Upcoming Studio talk on Narrative, Art and Democracy

As part of the International Centre for Art and Narrative, York Theatre Royal and York St John University jointly curate a series of talks. For each event we bring together different voices that provide different perspectives for an engaging, stimulating and convivial evening of debate.

The next event on Monday 3rd November, 7.00pm at York Theatre Royal considers Narrative, Art and Democracy and asks Can you have democracy without art? Is there democracy within art? What democratic importance of sharing stories? What is the relationship between narrative and cultural difference?

Speakers include:

Paul Allen, broadcaster.

Damian Cruden, artistic director of York Theatre Royal

Jonothan Neelands, professor of Creative Education, University of Warwick

Zodwa Nyoni, Channel 4 writer in residence, West Yorkshire Playhouse.


This event is free, please book via the Theatre box office in advance or on the night: http://www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk/event/Studio_Talks.php#.VD97E1d_d8E