A special event hosted by the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) invites people to have their say about the future of theatre. The finale of Improbable Theatre Company’s Devoted and Disgruntled 2012 Roadshow is open to anybody who is interested in discussing the state of the arts whether they are audience members, performers, amateur theatre makers or have never been to the theatre before.

Over recent months, the Roadshow has set up camp in venues around the UK canvassing opinions from onstage and off in a concerted effort to improve the theatre experience for all by encouraging a national conversion amongst artists, audiences and those who don’t attend.

RSC Director of Events and Exhibitions Geraldine Collinge said: 

‘The Roadshow provides an opportunity for people to share their viagrapurchase thoughts and ideas on what they think the future of theatre could be and what role they’d like the RSC to play in creating it.

‘Whether people go to the theatre regularly, occasionally, haven’t been for a while or think theatre is not for them, we want to hear from them.

‘The Devoted and Disgruntled Roadshow will bring together theatre-makers, audience members, students, funders and members of the new RSC leadership team in one room and everyone will be able to have their say.’

The Devoted and Disgruntled Roadshow 2012 takes place from 10am to 6pm onSunday 7 October 2012 at the Clore Learning Centre, Waterside, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Admission is free but places should be booked in advance either through the Devoted and Disgruntled website or by calling the Improbable Theatre Company’s office on 020 7240 4556 or emailing office@improbable.co.uk.

  • Devoted and Disgruntled 2012 Roadshow 
  • Sunday 7 October 2012
  • 10am – 6pm
  • Clore Learning Centre
  • Waterside
  • Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Admission FREE
  • Tickets: www.devotedanddisgruntled.com

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