Rosemary Lee will informally share some examples of her work for green and urban sites, from the streets of Londonderry to a 500 year old oak tree in Tottenham.  Reflecting on the challenges and delights of working in and for public spaces and the people that inhabit and pass through them, she will touch on the aesthetic, ethical and socio political considerations this raised as well as unpicking her desire to and reasons for making work outside the theatre.
The discussion will take place at Chapter Y Lloft 6.30pm-7.30pm.  It is free to workshop participants and donation for anyone else who wants to join.  Please RSVP to so we have an idea of numbers.
Image from Rosemary Lee’s Without -photo Living Witness.

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