In this issue of Ink Pellet : Our Big Interview in this issue is with story teller, director and DJ Matthew Xia, who is determined to promote minority groups as theatre leaders, makers and consumers and to break down barriers to inclusion, plus we dropped in for a coffee with Steve Green of the progressive Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company.
We take a closer look at Bath Spa University, aiming to be a leading educational institution in creativity, culture and enterprise, with an emphasis on bringing enterprise and creativity together across all its courses. For those students looking to pursue a career ‘behind the scenes’, we’ve got some invaluable advice on the technical theatre courses available, whilst Susan Elkin provides additional salient advice on choosing the right training course or drama school in this month’s ‘Pause for Thought’ piece.
Travelling across the Channel, our Exhibition review this issue looks at the Museum Voorlinden, a Dutch private gallery of modern and contemporary art… just in case you happen to be passing in the coming months!
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