The Rights Of Others, 2015

The Rights Of Others. Photo by Tim Stubbings.

The Rights Of Others. Photo by Tim Stubbings.

This year over 240 participants aged two-76 years performed in this piece exploring rights and liberties, from historic anniversaries such as the Magna Carta, to considering our freedoms online in a digital age.

Incorporating a promenade performance followed by a new play in The Marlowe Studio, The Rights Of Others was performed Wednesday 8 – Saturday 11 July 2015.

Performers from our ongoing workshops were joined by stage managers from the University Of Kent, Fine Art students producing sculptures from Canterbury Christ Church University and local musicians.

Alongside our Canterbury creatives we were proud to take the production worldwide this year, working with an international theatre company from Kosovo.

They've produced this short film, giving a brilliant insight into life, liberty and creativity in a young country.

 


Incorporating a promenade performance followed by a new play in The Marlowe Studio, The Rights Of Others was performed Wednesday 8 – Saturday 11 July 2015, with a post-show panel discussion after Friday’s performance.

To find out more on the production, read a blogpost from writer, director and Head Of Creative Projects Andrew Dawson, view production photos from the promenade and studio performances.

The Rights Of Others was developed with the support of The Kobler Trust, Furley Page Solicitors and The Marlowe Theatre Development Trust.

 


 

 
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