Critical Practice 6

Critical Practice is a series of ongoing debates organised by Total Theatre, the Umbrella organisation for Mime, Physical Theatre and Visual Performance.

This debate is being held as part of the British Festival of Visual Theatre in association with the Young Vic and the Live Art Development Agency.

The British Festival of Visual Theatre is an annual festival which celebrates the field of physical performance with programmes taking places at the Young Vic, South Bank Centre, Apples & Snakes and BAC. There is a strong Live Art presence in this year's festival and in this debate leading practioners and promoters will be talking about the area and the specific issues around it.


A chance to ask questions and discuss ideas.

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