Presented by the MA/MFA Performance Practice as Research programme at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, BRINK is an annual festival highlighting works in progress by emerging performance practitioners from around the world. These performance events celebrate critical rigour in practice through performance-based inquiry. BRINK invites audiences to encounters that destabilise our perspectives and re-imagine what might be possible.
The MA Performance Practice as Research at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama invite you to Brink Festival 2018!
This year's Brink Festival presents innovative work-in-development by the performance practitioners of the MA/MFA program. Join us for six on-the-edge, work-in-development pieces which propose a slightly skewed way of thinking.
Delving into the intersections of identity, culture, truth and mythology, #BRINK2018 is an event not to miss. Taking place at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, the event will run from 25th to the 28th of June. MA/MFA Performance Practice as Research is designed for innovators who wish to investigate and interrogate the concepts and practices within contemporary performance. We are auteurs, interdisciplinary performers and makers, practitioner/researchers who wish to take our work to the edges of our specialism(s).
All performances will be recorded for documentation purposes.
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