Are you a performance maker living in Brighton & Hove? Do you make and present work in the city or close to it? If not, why? If you do, how can the support be improved?
Are you a technician, designer, performer, independent producer, builder, director, choreographer, live artist, writer, theatre maker or composer working in the area of live performance? Do you live in Brighton & Hove or the surrounding areas?
Join Louise Blackwell, Richard Freeman and Peter Chivers at Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts on 6 February to discuss what you need to make things better in the locality. This event is for artists at any point in their career.
Tickets are free but must be booked in advance here and are going fast: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/brighton-hove-artists-evening-meeting-tickets-41492977613
Louise Blackwell is an independent arts producer based in Hove who currently works with Clod Ensemble and Fevered Sleep and co-founded Fuel. Richard Freeman is CEO of always possible helping creative leaders make critical decisions about their work, impact, growth and reach. Peter Chivers is Director of Our Future City a cross-sector and cross-agenda organisation growing creativity and improving wellbeing for children and young people in Brighton & Hove through culture.
Louise said: ‘I’m excited to host a meeting for artists in Brighton & Hove to discover how more high quality performance work can be made as well as presented in the city. I know there is a thriving community of people living here and making performance happen around the UK and the world. I look forward to hearing their thoughts and opinions on how they’d like to make their work in their own city more regularly.’