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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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Sitting Down with Sintija Kirsone & Anke Leen Ledda Mikk – Faces of the...

Anke Leen Ledda Mikk is currently a final year student at Tallinn European School (Estonia). Since she was young, she has always...

Focus Day on Theatre by Children for Children – Part 1

As part of ASSITEJ’s Cradle of Creativity, a 'Theatre by Children for Children' Focus Day was held at the Vrygrond Cultural Hub on Sunday,...

Rite of Spring – A Personal Reflection

Theatre offers us, I believe, a space to express what cannot be said through words alone. Perhaps that is why I now find words...

Patrick Pheasant: Looking for Gold: International Students’ Aesthetic Experience in Language Education and Process...

Based on current research conducted at an Australian University English Language Centre, this paper explores parallels between a process drama in 2012 with international...

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...

A Platform for “Local Talent and Local Stories”

Having received training from the Clowns Without Borders South Africa team, four young facilitators from The Seven Passes Initiative visited nine local schools, in...

Cape Town’s Culture Gangs

Magnet Theatre’s Community Arts Development programme, the Culture Gangs, works to support existing youth drama groups in Cape Town’s townships. In 2017, the groups...

The Y-Connect Project: Using Arts partnerships and pedagogies to create connections and expand horizons

This panel reports on findings from the Y-Connect project, a three-year collaboration between researchers from Griffith University, the staff and students of a culturally...

Monica Prendergast and Robyn Shenfield Bouchard: From theatre to performance studies: Collaborating on curriculum...

The implementation of a performance studies curriculum in secondary schools presents opportunities and barriers. Following from a federally-funded curriculum development project--that led to the...
Participants in the Next Generation 2017 sharing skills workshop at Cradle of Creativity

Sharing International Drama Games

The following activities were facilitated by members of the Next Generation 2017 cohort during a sharing skills workshop. You can hear the rhythm and...

Speaking with Mfundo Zono

MF: My name is Mfundo, and my surname is Zono. I’m from Eastern Cape, Port Elizabeth. I first studied at Magnet since 2014 and...

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