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23 MAR


Theatre: Making It and Doing It workshop



Carmen Collective

production team

Are you a theatre artist of any discipline who wants to:

  • turn your creative idea into a viable production?
  • obtain funding from Arts Council England?
  • build a sustainable career in the theatre industry?

Then this is the workshop for you!

This afternoon-long workshop is a crash-course on contemporary theatre-making, what it is and how to do it. Theatre-maker Sam Rees will equip you with the skills and knowledge to get your production on, make a success of it, and, most importantly, pay yourself and others for your work.

Sam will 

  • demystify the process behind getting funding and putting on a show;
  • provide you with a wealth of knowledge and give you the confidence to make the theatre you want to make;
  • inspire you to take the next crucial step in your professional journey.

Sam Rees is a theatre-maker, writer and performer. He is co-Artistic Director of Carmen Collective, a theatre company which has raised nearly a quarter of a million pounds in funding since its inception in 2021. He has created work across the UK, including Camden People’s Theatre, Oxford Playhouse, Norwich Theatre Royal and the Edinburgh Fringe. Recent projects include Lessons on Revolution (★★★★★, A Youngish Perspective) which played to sold-out audiences at Soho Theatre. 

If you have any questions about the workshop ahead of time, don’t hesitate to email You can find Sam on social media @SamRees6 (Twitter) and @samrees9259 (Instagram), and producers Carmen Collective @Carmencollecti (Twitter) and @carmen_collective_theatre (Instagram)

Please arrive in good time for the workshop start time.
Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this event.

Refunds and exchanges not available.


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