Dialogue are seeking an artist to develop an interactive piece of work involving food to open the Dialogue Festival in November 2015. The chosen artist will be given a fee, travel and accommodation to the festival (if needed).
The first Dialogue Festival, Talking/Making/Taking Part, took place at Ovalhouse Theatre in London in November 2014. Featuring the work of more than 15 artists, the festival gave audiences the chance to interact with one-on-one pieces, large-scale participation work and discussions, and also eat together.
The 2015 Dialogue Festival will take place in Plymouth and Exeter in 7 and 8 November, and follow a similar format. Through discussions, performance and food we aim to connect artists and audiences across both cities, exploring big topics through gentle participation and informal conversation.
To find out more see Call Out Document here and see the 2014 Dialogue Festival information and documentation here.
Deadline to apply: 25 September 2015, 5pm
Image by Marc Horowitz via a Creative Commons licence. Dialogue Festival is supported by Bikeshed Theatre, Exeter and Barbican Theatre, Plymouth, TOAST and Making Room.
Dialogue are proud to announce Talking/Making/Taking Part: a festival of theatre and discussion looking at participatory theatre. Throughout the weekend of 22/23 November Dialogue will be taking over Ovalhouse with speakers, long-table discussions, two large scale participatory performances, ten one-on-one performance pieces and a communal meal.
We’ve teamed up with Culturebot, Theatre Bristol, Something Other and Ovalhouse to bring you this festival.
22/23 November, 10am-5pm, Ovalhouse
£7 day or £10 weekend pass
Do you love watching plays but find participation alarming?
Do you love thinking about theatre but find it hard to talk about?
Then this is the festival for you…
Talking/Making/Taking Part invites you to play, chat and share through informal discussions and interactive performances. Let’s spend a weekend together and see what new ideas we can grow and communities we can build.
As you can see Dialogue has a new website.
Have a look around and don’t be afraid to offer us some feedback.
- Maddy and Jake