Catalan-based and internationally renowned street theatre company Kamchatka bring their workshop Migrar to Ireland in association with the National Circus festival of Ireland. It has been described as “a wake up call’ for conscience by swipes of fine humour, as storytellers without words, without adornment, as subtle, profound and lasting happiness donors.”
This workshop will take place in 4 centres around Ireland including one in Galway on the 15th-18th of November from 10am-4pm each day and has been specially tweaked for the first time for street, circus and spectacle professionals; however prior knowledge of street theatre is not essential.
Migrar is more than a workshop, it is a journey. It is a collective experience where theatre is conceived as a societal ritual meant for discovering and reinventing oneself, of re-encountering ones own story, similar to the dynamics in our ever changing society. The workshop offers an opportunity of working with a collective, sharing living experiences and feeling as an immigrant through games.
If you wish to book a space for this creative and trans-formative workshop place contact us at info@galwaycommunitycircus
This workshop is free of charge thanks to the NCFI and an Arts Council Project Award.
For information on the other venues around the country please contact:
Cork Circus Factory: email@example.com
Belfast Community Circus: +44 28 9023 6007
Dublin Circus Project: firstname.lastname@example.org