saturday, June 7 & 8.
A two-day symposium using drama workshops, discussions and theatre performances to explore the intersection between clowning, creativity and peace building, and to promote equality, diversity and the coming together of different communities in mutual understanding and respect. Artists and speakers include Clowns without Borders, Veronica Coburn and Raymond Keane, Barabbas Theatre Company, Jim Arbuckle, Good Relations Facilitator, and Maria Mc Bride and Carol Walsh, Smashing Times Theatre Company. The symposium includes a theatre performance of Thou Shalt Not Kill on Friday 7 June, in the Dock Arts Centre and Uprising, a showcase of a new installation in development that asks why do we kill for a cause, why do we die for a cause? Performances are open to the public. Events are free, booking required and lunch provided. Participants do not need to have any previous experience of drama to take part.
Theatre Performances – Thou Shalt Not Kill and Uprising on Friday 7 June, 7.30pm. Installation of ‘living theatre’ performances by Smashing Times Theatre Company starting at 7.30 and followed by a post-show discussion with the creative artists and invited guest speaker.
Bookings on The Dock on: (071) 96650828.