Tim's work for adults and young audiences has been seen around the world. Alongside his theatre-making, he has taught extensively around ideas of audience, form and narrative. This is a chance to work with Tim on practical and theoretical approaches to making work for young people.
This workshop is aimed at professional theatre artists.
Special offer for attendees: Take advantage of a special combined price and attend the 2.30 performance of Jeramee, Hartleby and Ooglemore followed by a post-show talk from Tim Crouch.
About Time Crouch...
Tim Crouch is a UK theatre artist based in Brighton. He writes plays, performs in them and takes responsibility for their production. He started to make his own work in 2003. Before then he was an actor.
Tim works with a number of associates and collaborators to produce his writing. There isn’t a company structure; things and people are brought together when they are needed. The starting process has always been a text written by Crouch. Early work was made in response to a self-generated impulse to tell a story or explore a form. This impulse is still the first motivation but, lately, it’s become slightly more formalized through the involvement of various commissioning theatres and organizations.
Organisations that have been involved more deeply in the work – through commission or co-production – include the Unicorn Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre, the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, the British Council, Brighton Festival, Singapore Arts Festival, Culturgest in Lisbon, Warwick Arts Centre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.
Tim’s work tours extensively to UK and international venues and festivals.