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Workshop: Queer Games

As part of our Homemakers Programme we are delighted to be able to offer a series of online workshops from our contributing artists and companies.

Join Plaster Cast Theatre Company and Cerian Wilshere-Davies for Queer Games, a free, relaxed workshop, full of drama games and gentle participation, all about having fun, playing and getting some respite in this current climate.

Various, easy-going activities, designed to allow you to connect with each other and enjoy some playful escapism, all in a safe, non-judgmental queer space. It will all be very laid-back, with everyone having the option to opt-in or out at any time. There’s no pressure to create, it will all be about playing.

Open to anyone that identifies as LGBTQ+, with all levels of experience welcome.

Access

If you would like to take part in this workshop and have access requirements you would like us to know about, please email us on talentdevelopment@homemcr.org

 About Plaster Cast Theatre

Plaster Cast is a collective of young creatives based in Manchester, passionate about making politically engaging theatre. Their mission is to challenge issues that are heavily misrepresented by the media through raw and provocative forms of physical theatre. They recently won the Vaults Festival 2020 Spirit of the Festival Award.

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Plaster Cast Theatre were recently seen at HOME with Sound Cistem’ and Homelands.

About Cerian Wilshere-Davies

Cerian Wilshere-Davies is a facilitator, comedian and theatre maker. Their work focuses on connecting queer people with their locality, each other and themselves through playing, storytelling and workshops. They have recently graduated from Salford University, where they studied Comedy Writing and Performance.