03rd March 2018
A series of podcast interviews with theatre makers working in the UK who are originally from mainland Europe. How has Brexit has affected them and their work?
David Furlong, the Mauritian actor, writer and theatre director, discusses his perspective on Brexit, the meaning of ‘where you’re from’, and the zones of identity and multiplicity in his theatre work. This interview was recorded on 11th February 2018.
Dance choreographer Jorge Crecis offers his views on Brexit and London as an artistic capital. This interview was recorded on 15th November 2016.
Lighting designer Hansjorg Schmidt discusses Brexit and his notions of Heimat. This interview was recorded on 22nd September 2016.
Karl Oskar Sørdal, who works with the Richard Alston Dance Company, offers his views on Brexit. This interview was recorded on the 24th August 2016.
Italian performer and theatre maker Patrizia Paolini, in conversation with Karen Glossop. This interview was recorded on the 14th July 2016.