Dismantle Festival

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A series of events and performances, created and curated by the current cohort of Project 2036, Milli Bhatia, Ingrid Marvin and Nina Segal.

How do we dismantle existing power structures, both in theatre and the wider world? And what should we build in their place?

Through workshops, installations, interactive performance and a house party, Dismantle: a Festival about Power will interrogate these questions.

Throughout their residency, this year’s Project 2036 cohort have committed to widening access and sharing resources. To actively practice the redistribution of power, they have partnered with three Associate Companies, Skin Deep, Art+Feminism and Sisters Uncut, who will deliver the workshop events.

24 July-4 Aug 2018

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Saw @MiddleChildHull perform All We Wanted Was Everything @bushtheatre to a sold out audience last night. Beg, bor… https://t.co/iYDG9OHp2Z
Sam Blake
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18 Nov
#AllWeEverWanted is a riot that cuts right to the chase and goes straight to your heart. Had a marvellous time seei… https://t.co/qsMEK5soWe
Ellie Lewerenz
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18 Nov
Here’s to all the crazy shit that happened on the #Mistytheplay nightbus. To all the the living city creatures that… https://t.co/rwrGbEjHG1
omar elerian
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18 Nov
I always listen to @lyngardner’s recommendations & as usual, she’s spot on. A terrific piece of gig theatre - thoro… https://t.co/J3K1dpFubC
Tara Maria Lovett
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18 Nov
Final time to #MistyThePlay tonight. I have seen it multiple times and will utterly miss it. I can only thank… https://t.co/bpuR52OFe4
Tim Stafford
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17 Nov
Jose Tevar
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17 Nov

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