Take part in our open mic night
As part of our one-week creative laboratory – A Place Called Home – we are hosting an open mic night event at the Rose Lipman Building, east London.
A Place Called Home interrogates the meaning of home in response to the current political climate, media discourse and public debate surrounding Brexit through the medium of theatre/performance. For one week, we are hosting a plethora of theatre events that explores the meaning of home in a multitude of ways. Discover more here.
Do you have an exciting idea you would like to test in front of an audience? Do you have a talent you would like to share? Is there a song, a poem, etc that you associate with home? Then, for 5, 10 or 15 minutes, the stage is yours!
We are looking for emerging artists, performers and theatre-makers working across various fields who would like to share their work with an audience. We are inviting artists to consider and respond to one or more of the following questions:
Where is home? What is home? And what does Brexit really mean?
To take part, please fill in our short online application form. Slots are not guaranteed until you have heard back from us.
We are particularly interested in hearing from artists located in De Beauvoir Town and surrounding areas but everyone is welcome to apply.
Participating artists will be given a free pass to the creative laboratory events.
Please note, this does not include the supper club menu on Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st.
The closing date for applications is Thursday 8 November, 5 PM.
About the event
– an open mic night
Monday 19 November, 2018
Inspired by the Spanish saying ‘Mi casa es su casa’ (my house is your house) we are kicking off a jam-packed week of events with a one-off open mic night.