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Babel Online: Male Movement Workshop

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Join Babel Theatre for an uplifting and energetic exploration of the body and our capacity to connect to ourselves and others.

What to expect

Focussing on the fundamentals of Babel’s practice: interconnection, collaboration and community, this online workshop is an invitation to explore a unique blend of invigorating movement exercises and discussion around themes of connectivity.

This workshop is the first part in an ongoing strand of Babel’s work using connection and creativity to facilitate conversation and cohesion around male mental health. This particular session will be a male and male identifying safe space.

Ticket information

The financial effect the pandemic has had on the creative community has been devastating. This shouldn’t mean that we can’t still connect and train, so we are offering this workshop on a pay what you feel basis and all money will go towards paying the facilitators. When booking, select the amount you’re happy to pay.

This workshop will take place via Zoom. You will be emailed the Zoom log in details, along with any other information you need to know before the session, the day of the event. If you have any questions in the meantime, please email us: info@poplarunion.com.

About Babel Theatre

Babel is a growing ensemble of international performers developing award-winning theatre in the UK that explores questions about the modern experience of living.

Provoked by Artistic Director Joseph Lynch, Babel is a place of human interconnection and collective enquiry, balancing collaborative curiosity and instinctive, physically rooted devising to create multidisciplinary, highly-visual theatre which integrates movement, text and music to communicate the grey areas in life where language alone is insufficient.

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Wed 25 November 2pm-3.30pm

Pay what you feel
Age range: 16+

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