What we can offer

Workshops

Talks & Workshops
Unfinished Histories can offer a range of tailor-made workshops, talks and presentations to organisations, venues, universities, colleges and schools, on themes relating to the work and practices of alternative theatre.

Theatre Workshops

Unfinished Histories theatre workshops give participants the chance to investigate different creative practices employed by the alternative theatre movement and look at how these ideas can be used to develop performance pieces of their own.

Talks and Presentations

We are able to offer talks and presentations on a variety of alternative theatre topics including:

>The history and practices of alternative theatre

>Women’s theatre companies

>Black and Asian theatre companies

>The work of Unfinished Histories

>Documenting and archiving

Talks and presentations draw on material taken from our oral history interviews and the archive material we have located and documented.

Oral History Workshops

Training and advice on how to set up and run oral history projects including technical expertise.

 

Exhibitions

Part of the work of Unfinished Histories is locating, documenting and placing archive material associated with alternative theatre:

>Posters and fliers

>Programmes

>Company and production photos

>Unpublished and out of print scripts

>Plays, books and articles from the period

We are accruing a substantial amount of this memorabilia and are able to offer theatres, colleges and libraries the opportunity of commissioning an exhibition from us for their community and art spaces.

Exhibition Archive

Women’s Theatre 1970s and 1980s, Drill Hall, 2008
Celebrating Oval House’- from Peter Oliver to Kate Crutchley, Oval House Café, 2008
Performing Revolutions, Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, 2010
Performing Revolutions – Noel Greig, Unicorn Theatre, 2010
Company Links will be at Oval House Theatre for 3 weeks from November 10th, 2103, Kentish Town Community Centre during the first week of January 2014 and Camden Local Studies Archive from the end of January 2104 for 6 weeks.