How to Change the World in Seven Days at the Plymouth Barbican
How to Change the World in Seven Days is at the Barbican Theatre, this week. On Wednesday the free poetry and photography workshop of Zena Edwards will develop your confidence and get you a free ticket to her evening performance of the highly rated Security. (From The People’s Republic of South Devon)
But if you don’t manage to enrol for Zena’s workshops, it’s only £5 to Security, a ‘comical and moving tale of unexpected friendship confronts the issues of security and identity through a fusion of performance poetry, theatre, movement and song’. Phew.
The evening is dedicated to Ahmad Ismael Khatib, a Palestinian child killed by an Israeli soldier. His parents donated his organs to Israeli children as a gesture of hope for peace.
Also on in the week is a day of cultural fun and games on Thursday, February 19 between 11am and 4pm.
A confidence workshop, on Friday, February 11am to 1pm.
A disability awareness workshop, featuring the theatrical workshop shenanigans of Strictly Collaborative and the PRSD’s very own Ems Coombes.
And the How to Change the World in Seven Days end event on Saturday February 21 at 7pm.
Catch more details, registration forms and what not from the Barbican Theatre site.
posted by Cptn
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