News Archives: Dramaturgy
Posted on 30 March 2017 in Dramaturgy
The next offering from STATE OF THE ARTS programme is SMALL TALK; a practical two day workshop for theatre makers on creating small, tour-able work.
The workshop is part of the Cathedral Quarters Arts Festival and takes place 3rd and 4th May.
Deadline: 12 noon Tuesday 18th of April.
For more information and how to apply click on this post.
Posted on 3 February 2017 in Dramaturgy
Tinderbox has launched its first ever crowdfunding initiative to help fund our brand new theatre production 'Famla' by John McCann and to support local work reach new audiences across Northern Ireland.
Please join us in bringing the best new writing to our stages, supporting Northern Irish talent and creating a literary legacy for the future.
Follow this link to get to the Tinderbox Crowdfunder Page to find out more and to chip in.
Posted on 25 October 2016 in Dramaturgy
Mark Ravenhill and Hanna Slattne
Tinderbox Dramaturg Hanna Slättne was awarded the prestigious Kenneth Tynan Award at a ceremony in London on Sunday evening. The award was presented to her by playwright Mark Ravenhill and is a biannual event hosted ...
Posted on 14 August 2016 in Dramaturgy
MANY STORIES:DIFFERENT VOICES is a professional workshop for theatre makers. It’s a 2 day practical workshop and participants will work in groups to develop materials, structure them and come up with a production concept, so some experience in making work for audiences is helpful.
We are looking for writers, performers, storytellers, directors and/or choreographers.
Click on post for further details.
Posted on 11 August 2016 in Dramaturgy
Tinderbox is very excited to offer two
different opportunities; for playwrights and for theatremakers, to make a submission through our OPEN CALL during the month of September 2016. The window is open from the 1st of September until midnight on Monday 26th of September.
For details click on this post
Posted on 19 May 2016 in Dramaturgy
IMPULSE TO MAKE - intense and spontaneous creation for theatre makers
A physical and dramaturgical workshop for theatre makers interested in improvisation and in making groundbreaking, beautiful work with integrity in a week.
Patrick O’Reilly and Hanna Slättne will be sharing the process, the learning points and tools used to create IGNITION. The workshop will stir the imagination, create new connections and explore new ways of working.
Date: 18th June, 11 – 5 pm
Location: The MAC
How to apply: please send a paragraph about your work and what excites you about this opportunity and a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st of June. The workshop is free but spaces limited.
Posted on 6 May 2016 in Dramaturgy
Outburst 10 for 10: Making It Queer – STATE OF THE ARTS workshop
Tinderbox is delighted to partner with OUTBURST ARTS to celebrate their 10th anniversary and to launch our new cutting edge State Of The Arts initiative; a ...
Posted on 6 May 2016 in Dramaturgy
Tinderbox is launching a whole new raft of opportunities for theatre makers in Northern Ireland to make work, develop ideas, explore style and process – and above all finding the unique and original potential in their projects. The State Of ...
Posted on 3 March 2016 in Dramaturgy
FIREWORKS Young Writers Showcase
5 brand new 10 minute plays created for Belfast
5 up-and-coming Northern Irish writing talents
Tinderbox’s flag ship young writers programme returns in a new exciting version funded by the Belfast City Council. Creating a portrait of the city and the people living and working here across the 5 different pieces.
22nd and 23rd of March, 7.30pm at the MAC Upstairs
Tickets are free but limited so please book in advance:
TEL: (028) 9043 93 13
For more info click on this post
Posted on 1 March 2016 in Dramaturgy
Tinderbox Theatre Company is delighted to announce that Irish playwright, Abbie Spallen, is one of 2016’s recipients of Yale University’s Donald Windham-Sandy M. Campbell Literature Prizes – a major literary award recognising literary achievement and financially nurturing talent.
The prestigious prize has an international reach with Spallen now joining the ranks of previous winners such as award-winning playwright and screenwriter Debbie Tucker Green (Stoning Mary, Truth and Reconciliation) and critically acclaimed Helen Edmundson (Blood and Light, Anna Karenina). Writers of fiction, drama, and nonfiction who write in English from anywhere in the world are eligible.
This prize is also great recognition for Tinderbox Theatre Company, its programming and tireless support of talent in Northern Ireland.