Master Your Heritage Workshop

Master Your Heritage Workshop 
9 November |16:00-19:00

£20/ £12 Concessions and CDS Members
(Ticket links below)

Borders might be problematic, yet they inform so much of our existance, and our sense of placement, our sense of being. Wether you adhere to national identities or not, you can’t escape the effect they have had on you. On your relationships, on how you see the world, how you see those different from you, and even on how you understand your body.

Master Of Your Heritage Workshop proposes to explore your heritage, your language and your presence in the world, in order to create performance. Bring your own understanding of cultural identities, yourself and your own practice, and let’s work on blending them all together, celebrating them and deconstructing them to make work.

This workshop follows some of the methodologies behind the creation of POST, Xavier de Sousa’s new touring work on national identity and migration.

NOTES: Please bring a vegetable of your choice to this workshop.
By attending this workshop, you can get cheaper tickets to POST at Toynbee Studios (an email with a discount code will be sent to you when you purchase tickets to this workshop)

Xavier de Sousa is an independent performance maker and producer.

Having grown up with Europe’s oldest performance art festival, CITEMOR (Portugal), he has been working solidly in theatre, dance and live art since graduating from Kingston University in 2010. As a performance maker, he has developed multi-disciplinary character Almost Xav (Latitude Festival, King’s Head Theatre, Southbank Centre, Traumfrau), developed his first theatre show POST with Ovalhouse Theatre (now touring), and is currently developing a new piece with the Barbican in partnership with Helen Paris (Curious) and Tania El Khouri. He has collaborated with and performed in shows by Tim Etchells, Needless Alley Collective, Rosana Cade, The Famous Lauren Barri-Holstein, Johanna Linsley, Tino Sighal, Richard DeDomenichi, amongst others.

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