Hooligan Takeover: 4 Days of Theatre Workshops

We’re delighted to be working in partnership with Hooligan Art Community to host a 4-day creative takeover, with the aim to create a new piece of contemporary theatre right here in Bude!

If you have an interest in music, theatre, movement, performance and the processes behind creating new work this is the perfect opportunity for you!

Hooligan Art Community is an independent theatre company established in Kyiv, Ukraine in 2019. They create work that advocates for freedom of expression and equality. They devise brave, unconventional theatre performances, using music, movement and text.


Drawing inspiration from football chants, minimalism and pop music, you will be creating music and movement in a ‘Hooligan chorus’. Guided by composer Jessie and movement director Mathis you will work together to co-devise a soundscape of music using your voices, bodies and breath. You will explore storytelling around the hooligan themes with actor Simeon and director Peter. The workshops will explore themes of violence & vulnerability, as well as belonging, openness and collaboration. You will be working collaboratively with the team in a professional theatre making environment. At the end of the workshops, we will have an informal ‘open-mic’ style sharing of the workshopped material.

*we will provide you with a free cooked lunch each day, drinks and snacks*

We are looking for up to 15 young adults that will, through a series of workshops, help the artistic team test ideas and develop new musical material that will become central to a piece of contemporary theatre.

This is an ideal opportunity for anyone interested in a career in the arts as a performer, director, creator or producer!

Hourly Schedule

Friday 1st March

2pm - 5pm
Workshop Day 1

Saturday 2nd March

10am - 5pm
Workshop Day 2
Lunch included!

Sunday 3rd March

10am - 5pm
Workshop Day 3
Lunch included!
Group Sharing

Monday 4th March

2pm - 5pm
Workshop Day 4


01 - 04 Mar 2024


14:00 - 17:00
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