Digital Freak Nation

Work together over the course of 4 mornings, creating a brand-new devised piece of physical theatre that pushes the boundaries of digital media.

For AgesAge 18-21, S1/2, S3/4, S5+

Do you love movement and physical theatre, learning and devising choreography, and thinking ‘outside of the box’? Then join The cast of ‘Freak Nation Digital’. Work together over the course of 4 mornings, creating a brand-new devised piece of physical theatre that pushes the boundaries of digital media. This event will be intense, challenging and most probably very sweaty! It will also be groundbreaking, push your creativity and (hopefully) fun! The event will end with a final performance at 2pm on the final day. 

Places available

All Change of PACE events and subscriptions are offered on a Donate What You Can basis until at least September 2020.  We want this to be flexible, so you can donate monthly, when you book an event or course, or not at all. You can enter 0 above if you already donate monthly or require free access.  PACE is a registered charity.

Event Details

Start date: July 21, 2020

End date: July 24, 2020

Start time: 10:00

End time: 13:00

Phone: 0345 130 5218

Email: pace@pacetheatre.co.uk

You might also like

Advanced MT: Six the Musical
Wednesday July 8 2020
Ends July 10 2020

Places available

Work with Chloe Lupton to devise scenes and advanced routines inspired by the hit historical musical.

Advanced MT: Hamilton
Tuesday July 28 2020
Ends July 30 2020

Places available

Learn some of the advanced choreography from iconic songs from the ground-breaking musical, Hamilton. With a live shared performance via Zoom on the final day. Led by Eleanor Farrelly.

Billy Elliot Scenes & Routines
Tuesday July 14 2020
Ends July 16 2020

Places available

Learn short scenes and dance routines from the hit musical Billy Elliot, culminating in an online performance live on Zoom!

Devised Digital Performance
Monday July 13 2020
Ends July 16 2020

Places available

Spend 4 days working with director Jordan Blackwood and writer Daniel Cameron to create a new short film, weaving together individual stories captured in isolation, culminating in an online sharing.