Simon Day
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  • United Kingdom
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Call out for theatre-makers of Indian origin to devise with The Plasticine Men

The Plasticine Men are South West based theatre-makers, Simon Day and Martin Bonger. Working closely with brilliant artists from a range of disciplines, we search for stories together that beg to be told onstage, crafting shows of heart and consequence that get under the skin. Our latest and second show, There Shall Be Fireworks (“vivid, bold and engaging… an intense and vibrant piece of modern theatre” Stagetalk Magazine ★★★★)…See More
Oct 9

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What I do:
Theatre-maker
A little more about me:
I am Artistic Director of theatre company, The Plasticine Men. I also work as a dramaturg, director and facilitator with other artists and companies; recent collaborations include with Pangottic, Philippa Hambly, Splash & Ripple, Verity Standen Projects, Fine Chisel and Little Soldier. Simon co-founded Mufti Games, touring outdoor game-based theatre installations to festivals across the country. As well as producing all The Plasticine Men's work to date, Simon has also worked as Theatre Relationship Manager (South West) for Arts Council England, as a Producer with Theatre Bristol and BE FESTIVAL, a Centre Director for the Arvon Foundation, and established the PILOT Nights scheme in the Midlands.
Location:
Bristol
Projects I’m working on:
ENGINE BRAKE: a devised studio theatre show exploring global narratives of growth and progress through the prism of our realtionship with the motor car and with advertising.
Personal Website/CV:
http://www.theplasticinemen.co.uk
Twitter @username:
@PlasticineMen

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Call out for theatre-makers of Indian origin to devise with The Plasticine Men

The Plasticine Men are South West based theatre-makers, Simon Day and Martin Bonger. Working closely with brilliant artists from a range of disciplines, we search for stories together that beg to be told onstage, crafting shows of heart and consequence that get under the skin. Our latest and second show, There Shall Be Fireworks (“vivid, bold and engaging… an intense…

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Posted on October 9, 2017 at 7:19

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