Oxfordshire Theatre Makers’ Showcase of New Work
Old Fire Station, Oxford
Wed 29 January 2020
10.30am - 6pm
(Presentations finish around 4pm, networking in the bar until 6pm)
£5 for OTM and ODF members!
Come and be inspired by the potential for new partnerships, meet up with other industry professionals and start conversations.
Funded by Arts Council England, the day features:
Five companies performing a fifteen minute extract of work ready to tour from Autumn 2020.
A further dozen theatre and dance companies and artists pitching about their work, projects in development or at an early seed stage.
10.30am arrival and coffee
11am Splintered Itinerary ‘The Submission’ performance and pitch
Mime, clown, movement for grown ups
11.30 Pitches from:
Justice in Motion - physical theatre, highlighting social injustice, advocating positive social change
Tina Sederholm - performance poet, theatre maker and mc
The Chaos Collective - physical comedy, clowning and dance, family friendly, wordless
11.50 WAWOW ‘Myles and Me’ performance and pitch
One woman direct to audience humorous show about living with a life-long medical condition
12.10 – 12.30 BREAK
12.30 Butterfingers in association with Cherwell Theatre Company: ‘Sam and Zoe v Evermore’ performance and pitch
Interactive game theatre exploring communication in relationships for 15-25 year olds
12.50 Pitches from:
Finch Theatre - Accessible puppetry and devised theatre for young people both disabled and able bodied
Out of Duck Theatre - puppetry storytelling, movement and clown for young people
Zena Forster ‘Stitch Up’- life affirming comedy about post-partum psychosis
13.05 – 14.00 LUNCH
14.05 Savage Heart ‘SMASH!’
highly physical piece around rage, power dynamics, charismatic leaders
14.25 Pitches from:
Miranda Laurence - Dance Audience Club inviting audiences to explore how they watch dance
Gemma Peramiquel - inviting venues to host open rehearsals in dance with low engagement communities
Living the Drama @#Penetration’ – political drama inspired by true stories, looking at the influence of social media on relationships
Miriam Higgins ‘Dreamscape’ - magic realist drama
14.45 – 15.00 BREAK
15.00 Anna Jefferson ACE talks
15.25 Pitches from:
Joel Kay - Historical piece around the Ashmolean museum
Planet B Productions ‘TRAFFIK’ - immersive theatre exploring human trafficking
Human Story Theatre - new writing on health and social care issues, shared light, shared space
15.30 Rowan Padmore ‘Run Stanley Run’ performance and pitch
Poetic one woman play set in Morecambe – funny, tender and bleak
16.00 CLOSE Networking and Bar
Book now for our free emanate workshop!
Adobe Premiere Video Editing
with Nicola Josse, Projects and Production Film Oxford
Date: Thursday 13 February 2020 10 am – 4.30pm
Place: Film Oxford, Oxford
This practical course is designed for those looking to edit their own material using Adobe Premiere Pro software (beginners or improvers). Over the day you’ll work with experienced filmmaker and editor Nicola, discussing aspects of the video post-production stage.