Hear Me Now with Titilola Dawudu

09 April 2020

Park Up Masterclass

IMPORTANT - due to the developing Covid-19/ Coronavirus situation, all classes and courses are POSTPONED indefinately. We apologise for the short notice & inconvenience. For now please wait for a member of our box office team to be in touch via email in the coming days or weeks. We thank you for your patience and understanding.

Masterclass booking opens 10am Fri 20 Mar. You must be a Park Up member to be able to book – click here to join for FREE (proof of eligability required)

Create your own work, network and be heard.

What is it?

A two-hour workshop with writer, producer and editor Titilola Dawudu to learn how to create your own network in the arts and produce your own works. 

What's it about?

Everyone has a place in the arts, whether you see yourself as a maker, creator, producer, director - and regardless of background or education.

Hear from the co-creator and editor of Hear Me Now Audition Monologues for Actors of Colour on how to create your own work, using your networks around you and empower yourself to have your voice heard.

Who is this for?

This masterclass is open to young people aged 16 – 26 who are Park Up members. Park Up is free to join – click here to find out more. No previous experience is necessary!

What do I need to bring/prepare?

A notebook/tablet, questions and youself.

Titilola Dawudu is a writer, producer and editor. She is a trustee for Theatre Centre and is an Associate Writer for Beyond Face, Plymouth. She was the Learning and Participation Manager at Ovalhouse and is currently Programme Manager for Young People and Youthfulness for Coventry City of Culture. Her work has been performed at Theatre Royal Plymouth,Theatre Royal Arojah, Nigeria, Soho, the Bush, the Arcola, and Theatre Peckham. Titilola is part of the Black Women in Theatre team behind the iconic #WeAreVisible photoshoot of over 250 black womxn at the Globe Theatre in July 2019. 
She co-created and edited ‘Hear Me Now’ Audition Monologues for Actors of Colour with Tamasha, published by Oberon Books with Volume Two in development. She curated a festival in February 2020 with Theatre503 based on 16 monologues from Hear Me Now, highlighting a need to diversify stories by black and south Asian women.

How do I join Park Up?

1) Create an account with us here.
2) Click here and add the free membership into your basket.
3) Complete the checkout process – don’t worry, you won’t be charged a penny!
4) Email a picture of your ID to [email protected]You won’t be able to book masterclasses unless you send us your ID first.
5) You can now book £10 tickets, £5 masterclasses and more!