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Performance Highlights from IDIERI 9

The Attitudes “I try to explore in my body and voice difference modes of white resistance to challenges about power and privilege. The physicality of the showing is inspired by 18th century writings and interpretations...

Diversity of Practice at IDIERI 9

One of the great privileges of documenting conferences such as the International Drama in Education Research Institute is being able to partake in diverse practical workshop sessions. On Day 2 of the 7-day event,...

Musical Theatre for Education

As a part of the Cradle of Creativity's Focus Day on Music Theatre for Young Audiences, Tina Stodart delivered a Pecha Kucha about her work in Potchefstroom, South Africa. In the following interview (6 minutes), she speaks about using...

Fingers, Toes and Happy Toddlers

Nicola Elliot’s Fingers And Toes, My Body Knows was an exciting addition to the programme for Early Years at the Cradle of Creativity. With the audience each being given a cushion upon entry into the...
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Speaking in a Language that Transcends Borders

OBISIKE: It Takes A Lion’s Heart This performance, the result of an international collaboration between Germany and Nigeria, highlighted the similarities between cultures on the theme of women’s rights and questions of self-determination. Strips of paper...

Dancers of the Cradle

In its second week, the Cradle of Creativity hosted two Focus Days on Dance Theatre for Young People (Wednesday, May 24th and Thursday, May 25th, 2017). The sessions during these days included a workshop on "Empathy as...

Africa Day – A Cradle Celebration

May 25th marked the annual celebration of Africa Day and, despite the rest of the Cradle of Creativity being in full swing, many delegates still found the time to enjoy a day of entertainment that showcased...

Performing for Babies

During the Focus Day on Theatre for the Early Years, Paweł Gałkowski presented a paper, that was co-authored with Alicja Morawska-Rubczak, entitled “Baby and contemporary dance. Feedback of creativity between adults and children”. Paweł Gałkowski...
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African Dance Workshop

The African Dance Workshop was led by Letlhogonolo Nche, a South African Northern Cape Dancer. It explored traditional rhythms and gave participants an exciting and energetic dance experience: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdfYVFfx43E

Awakening the Senses

Sensescapes is an interactive and multi-sensory theatrical experience created specifically for babies. It challenges conventional aesthetics and proposes a unique concept for Theatre that connects Parents and Children. The following video (2 minutes) includes some excerpts...