Freelancer Skills Workshops

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A chance for theatre freelancers to hone their practical and business skills

In this series of workshops designed for theatre freelancers, members of the friendly Bush Theatre staff team will share their knowledge in various areas of the business side of creative life. Each of the workshops will be informative and interactive and aimed at freelancers.

The Bush’s Library Bar and Café will also be open and freelancers are encouraged to come and network.

Ticket Offer: book 3 for the price of 2. Book for two workshops and get a third for free!

Tuesday 7th February:
11.00am: Producing Workshop led by Producer Oscar Owen
1.30pm: Writers Pitching Skills Workshop led by Literary Manager Deirdre O’Halloran
3.30pm: Directors Toolkit Workshop led by Directors Daniel Bailey and Lynette Linton

Wednesday 8th February:
11.00am: Finance Workshop led by Finance Manager Neil Harris
1.30pm: Fundraising Workshop led by Head of Development and Marketing Ruth Davey and Development Officer Eleanor Tindall
3.30pm: Marketing Workshop led by Marketing Managers Shannon Clarke and Ed Theakston

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