Ariadne is a global collective of women making social and political theatre to inspire change. We work with and connect women theatremakers stimulating political change in challenged societies, in order to avoid a repetition of the past. We cultivate hope by sharing our experiences, providing others with the tools to build on our practice and we create collaborative projects, amplifying our work and reaching diverse global audiences.
CURRENT PROJECTS include:
SOD THIS (for a laugh)! - a fast turnaround intervention to raise money for homelessness and rough sleeping in the UK, after a friend of founder Susannah Tresilian's, Paddy, died in the cold in London on New Year's Eve.
Thurs 9th March at Conway Hall, London (please click image for more info):
Founded in 2014 by Susannah Tresilian, Ariadne was set up to bring together the bold, maverick women she has come across during her travels working abroad, and to create a platform that supports these women working in all aspects of theatre creation and builds their skills and experience. The network currently spreads across the following countries: Burundi, Palestine, Rwanda, Serbia, Sri Lanka and the UK.
This project has been supported by Arts Council England
Thankyou to the ever-wonderful Dominic Campbell for presenting us with this quote:
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