Learn more about The Wetsuitman, the people behind it, and the themes it explores.
We’re excited to announce our engagement programme in connection with our production of The Wetsuitman at the Arcola Theatre, giving you the chance to dive deeper into the world of the play and connect with fellow theatre enthusiasts of all walks of life.
All activities are free to attend and open to ticket holders for The Wetsuitman on the day of the event.
Here’s a quick overview of the activities we have in store:
For more details of the brilliant people involved in these activities, check out their biographies below – we’re super excited to have them involved!
Hester is Co-Artistic Director of Wayang Kitchen and Spilt Ink Theatre, as well as co-founder of The Lost Cabaret Bristol and Paris. She is an Associate Artist with David Glass Ensemble and Omnibus Theatre. Regularly she facilitates theatre based classes with refugees and asylum seekers at Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Borderlands Charity and with LegalAliens Theatre. Trained at Ecole Philippe Gaulier (France), Goldsmiths (University of London, UK), Trinity Laban Centre (UK), National Theatre (UK), SACPA (Indonesia) and with Clowns Without Borders (UK) in Trauma Informed Practice. Her projects have been supported by Arts Council England, British Council and Kakiseni.
Recent roles include: Assistant Producer (Theatre503); Producer (Stage Sight); and participant of Tamasha Director’s Programme 2020; and Artistic Directors of the Future: Board Shadowing.
by Freek Mariën
Translated by David McKay
Tuesday 29 August - Saturday 2 September
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