Last year, Lucid hosted a couple of events for producers in order to exchange ideas and share experiences. Change is always a part of theatre and the role of producer is very much contributing to some major shifts in how things are happening at the moment. But many people who are producers don’t have that title. And many people who call themselves producers find that their experience and skill-set limits their ability to perform all aspects of the role. And what is a producer anyway? Isn’t it just another name for an administrator?  Or is a producer someone who instigates a creative project and makes it happen?

 

Are you a producer? Do you want to get in a room with other producers and talk about what you are doing? Look for support and help perhaps? Or maybe share your wisdom?

 

After a conversation with freelance producer Laura Drane and John Williams at Theatr Iolo, we thought it was a good time to revisit this conversation and take it further. So if you think of yourself as a producer and would like to come along to this event, please join us at Chapter on Tuesday 24th September from 7pm until about 9.30pm in Media Point.

Reserve your place: https://producersplace.eventbrite.co.uk/

Co-hosted by Simon Harris/ Lucid Theatre, Laura Drane/ indpendent producer and John Carey Williams/ Theatr Iolo.

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Comment by Laura H Drane on August 29, 2013 at 7:35

Thanks Glesni, always good to hear there may be one more of us! As for this session, the content is targeted at people who are already producing in some form or other so I'll leave it up to you if you want to come. You'd be welcome in any case. And hopefully there will be more of these so we can always hook you in to another one in future if not this time. 

Comment by Glesni Price-Jones on August 27, 2013 at 20:44

any chance this would be an interesting evening for a budding producer to attend? Havent produced anything yet, but plan to in the future. 

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