Guildhall School presents Chapters Festival, Online

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Price: Free

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Ten Guildhall School students standing or kneeling in formation outside at the Barbican estate, surrounded by concrete and trees, with the word 'CHAPTERS' overlayed on the image in yellow outline
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Guildhall School’s pioneering BA (Hons) Performance & Creative Enterprise (PACE) programme was established in 2015 as a joint initiative between Guildhall and the Barbican with the aim of training visionary, socially engaged, multi-disciplinary, autonomous artists.

This October, the graduating class of 2020 present an eclectic online festival of brand-new performances, now available to watch again on Guildhall School’s website for free.

From immersive soundscapes to spoken word and rap theatre, and from experimental short films to stand-up comedy, Chapters celebrates the plurality, politics and ferocious power of PACE.

Each Chapters session features a Q&A with the artist led by Gilly Roche, Head of Interdisciplinary Practice and Programme Leader for PACE at Guildhall.

The festival performances and introductions are captioned, and the post-performance Q&As are BSL interpreted.

Chapters festival age guidance: 16+. These student-devised performances contain strong language and adult themes and content, as detailed below.

Access:
Captions, BSL interpretation

Location

Online

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