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Performing Dialogue is the trading name of Dialogue Community Performance, a Non-Profit Limited by Guarantee Company registered in England & Wales with company number 10676296 (Registered office address: 34 North Street, Bridgwater, Somerset, United Kingdom, TA6 3YD). Performing Dialogue is a a non-profit social enterprise. We aim to support and build the capacity of organisations and individuals worldwide who use Community Performance in their work.

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Talking with Lwando Magwaca

LM: My name is Lwando Magwaca. I graduated 2016. From 2014, 2015, 2016 - so I had three-years intensive programme training with Magnet Theatre. Tegan...

Dialogue at the ASSITEJ Cradle of Creativity

This project has now ended. You can see all of the resulting posts (over 100 multimedia resources) here. Dialogue is proud to announce its partnership...

Festivals and Diversity

Dr Steve Ball, the Associate Director for The Birmingham Repertory Theatre (UK), facilitated a session on the first day of the Producers' Bazaar at...

No Fun Ction All Anguage

Exploring the ways in which we communicate, No Fun Ction All Anguage is a beautifully visual and powerful piece. The inclusive ensemble of differently-abled cast...

Mary Ann Hunter: On wayfinding and a precarious politics of presence

Educators, artists, children, star-gazers. We/they/you trade in primacies of encounter and the arts of being present – to oneself, to others, and to belongings of practice,...

The 19th ASSITEJ World Congress

The 19th ASSITEJ World Congress was held in Cape Town City Hall on Monday 22nd May - Thursday 25th May 2017. The Congress was an...

Norwegian Wood: How to Navigate the Norwegian TYA Forest

If the first part of that title made you bop your head to the tune of The Beatles song, you would be...

Tales from the Norwegian Wood: “Staaloe – to Fight a Giant”

Myth, legends, and fairytales have been around for hundreds of years. You may have had a fairytale passed down through your family,...

Interviewing Nwabisa Plaatjie

Nwabisa Plaatjie was not on the Full-Time Training Programme, but joined Magnet Theatre on their Theatre Making internship programme. Here she shares some of her...

Martha Lamont: ‘Drama makes my brain healthy’: An inquiry into the potential for using...

This paper identifies the social challenges facing young children with special educational needs (SEN) in mainstream classrooms, and explores and recommends drama in education...

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