Kiln Theatre’s Creative Learning programme has been renamed Creative Engagement. We believe that the closer we’ve worked with our communities in the past few years the more the relationship has been a dialogue between us and the name Creative Engagement better reflects our intention. We all learn from each other. Here’s how you can engage with us in the future…
If you’re interested in getting involved in any of these projects please contact us:
020 7372 6611
Town Hall Talks
Stimulating panel discussions, which provoke the themes of the work on our stage or urgent political issues of the current climate.
Date: Tues 26 November
Time: 7pm Start
Venue: Baldwin Studio, Kiln Theatre
About: Join playwright, Chinoyerem Odimba and The Guardian journalist and writer, Madeleine Bunting for a thought provoking discussion about what it means to care in 21st Century Britain, who’s responsibility it is to care and how these questions relate to Kiln Theatre’s community play The Seven Ages of Patience.
To book your free place: Please confirm by email to email@example.com if you would like to attend and how many you would like to book for (max 4). Please be aware space is limited and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.
A Friendly Society – Coffee mornings
Last Tuesday of the month starting 11am 29th October 2019.
All are welcome at our coffee/tea mornings! Pop into the John Lyon Space for a cup of tea, a chat, a board game or two and a natter.
Taster session Saturday 19th October
Term Starts 5.30-7pm Monday 28 October
We are starting a choir to keep our intergenerational work alive. It’s a choir for all! There are no auditions no need to read music and there is no need to be Celine Dion, unless you want to be. Sign up and try it out.
Tell us your story
Tell us your story
What does a friendly society mean to you? Do you have a story to tell about how people and communities have looked after each other across the years? Is there an untold history that you think people should know about? If so the Friendly Society Team would love to hear from you.
To do this we want to meet people from all different backgrounds and walks of life to talk with our team about their experiences of care, friendship and community.
For those wishing to take part there may be the opportunity to formally record your Oral History*
Oral history is the recording of people’s memories, experiences and opinions. It is:
• A living history of everyone’s unique life experiences
• An opportunity for those people who have been ‘hidden from history’ to have their voice heard
• A rare chance to talk about and record history face-to-face
• A source of new insights and perspectives that may challenge our view of the past.
To get in touch please complete the form below. If you have any questions you can contact Nick Gibson nickgibson@KilnTheatre.com