The cultural shifts of the 1960s and early 1970s brought new ways of making art, music, poetry and performance that challenged the traditional models of regional repertory theatres, arts and literary institutions.
In Hull, the creation of Hull Arts Centre gave residents a new venue offering plays, live music nights, a resident theatre-in education company and workshops in all art forms.
Rupert Creed, playwright, theatre director and writer, gives a fascinating insight into the inception of community theatre in Hull.
When and where: Friday, September 15, 1.30pm, at Wrecking Ball Arts Centre, 15 Whitefriargate
PUBLIC ADMISSION IS FREE TO ALL VENUES
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