Geese Theatre Company asks “…but does it work?”

A friend of Fierce Earth who we’ve worked with in the past, Geese Theatre Company leads the way in applied theatre. They do fantastic work in the criminal justice system, and are holding an event, subtitled ‘Researching Theatre with Offenders’, in Birmingham next month to explore this aspect of their practice;
Geese Invite

The text of the invite is as follows;

Geese Theatre Company

“…but does it work?”
Researching Theatre with Offenders

Thursday 21st October 2010
from 6.30pm
Pinsent Masons, Wesleyan Building, Birmingham B4 6BH

Geese Theatre Company invites you to “…but does it work?”, a unique event to gain insight into one of the
leading arts organisations working within the Criminal Justice System and to hear from leading academics
who have conducted independent research into the company’s work.

“.. but does it work’” will showcase excerpts from two Geese projects ‘Journey Woman’ – a performance for female
offenders and ‘Stay’ – a performance for male perpetrators of domestic violence, plus presentations
from academics on the findings of their research.

Please see attached invitation for full details. We hope you can join us for this special event.

As places are limited, please RSVP to reserve your place.

With best wishes

Yvonne Gregory

Geese Theatre Company
Woodbridge House
9 Woodbridge Road
Birmingham
B13 8EH
Tel: 0121 449 6222
Fax: 0121 449 1333
mailbox@geese.co.uk
http://www.geese.co.uk

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