How does the impact of war shape the rest of people's lives? How can theatre, creativity, a space to express and explore help people move on...Re-Live launch their new programme of work with veterans and family members next week at Chapter. Delighted we'll be working with two brilliant guest practitioners, Gilly Adams (creative writing and directing for radio, stage and screen) and Andy Watson of the award-winning Geese Theatre.

If you know any veterans or family members of veterans who might be interested in taking part, please help us spread the word and invite them along to

First sessions:
Weds 8th Sept 10 am (family members)
Fri 11th Sept 11am (veterans)

A 10 week programme begins this new project. In 2016 we will be developing this work through a range of creative inputs and performances with people affected by conflict. We'll be looking for artists to collaborate with, if anyone is interested please get in touch here or via email and tell us a bit about yourself.

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Comment by Bethan Sian England on September 2, 2015 at 11:12

Are you looking for actors to be involved? :)


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