We’re having a Theater Maker Social . . . in LONDON!
One of my goals in 2019 is to learn more about the hard-working people who make theater and the people who dream about making theater all over this world.
So, during my next trip to jolly old Londontown on Tuesday, January 15th, from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM, I’m having a Theater Maker Social!
Thanks to my friends at The Really Useful Group, The Social will be held at “The Other Palace”, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s theater, which is dedicated to supporting new theatremakers and giving them a home. (And they’ve got a great bar and some snappy apps.)
And the first drink is on me!
So, whether you’re a Writer, Producer, Actor, Designer, whatever, you’re also a Theater Maker. And I want to meet you and hear about what it’s like to make theater in London or wherever on that continent you come from (Hey you Frenchians – you’re like an hour and a half away by chunnel – so come on down). Maybe we can even come up with some ideas on how to help you make more theater and faster.
Or maybe when you come, you’ll meet a new collaborator or re-meet an old one.
One thing I know for sure, when passionate Theater Makers get in a room (and a bar qualifies as a room), good stuff happens. Every single time.
And I guarantee some good stuff at this social.
So come to our London Theater Maker social and network, brainstorm, say hello to me and put a drink on my tab.
See you there!
(OH! You MUST RSVP. We’ve got a limited amount of space and we’ve got a lot of Pros in the area already so only people on the list will be admitted. Sign up now. And tell your friends to do the same.)
Here are the details:
Ken Davenport’s Theater Maker Social
Tuesday, January 15th
6 PM – 7:30 PM
The Other Gin Palace – Foyer Bar Area
12 Palace Street
RSVPs a MUST. You are not confirmed until you get an email saying “You’re in!”
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