|Published||9 Jun 2017 by Theatre Forum|
Theatre Forum and TheatreNI present
We are thrilled that so many of you have booked for #twitstorstick. With just under two weeks to go here is all the information you need!
#twistorstick will bring you on a whirlwind tour of Cork including day sessions in The Everyman, lunch in Cork Opera House, evening dinner in Firkin Crane followed by an optional trip to Neon Western and all during Cork Midsummer.
Stephen Jones & Seána Kerslake will open the conference in conversation with Peter Daly talking about their experience of developing their work and artistic practice, the juggling act of moving between different industries and the opportunities this presents in this changing world.
This is followed by sessions with: Tania Canas, Selina Cartmell, Peter Crawley, Richard DeDomenici, Judith Dimant, Sarah Durcan, Andrew Eaton, Róise Goan, Gary Keegan, Michael Keegan-Dolan, Julie Kelleher, Jessica Kennedy, Megan Kennedy, Louise Lowe, Lorraine Maye, Mary McCarthy, Ruth McCarthy, Shona McCarthy, Helen Meany, Judy Murphy, Neil Murray, Aislinn Ó hEocha, Hilary O'Shaughnessy, Lynne Parker, Petal Pilley, Duška Radosavljević, and Richard Wakely.
Here is a summary schedule. You can see the full conference schedule here.
Midsummer night plans
We will be making our way to the Firkin Crane for an evening supper and karaoke (check out our conference karaoke playlist on Spotify).
Book Conference Tickets
If you haven't already booked, Member Tickets are still on offer to Theatre Forum and TheatreNI members. Check your 2017 membership is up-to-date to avail of the member ticket rates.
Standard Member Ticket €140
Your conference ticket covers access to all conference sessions, lunch on both days as well as the Wednesday evening programme, including dinner. No booking fee applies and remember, you don't need a Paypal account.