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Park Sessions: Get Into Devising Theatre with Natasha Kathi-Chandra

Due to the nationwide lockdown imposed from 6 January 2021, we have taken the decision to postpone all scheduled Park Sessions events. New dates will be announced once restrictions are eased and bookers will be contacted at that time by our box office team to update their booking. We hope to see all bookers when new dates are announced, but alternatively, bookers can cancel their booking by calling the box office on 020 7870 6876.

New ideas, New work, New perspective: An introduction to devising theatre

Theatre director, writer & dramaturg Natasha Kathi-Chandra whose credits include productions at Nottingham Playhouse, Camden People’s Theatre, Tristan Bates theatre and Park Theatre, leads this session where you will light the spark of creativity and give form to new ideas for the stage. 

Be prepared to experiment both individually and as part of the group with practical exercises on improvisation, collaboration and script writing. 

Wear practical clothing and be prepared to be challenged to think and act outside of the box.


Who can attend Park Sessions: Get Into It?

The Park Sessions: Get Into It are free professional development opportunities for creatives that identify as working class, working class LGBTQI+, those who are D/deaf or disabled and those of a culturally diverse heritage.

We define culturally diverse heritage as someone who is:

  • Black (African or Carribean or part of the African or Carribean Diaspora)
  • South east asian and or east asian
  • Middle eastern and or south asian
  • Latinx
  • Dual heritage (provided that you also identify as part of the above)


Virtual Tickets to Park Sessions: Get Into It

If the Park Session you'd like to book for has sold out of standard tickets (tickets for the workshop in person at the venue) then please email [email protected] and we will be happy to issue you with a free, virtual ticket to the event which will also be streamed via Zoom.