Farnham Maltings director Gavin Stride on village hall theatre and the “rural touring” label.
Poetry as activism.
Accidental Collective exchange postcards on making a show about hope (when having none).
Pentabus take Rory Mullarkey’s World War One play, Each Slow Dusk, on a rural tour.
Barrel Organ discuss unpredictability and the evolution of their debut show, Nothing.
Action Hero’s James Stenhouse on cynicism, hope and the role of popular culture in Hoke’s Bluff.
Breaking the silence.
Invisible Flock on mobile technology, memories of place and the story spaces of their new app If You Go Away.
George Ramsay of Clout Theatre on censorship, creativity and touring their work in China.
Speech Bubbles, storytelling in primary schools, and the importance of everyday theatre.
Artist-activist Pete the Temp on performance poetry, protest and the spoken word revolution.