East End Collaborations 1999

Queen Mary and Westfield College presents

The East End Collaborations Platform

An open showcase for new performance work in London

27 – 29 May 1999

East End Collaborations is a venture by Queen Mary and Westfield College offering a space for performance events and workshops and an open performance platform for students, graduates and young artists from across London organised in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency.

The open performance platform will take place on Thursday 27, Friday 28 and Saturday 29 May in the Harold Pinter Studio at 7.30 each evening.

The platform is an opportunity for younger artists to showcase their work and for audiences to see an eclectic programme of new performances over three consecutive evenings.

Participants will be selected for the platform by open submission. Artists wishing to apply should complete and return an application form by 9 April at the latest. The final programme will be selected by 12 April.

Additional applications forms are available on request from: Lois Weaver, East End Collaborations/Platforms, School of English and Drama, Queen Mary and Westfield College, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS 0171 775 3355

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