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Monthly Mic Drop Masterclass

Connecting with other creatives

Wed 29 Nov 2023


Marsh House

Calling all young Lutonian creatives!
Time to push your project further

Free (booking essential)

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Young creatives 16-30

Filmmakers, digital artists, designers, musicians, DJs, rap artists, dancers, choreographers, writers, poets, visual artists, actors, producers, creative entrepreneurs, podcasters


Join us for our Monthly Mic Drop Masterclass, where you’ll learn the art of seamless collaboration with other creatives! In this masterclass you will learn how to:

  • Enhance your collaboration skills and effectively work in a team of like-minded individuals.
  • Amplify your creativity by tapping into the collective imagination of the creative community.
  • Build lasting connections with fellow participants, forming a strong support network.

Our masterclass will be led by Rebecca Goh

Rebecca Goh is an interdisciplinary theatre director, dramaturg, writer, researcher, and critical practitioner.

This workshop is part of Revoluton Arts’ Monthly Mic Drop Masterclass series, which invites a different guest artist to ‘drop’ their knowledge and expertise each month. Each session aims to inspire you with cutting edge tips and techniques from the creative industry, support you to practise applying them to your craft, and connect you with a range of local creatives for future collaborations.

Rebecca Goh (they / them) is an interdisciplinary theatre director, writer, dramaturg, and facilitator. They have trained and worked internationally with artists and organisations in Poland, Germany, Singapore, India, the Czech Republic, and the UK. Their practice spans site-specific multimedia storytelling, crosscultural collaborations (including projects with hip-hop dancers, spoken word poets, scientists, creative technologists, and D/deaf and disabled artists), physical theatre, and immersive documentary performance. Driven by an ethos of play that centres communal co-creation and celebration, they strive to facilitate sustainable spaces for empathy. Their work has been described as “experimental theatre at its best”, with cleverly created subtleties and brave staging choices.

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Marsh House

Marsh House Community Centre, Bramingham Road Luton LU3 2SR
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A Revoluton Arts event supported by Arts Council England and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation

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