Pride Workshop

These holidays we are ready to dive deep into the hero’s journey and celebrate all the things that make us proud! Through collaborative devising, discussion, and skill building, this free one-day workshop will highlight the joy of LGBTQIA+ storytelling and theatre. And pizza will be provided for lunch! Funded by the Pride Foundation.

Who are you?

Are you in years 7–12 and a member of the LGBTQIA+ community? In this workshop you’ll work with other young artists to uncover where exactly your pride lies.

Meet your workshop artist!

Rachel Robertson

Rachel has recently emigrated from Scotland. They graduated from Napier University with a BA(hons) in Acting and English Literature in 2017. They are one of the founding members of Storyboard Theatre, pieces of their work include the debut romantic classical fringe show The Shakespeares: Scenes from a Marriage written by Donna Soto Morettini and The Patient Prisoner by James Boal, written in response to 100 years of women winning the vote in Scotland. As well as this they worked as a drama assistant with Strangetown Co. and traveled to areas in Scotland delivering music workshops. Their ten years experience of the Edinburgh Fringe from performing, directing, stage management and technical work has prepared them for a world of theatrical oddities and they are excited to see what Canberra has in store.

Get the details!

WHOSecondary Years
WHEN14 April
WHEREGorman Arts Centre, Braddon
COSTFree of charge