We’re excited to be back, and we’d love you to join us for our mini theatre festival on 29 and 30 June at the Rose Lipman Building, our home in east London.
Over the two days, we’ll be hosting an evening of international theatre (in translation) and running a series of workshops open to the public, designed to give you an insight into what goes on at Foreign Affairs.
Everyone – from theatre-makers and translators to theatre enthusiasts and language lovers – is welcome. Come and meet us in a relaxed and creative environment.
All activities are PWYC (Pay What You Can) – you can read more about the scheme below.
We can’t wait to welcome you in person (after too much time in front of screens!)
We strive to make our work as accessible as possible and we continue to look for new ways to break down barriers. Since 2018 all in-house productions, events and training programmes have either been free or part of our Pay What You Can scheme.
How does it work?
For all paid activities, there are multiple options and you can choose to pay a price that works for you at the moment.
To help you decide, we highlight a recommended price. This recommended price reflects industry standards (and what we’d “normally” charge) and anything above that allows us to continue our PWYC scheme.
Foreign Affairs is a small non-profit organisation and we receive no regular funding. We appreciate your honesty and generosity when choosing your PWYC option.
Foreign Affairs was founded in 2010 by actors Camila Franca (Brazil/Portugal) and Trine Garrett (Denmark) to amplify and celebrate culturally diverse voices in the UK theatre industry.
Today the company is based in Hackney, east London (one of the most diverse boroughs in England). Our work focuses on theatre in translation, cross-cultural exchange and collaboration, and performance in unconventional spaces.