BGA 2020: Symposium -Decolonising Theatre with Contact

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
BGA 2020: Symposium -Decolonising Theatre with Contact

BGA 2020: Symposium -Decolonising Theatre at Contact Theatre, Manchester 24 October 2020 Tickets from £5.00 — Book now

Black Gold Arts Festival 2020 will open with a Symposium about Decolonising Theatre – with talks from Topher Campbell and Selina Thompson, chaired by Cheryl Martin.

Join this esteemed panel of artists, academics and activists for this insightful online event.

BGA 2020: Symposium -Decolonising Theatre at Contact Theatre, Manchester 24 October 2020 Tickets from £5.00 Book now

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