Diverse City 2020 Announcements

Thank you for twirling into the big, new decade with Diverse City. There’s a change coming, be a part of it. Take a look at some 2020 announcements which include performance dates, shows in development and exciting partnership news.

First Performances Off The Blocks In 2020: Mid Life & Till We Win

Coming up first and very soon: our new show Mid Life goes on tour next month. We start off at The Weston Studio at Bristol Old Vic February 12 – 15, followed by The Pit at The Barbican February 19 – 22. We then come back to Bristol Old Vic March 4 – 8 and end the week with a timely performance on International Women’s Day. There is just one last thing before we hit the road:

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Following this, Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists take to the stage with new show Till We Win. EBYA will be at the Brighton Fringe on May 2 and BEAF on May 28, and also at The Rep‘s For/With/By in July. Stay tuned for links to tickets and get in touch if you would like to become part of EBYA.

Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists perform Till We Win at Lighthouse Poole - the young company are on stage, gathered together, standing tall with fists punching high in the air.

A Sneak Peek At Delicate, Our Show In Development

Here is a sneak peek at a video that documents last year’s R&D and an update from Jamie Beddard, our Joint Artistic Director:

“We live in a country and a world that’s becoming increasingly delicate. Our collaborative team aspires to make this show with the greatest impact. It’s inspired by our fast- and ever-changing political, social and environmental landscape. This means we need time and resources to do our aspiration justice. This will be our focus for Delicate in the future.”

First Partnership Projects In 2020

Logos for School for Social Entrepreneurs, Women Leaders South West and Rising Arts Agency.

Finally, watch out for call outs that focus on transforming arts leadership as we work alongside the School for Social Entrepreneurs, Women Leaders South West and Rising Arts Agency. All three projects focus on making the arts representative of everyone – young people, women, D/deaf and disabled people, and people from a wide variety of backgrounds. Watch this space and get in touch to hear more about mentorship, residencies and placements leadership opportunities.

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