Indiana Jones and the Extra Chair: Spoken Word Workshops at Southbank Centre (age 18-25)

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Southbank Centre is looking for 10 up and coming writers to take part in Indiana Jones and the Extra Chair, a very exciting project with spoken word artist Simon Mole involving workshops and performances in two live shows at Southbank Centre:

Simon Mole’s ground-breaking one man show is a spoken word adventure that takes place over the evening meal. Every family dinner needs a hero. Mike is twenty-three years old but still asks ‘what would Indy do?’ at times of crisis, and it’s crunch time when we meet him at a busy train station on his way to his Mum’s.

http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whatson/indiana-jones-and-the-extra-chair-77919

The project is an opportunity for you to work with spoken word artist Simon Mole and critically acclaimed site-specific theatre director Peader Kirk on a series of workshops where you will create new work which will be performed alongside Simon in the live shows on Monday 14th & Tuesday 15th October at Southbank Centre.

Eligibilty:  Are you:

  • A poet/spoken word artist and keen to work on your writing and performance skills?
  • Between 18 – 25
  • Available on the following dates:

Monday September 30th – 6pm – 9pm
Wednesday October 2nd – 6pm – 9pm
Monday October 7th – 6pm – 9pm
Wednesday October 9th – 6pm – 9pm
Saturday October 12th – 11am – 6pm

Monday 14th October – 7.30pm – 10pm (performance)
Tuesday 15th October – 7.30pm – 10pm (performance)

The Southbank Centre can offer London travel expenses for participants and 2 tickets to one of the show nights.

How to apply:  If you are interested, please email Bea Colley & Afia Yeboah at  Literatureandspokenword@southbankcentre.co.uk with your name, date of birth, email and phone number, and no more than 500 words on previous experience, any publications or performance experience and why you would like to be involved in the project.  Please mark your email ‘Indiana Jones’.

Deadline:  Friday 20 September 2013 at noon

Source:  Arts Council e-newsletter

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