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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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Mother Africa – A Soundscape

Mother Africa & Her Melodies (dir. Lulu Tsheola) is a one-hander play told by multi-instrumentalist and well-traveled musician and instrument collector...

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...

Christine Hatton and Richard Sallis: Provocative dialogues: Shifting perspectives on drama research practice

This panel reflects on an innovative new book Drama Research Methods: Provocations of Practice which sought to challenge current understandings of drama research by...

Wendy Mages: Theatre-in-Education, Language, and Perspective Taking in Early Childhood Education

At the nexus of three disciplines— educational theatre and drama, language development, and cognitive development—this mixed-methods study investigates the effect of a preschool theatre-in-education...

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,...

Nicola Pauling: When Distance Lives next door; using applied theatre to strengthen complex social...

Wellington City’s 5000 social housing tenants live in medium and high-density housing communities. Cultural diversity amongst this population is high, including significant numbers of...

A Day in the Life of a Magnet Theatre Trainee

Magnet Theatre’s Full-Time Training and Job Creation programme is a 2-year programme for “youth who for one reason or another struggle to be absorbed...

Awards Ceremony at the Cradle of Creativity

The ASSITEJ Awards Ceremony was held on Friday, May 26th, and was an opportunity to acknowledge the pioneers and leaders working in the field...

Ernie Nolan: A Sense of Place

Ernie Nolan, the facilitator of the A Sense of Place playwriting workshop, hands the participants a map of Cape Town and tells them to go out...

Kelly Freebody: Distance through critique: Moving beyond the ‘common-sense’ of drama for social change

This paper urges us to use a critical lens to distance ourselves from common-sense understandings of what we do and why. It unpacks key...

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...

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