Saturday 30th November - 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Duration: 60 minutes
Number of Participants: 50
What does an artist do when they are not working? How do they continue to grow when they are not practising their own craft? In this talk, Bruce Guthrie reveals his methodical approach to consuming arts and culture. If you are what you eat physically, then culturally we are what we read, watch, see and experience.
Requirements: Notebook & Pencil/Pen
Bruce Guthrie – Head of Theatre & Film for the NCPA
Bruce has directed critically acclaimed plays and musicals, in London, New York and all over the world. He trained as a Director at the National Theatre Studio and has worked as an assistant or associate to Howard Davies, Richard Eyre, Sam Mendes, and Deborah Warner. He was the Artistic Director of the National Youth Theatre of Wales in 2015 & 2016 and has worked with multiple UK Conservatoires including Guildford School of Acting (where he sits on the advisory board), The London Academy of Dramatic Art (LAMDA) The Royal Academy of Music and the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. He has worked with a number of award-winning actors, athletes and Royalty (including British Lions Captain Sam Warburton OBE and the Prince of Wales) to raise money for charity by writing, directing and producing large-scale events, fundraisers and concerts.
Admission on a first-come-first-served basis.