2nd June, 7pm
Widcombe Social Club, Bath
Featuring a keynote talk from Bath Spa Alumni, Florence Espeut-Nickless, creator of the Edinburgh Fringe sell-out show D.E.S.T.I.N.Y and recently commissioned by the National Theatre to join the writing team for a new re-telling of The Odyssey.
Join us for an inspiring evening of chatting with a handful of Bath Spa University graduates, as we learn about how EMERGE has supported them post-graduation.
EMERGE is a graduate creative studio that hosts artists from all disciplines, to support their development and build their freelance careers and creative practice. With fine artist studios, design desks, access to rehearsal space, hot desks, project rooms, mentoring, coaching and links to creative mentors working in your field.
Based at Sion Hill, EMERGE is a creative space to help you flourish.
We support artists of any discipline and any craft!
The panel will consist of:
Charlotte Godfrey (EMERGE Studio Manager)
Matthew Emeny (Creative Producer and Artistic Director of Calf 2 Cow and Garden Theatre Festival, Assistant Manager of EMERGE)
Lottie Dance (Artistic Director of Whimsi Co Theatre Company)
Jacob Aldcroft (Co-founder of Dumbfound Theatre)
Charlie Day (Artistic Director of Fresh Life Theatre)
This is an opportunity to meet a selection of residents, and ask questions you may have about EMERGE, our artist's experiences and their personal journey of building their creative practice.
Join us at 7pm on 2nd of June at the Widcombe Social Club, as part of SparkFest.
Tickets can be booked through the link on our the home page.