28 March 2019 to 31 March 2019
27 March 2019
10:00 to 18:00

Ticket office

Billetterie

Our friends at Hull Truck Theatre Box Office are looking after tickets for the artistic programme. If you have bought your tickets in advance, you can pick them up from here, or if you haven’t bought your tickets online yet, this is the place to do it. Please check the accessibility of the venue...Read more

Our friends at Hull Truck Theatre Box Office are looking after tickets for the artistic programme. If you have bought your tickets in advance, you can pick them up from here, or if you haven’t bought your tickets online yet, this is the place to do it.Read more

Networking activities
12:00 to 19:00

Pre-meeting trip to Leeds

Excursion de pré-réunion à Leeds

Ahead of IETM Hull 2019, you’re invited to stop off at Leeds as we gather to walk, talk and dine our way around the city. We will entertain you, stimulate you and, most importantly, feed you as we travel around the city, meeting artists, visiting venues and discussing innovative ways of working,...Read more

Avant l’IETM Hull 2019, nous vous invitons à faire halte à Leeds, où nous nous rassemblerons pour marcher, discuter et dîner dans la ville. Vous serez divertis, stimulés et, plus important encore, nourris au fil de notre promenade dans la ville, où nous rencontrerons des artistes, visiterons des...Read more

Parallel activities
19:30 to 21:00

Us Against Whatever - Middle Child

Us Against Whatever - Middle Child

in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse and Hull Truck Theatre. From Pride in Poland to City of Culture to Brexit Britain, Us Against Whatever is an electrifying cabaret about the places we keep in our hearts. Anna is starting to think she made a mistake in moving to Hull. Steph sees...Read more

en collaboration avec Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse et le Hull Truck Theatre. De la Gay Pride en Pologne à la ville de la culture en passant par la Grande-Bretagne du Brexit, Us Against Whatever est un cabaret électrisant qui revisite les lieux que nous chérissons. Anna commence à croire qu’...Read more

Artistic programme
28 March 2019
10:00 to 18:00

Daytime meeting space

Espace de rencontre de jour

Hull Truck Theatre provides a creative space for you to take a break between or during sessions. You may want to have a moment to reflect on what you’ve seen or heard, grab a coffee or explore possible collaborations with your international peers. It’s your space! Please check the accessibility of...Read more

Hull Truck Theatre provides a creative space for you to take a break between or during sessions. You may want to have a moment to reflect on what you’ve seen or heard, grab a coffee or explore possible collaborations with your international peers. It’s your space! Veuillez consulter l'accessibilité...Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 18:00

Library corner

Library corner

Library Corner is a curated drop-in space. Discover and be inspired by what UK members have been working on and their plans for the future around the theme of Inclusion. Access research, case studies and reports or watch video documentation as you explore new perspectives and learn from UK members...Read more

Library Corner is a curated drop-in space. Discover and be inspired by what UK members have been working on and their plans for the future around the theme of Inclusion. Access research, case studies and reports or watch video documentation as you explore new perspectives and learn from UK members...Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 18:00

Registration, check-in and info desk

Inscription, enregistrement et infos

The IETM Hull 2019 registration desk is located on the ground floor foyer of Hull Truck Theatre. Make it your first port of call to collect your registration pack, meet colleagues and peers and ask any questions about the sessions, artistic programme or your stay in Hull.Read more

The IETM Hull 2019 registration desk is located on the ground floor foyer of Hull Truck Theatre. Make it your first port of call to collect your registration pack, meet colleagues and peers and ask any questions about the sessions, artistic programme or your stay in Hull.Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 12:00

Advisory Committee meeting

Réunion du Comité consultatif

For IETM’s Advisory Committee members only. Please check the accessibility of the venue here .Read more

Activité réservée aux membres du Comité consultatif. Veuillez consulter l'accessibilité de ce lieu ici .Read more

Membership activities
10:00 to 18:00

Ticket office

Billetterie

Our friends at Hull Truck Theatre Box Office are looking after tickets for the artistic programme. If you have bought your tickets in advance, you can pick them up from here, or if you haven’t bought your tickets online yet, this is the place to do it. Please check the accessibility of the venue...Read more

Our friends at Hull Truck Theatre Box Office are looking after tickets for the artistic programme. If you have bought your tickets in advance, you can pick them up from here, or if you haven’t bought your tickets online yet, this is the place to do it. Veuillez consulter l'accessibilité de ce lieu...Read more

Networking activities
12:00 to 13:30

Deep in the IETM web

Deep in the IETM web

We are in the process of making improvements to our website, to make it as user-friendly as possible, this will mean less time searching for information and browsing through potential partners' database. This informal chat aims to collect your ideas about IETM’s digital platform. What works? What...Read more

We are in the process of making improvements to our website, to make it as user-friendly as possible, this will mean less time searching for information and browsing through potential partners' database. This informal chat aims to collect your ideas about IETM’s digital platform. What works? What...Read more

Membership activities
12:00 to 15:00

Training for emerging producers

Training for emerging producers

Cooperation and collaboration are on everyone's agenda, from big festivals and cultural agencies to new artistic collectives. Is it easy to work and share with others in a time of excessive individualism and apply market values in the field of the performing arts? How can we create our own...Read more

Cooperation and collaboration are on everyone's agenda, from big festivals and cultural agencies to new artistic collectives. Is it easy to work and share with others in a time of excessive individualism and apply market values in the field of the performing arts? How can we create our own...Read more

Working sessions
13:00 to 15:30

Arts in rural areas

Arts in rural areas

Our Satellite Wales (September 2018) was dedicated to the theme of meaningful collaborations in rural communities and with other sectors, not just the arts. This focus group which builds on the burning questions raised during IETM Munich deepens these conversations and researches what actions are...Read more

Our Satellite Wales (September 2018) was dedicated to the theme of meaningful collaborations in rural communities and with other sectors, not just the arts. This focus group which builds on the burning questions raised during IETM Munich deepens these conversations and researches what actions are...Read more

Networking activities
13:30 to 15:00

Associate members meeting

Réunion des membres associés

For IETM’s Associate members only. Please check the accessibility of the venue here .Read more

Activité réservée aux membres associés de l’IETM. Veuillez consulter l'accessibilité de ce lieu ici .Read more

Membership activities
13:30 to 15:00

Sound and music theatre

Théâtre musical et sonore

A regular fixture since 2010, this session gives delegates an insight into what’s happening in the world of music theatre and sonic arts around Europe. A space for members and non-member participants, who are presenting and producing sound and music theatre, to share information regarding resources...Read more

A regular fixture since 2010, this session gives delegates an insight into what’s happening in the world of music theatre and sonic arts around Europe. A space for members and non-member participants, who are presenting and producing sound and music theatre, to share information regarding resources...Read more

Working sessions
13:30 to 15:00

Who’s there?

Qui est là ?

Join Eileen Evans, from Sheffield-based Forced Entertainment and Albert Meijer from IETM as we say hello to new members, connect faces to names, and provide you with an opportunity to ask questions about our network. Everybody is welcome! Please check the accessibility of the venue here .Read more

Join Eileen Evans, from Sheffield-based Forced Entertainment and Albert Meijer from IETM as we say hello to new members, connect faces to names, and provide you with an opportunity to ask questions about our network. Everybody is welcome! Veuillez consulter l'accessibilité de ce lieu ici .Read more

Networking activities
15:30 to 17:00

Opening keynote speech: What did you have to leave at the door in order to show up today?

Opening keynote speech: What did you have to leave at the door in order to show up today?

Can diversity actually make a person lose their identity? Speaking from her personal experience, award-winning social entrepreneur, creative producer and founder of Sour Lemons, Sade Brown, explores how diversity can strip identity, and be damaging to both the individual and the organisation. How...Read more

Can diversity actually make a person lose their identity? Speaking from her personal experience, award-winning social entrepreneur, creative producer and founder of Sour Lemons, Sade Brown, explores how diversity can strip identity, and be damaging to both the individual and the organisation. How...Read more

Working sessions
17:00 to 18:00

Welcome reception

Welcome reception

Welcome to Hull. We know great art and culture and we can’t wait to show you what our city has in store for you this weekend. Join us as we kick off IETM Hull 2019 in style at Hull Truck Theatre. Meet old friends and get acquainted to new as we gather to celebrate the start of IETM Hull over...Read more

Welcome to Hull. We know great art and culture and we can’t wait to show you what our city has in store for you this weekend. Join us as we kick off IETM Hull 2019 in style at Hull Truck Theatre. Meet old friends and get acquainted to new as we gather to celebrate the start of IETM Hull over...Read more

Networking activities
18:00 to 19:00

Poda Poda

Poda Poda

Poda Poda is a collective of six artists, three from Sierra Leone and three from the UK. The project, commissioned by British Council and Hull Truck Theatre brought the artists together to exchange culture, share practice and develop new work with support from Hull Truck’s recent Changemaker,...Read more

Poda Poda est un collectif de six artistes dont trois sont originaires de Sierra Leone et trois du Royaume-Uni. Commandé par le British Council et le Hull Truck Theatre, le projet a rassemblé ces artistes afin qu’ils échangent sur leur culture, partagent leur pratique et développent une oeuvre...Read more

Artistic programme
19:30 to 20:30

Man on the Moon - Keisha Thompson

Man on the Moon - Keisha Thompson

A journey through space and time, fuelled by love, fear and Afrofuturism. In this award-winning solo performance, directed by Benji Reid, Keisha communicates with her reclusive dad through books, letters and symbols. But when the letters stop coming she is forced to venture into his world. This...Read more

Un voyage au travers du temps et de l’espace alimenté par l’amour, la peur et l’afrofuturisme. Dans cette représentation en solo mise en scène par Benji Reid, Keisha communique avec son père reclus par le biais de livres, de lettres et de symboles. Toutefois, lorsque les lettres cessent de lui...Read more

Artistic programme
19:30 to 21:00

Face In / Let’s Talk About Dis - Candoco Dance Company

Face In / Let’s Talk About Dis - Candoco Dance Company

Candoco Dance Company created a sensation last year performing to over 10 million people on BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing. The renowned company of disabled and non-disabled dancers continue to offer profound, boundary-pushing experiences in its latest double bill, Face In by Yasmeen Godder and...Read more

La Candoco Dance Company a fait sensation l’année dernière en dansant devant plus de 10 millions de personnes dans l’émission Strictly Come Dancing de la chaîne BBC One. La célèbre compagnie de danseurs valides et invalides continue d’offrir des expériences profondes qui repoussent les barrières...Read more

Artistic programme
19:30 to 21:00

Us Against Whatever - Middle Child

Us Against Whatever - Middle Child

in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse and Hull Truck Theatre. From Pride in Poland to City of Culture to Brexit Britain, Us Against Whatever is an electrifying cabaret about the places we keep in our hearts. Anna is starting to think she made a mistake in moving to Hull. Steph sees...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais . La version française suivra bientôt. in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse and Hull Truck Theatre. From Pride in Poland to City of Culture to Brexit Britain, Us Against Whatever is an electrifying cabaret about the...Read more

Artistic programme
21:00 to 03:00

Late night meeting point

Late night meeting point

Join us in the cultural hub of Hull – the old Fruit Market area - for our late-night meet ups. Drinks will be flowing from 9pm, and DJs will be spinning tunes from 11pm until 3am, while Humber Street Gallery – Hull's contemporary art gallery, also run by Absolutely Cultured – will be open for...Read more

Join us in the cultural hub of Hull – the old Fruit Market area - for our late-night meet ups. Drinks will be flowing from 9pm, and DJs will be spinning tunes from 11pm until 3am, while Humber Street Gallery – Hull's contemporary art gallery, also run by Absolutely Cultured – will be open for...Read more

Networking activities
21:30 to 22:35

No Kids - Ad Infinitum

No Kids - Ad Infinitum

No Kids is the latest energetic, hilarious, moving and thought-provoking play from the multi-award-winning Bristol-based company, Ad Infinitum. Should we have kids, or not? George and Nir are a real-life same-sex couple trying to answer a question many of us face. Every consideration – adoption,...Read more

Invitant à la réflexion, No kids est la dernière pièce dynamique, hilarante et émouvante de la compagnie Ad Infinitum, basée à Bristol et récompensée par de nombreux prix. Devrions-nous avoir des enfants ou non ? George et Nir sont un couple homosexuel, dans la vie comme sur scène, qui tente de...Read more

Artistic programme
29 March 2019
09:00 to 09:45

Morning energiser

Morning energiser

Accessible for all participants, start your day the right way with Jon Beney, dancer, choreographer and movement director at Ten Foot Dance Company. Jon works with dancers and non-dancers of all ages and abilities and his fun, energetic and inclusive introduction to movement will wake you up and...Read more

Accessible for all participants, start your day the right way with Jon Beney, dancer, choreographer and movement director at Ten Foot Dance Company. Jon works with dancers and non-dancers of all ages and abilities and his fun, energetic and inclusive introduction to movement will wake you up and...Read more

Parallel activities
10:00 to 18:00

Daytime meeting space

Espace de rencontre de jour

Hull Truck Theatre provides a creative space for you to take a break between or during sessions. You may want to have a moment to reflect on what you’ve seen or heard, grab a coffee or explore possible collaborations with your international peers. It’s your space!Read more

Hull Truck Theatre provides a creative space for you to take a break between or during sessions. You may want to have a moment to reflect on what you’ve seen or heard, grab a coffee or explore possible collaborations with your international peers. It’s your space!Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 18:00

Library corner

Library corner

Library Corner is a curated drop-in space. Discover and be inspired by what UK members have been working on and their plans for the future around the theme of Inclusion. Access research, case studies and reports or watch video documentation as you explore new perspectives and learn from UK members...Read more

Library Corner is a curated drop-in space. Discover and be inspired by what UK members have been working on and their plans for the future around the theme of Inclusion. Access research, case studies and reports or watch video documentation as you explore new perspectives and learn from UK members...Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 18:00

Registration, check-in and info desk

Inscription, enregistrement et infos

The IETM Hull 2019 registration desk is located on the ground floor foyer of Hull Truck Theatre. Make it your first port of call to collect your registration pack, meet colleagues and peers and ask any questions about the sessions, artistic programme or your stay in Hull.Read more

The IETM Hull 2019 registration desk is located on the ground floor foyer of Hull Truck Theatre. Make it your first port of call to collect your registration pack, meet colleagues and peers and ask any questions about the sessions, artistic programme or your stay in Hull.Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 18:00

Ticket office

Billetterie

Our friends at Hull Truck Theatre Box Office are looking after tickets for the artistic programme. If you have bought your tickets in advance, you can pick them up from here, or if you haven’t bought your tickets online yet, this is the place to do it.Read more

Our friends at Hull Truck Theatre Box Office are looking after tickets for the artistic programme. If you have bought your tickets in advance, you can pick them up from here, or if you haven’t bought your tickets online yet, this is the place to do it.Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 11:00

Talk of the day: Biscuits Beyond Borders - A Call to Action

Talk of the day: Biscuits Beyond Borders - A Call to Action

Jess Thom, co-founder of Touretteshero, may or may not lead a secret double life as a superhero. Artist, writer and expert activist, Jess has had tics since she was a child but was not diagnosed with Tourettes until she was in her 20s. At a time seemingly defined by division and insularity, Jess...Read more

Jess Thom, co-founder of Touretteshero, may or may not lead a secret double life as a superhero. Artist, writer and expert activist, Jess has had tics since she was a child but was not diagnosed with Tourettes until she was in her 20s. At a time seemingly defined by division and insularity, Jess...Read more

Working sessions
11:30 to 12:30

Artistic programme unveiled

Artistic programme unveiled

Where do you start when programming art to showcase the best of a city and region, while exploring national and international themes about inclusivity? How do you decide what is and isn’t selected? In this presentation and Q&A, join in the conversation about how to curate an inclusive programme...Read more

Where do you start when programming art to showcase the best of a city and region, while exploring national and international themes about inclusivity? How do you decide what is and isn’t selected? In this presentation and Q&A, join in the conversation about how to curate an inclusive programme...Read more

Working sessions
11:30 to 13:30

If funders really wanted to support artists – what could they do?

If funders really wanted to support artists – what could they do?

There is constant criticism of bodies who fund art. Artists often feel that they are speaking a different language to funders. With different priorities and different approaches to risk, artists can feel alienated rather than supported by funding bodies. In this open forum discussion, within a...Read more

Working sessions
11:30 to 13:30

Everyone has an opinion, but only mine is right

Everyone has an opinion, but only mine is right

Issues of inclusion, diversity and difference can often become intense, fractured and difficult. How can we remain in dialogue with those who hold different opinions to our own? How can we stop trying to change their minds and instead work positively from multiple viewpoints and perspectives...Read more

Issues of inclusion, diversity and difference can often become intense, fractured and difficult. How can we remain in dialogue with those who hold different opinions to our own? How can we stop trying to change their minds and instead work positively from multiple viewpoints and perspectives...Read more

Working sessions
11:30 to 13:30

Newsround UK

Newsround UK

The Newsround session is a series of short presentations of current projects from UK participants as well as a space for new UK members to introduce themselves and their organisations. The benefit of this space is to find your future partners, gain an overview of what’s on and share new models of...Read more

The Newsround session is a series of short presentations of current projects from UK participants as well as a space for new UK members to introduce themselves and their organisations. The benefit of this space is to find your future partners, gain an overview of what’s on and share new models of...Read more

Networking activities
11:30 to 13:00

Artists’ walk

Artists’ walk

A walking tour of the city led by Hull-based theatre company The Roaring Girls . From cultural buildings and cobbled streets, to artistic hotspots and hangouts, take in the artists and stages that hosted the UK’s 2017 City of Culture. Look down an alley, in a public garden, or historic pub and you...Read more

A walking tour of the city led by Hull-based theatre company The Roaring Girls . From cultural buildings and cobbled streets, to artistic hotspots and hangouts, take in the artists and stages that hosted the UK’s 2017 City of Culture. Look down an alley, in a public garden, or historic pub and you...Read more

Parallel activities
11:30 to 13:30

Producers in the middle

Producers in the middle

The performing arts sector is an ecosystem that is sustainable only by reinforcing all the links of the creation chain. In the middle of this chain is the producer, a bridge between the artists and companies on one side and the venues and festival on another. Despite this, producers don't drive as...Read more

The performing arts sector is an ecosystem that is sustainable only by reinforcing all the links of the creation chain. In the middle of this chain is the producer, a bridge between the artists and companies on one side and the venues and festival on another. Despite this, producers don't drive as...Read more

Working sessions
14:00 to 15:00

Meet the artists

Meet the artists

Join Lindsay Stockley from Absolutely Cultured, and meet some of the artists from this weekend’s artistic programme. Here is your chance, through a series of roundtable discussions, to find out about the artists’ professional journeys, experiences, challenges, inspirations, and ambitions.Read more

Join Lindsay Stockley from Absolutely Cultured, and meet some of the artists from this weekend’s artistic programme. Here is your chance, through a series of roundtable discussions, to find out about the artists’ professional journeys, experiences, challenges, inspirations, and ambitions.Read more

Networking activities
14:00 to 15:30

Everyday creators: friends or foes?

Everyday creators: friends or foes?

What makes an artist an artist? How can we encourage more people to become artists? In this panel discussion and interactive open forum we explore whether it is possible to awaken more people to the arts and empower potential artists by supporting everyday creativity. Or is this a means to atomise...Read more

What makes an artist an artist? How can we encourage more people to become artists? In this panel discussion and interactive open forum we explore whether it is possible to awaken more people to the arts and empower potential artists by supporting everyday creativity. Or is this a means to atomise...Read more

Working sessions
14:30 to 16:00

Artists’ walk

Artists’ walk

A walking tour of the city led by Hull-based theatre company The Roaring Girls . From cultural buildings and cobbled streets, to artistic hotspots and hangouts, take in the artists and stages that hosted the UK’s 2017 City of Culture. Look down an alley, in a public garden, or historic pub and you...Read more

A walking tour of the city led by Hull-based theatre company The Roaring Girls . From cultural buildings and cobbled streets, to artistic hotspots and hangouts, take in the artists and stages that hosted the UK’s 2017 City of Culture. Look down an alley, in a public garden, or historic pub and you...Read more

Parallel activities
15:00 to 18:00

Training for emerging producers

Training for emerging producers

Cooperation and collaboration are on everyone's agenda, from big festivals and cultural agencies to new artistic collectives. Is it easy to work and share with others in a time of excessive individualism and apply market values in the field of the performing arts? How can we create our own...Read more

Cooperation and collaboration are on everyone's agenda, from big festivals and cultural agencies to new artistic collectives. Is it easy to work and share with others in a time of excessive individualism and apply market values in the field of the performing arts? How can we create our own...Read more

Working sessions
16:00 to 17:30

Diversifying the workforce

Diversifying the workforce

What are the benefits of diversifying your workforce, and how do you actually make this aim a reality? How can we afford to do this when resources get tighter and it’s easier and quicker to just do what you’ve always done before? In this working session, the panel will identify some of the...Read more

What are the benefits of diversifying your workforce, and how do you actually make this aim a reality? How can we afford to do this when resources get tighter and it’s easier and quicker to just do what you’ve always done before? In this working session, the panel will identify some of the...Read more

Working sessions
16:00 to 18:00

Language barriers

Language barriers

Language, under all its forms, is our best way to communicate and engage. Yet it is also a powerful tool used for discrimination in relation to social class, spoken versus signed language, and national versus regional dialect. In this panel discussion, we’ll discuss how we can overcome these...Read more

Language, under all its forms, is our best way to communicate and engage. Yet it is also a powerful tool used for discrimination in relation to social class, spoken versus signed language, and national versus regional dialect. In this panel discussion, we’ll discuss how we can overcome these...Read more

Working sessions
18:00 to 19:30

Dinner with local artists

Dinner with local artists

Hosted by producers from Hull Independent Producers Initiative, this an opportunity to meet with local artists to discuss and debate the themes of IETM Hull over dinner. The Hull Independent Producer Initiative supports and develops Hull’s performing arts sector. In addition to providing training...Read more

Hosted by producers from Hull Independent Producers Initiative, this an opportunity to meet with local artists to discuss and debate the themes of IETM Hull over dinner. The Hull Independent Producer Initiative supports and develops Hull’s performing arts sector. In addition to providing training...Read more

Networking activities
18:00 to 23:59

Speak Bitterness - Forced Entertainment

Speak Bitterness - Forced Entertainment

Dressed in suits behind a long table, performers compete to confess the most horrific, amusing or convincing things. Speaking softly, they meet the gaze of the audience, drawing them into direct and intimate contact. First presented in 1994, Speak Bitterness has subsequently been shown in both...Read more

Dressed in suits behind a long table, performers compete to confess the most horrific, amusing or convincing things. Speaking softly, they meet the gaze of the audience, drawing them into direct and intimate contact. First presented in 1994, Speak Bitterness has subsequently been shown in both...Read more

Parallel activities
19:30 to 21:00

Us Against Whatever - Middle Child

Us Against Whatever - Middle Child

in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse and Hull Truck Theatre. From Pride in Poland to City of Culture to Brexit Britain, Us Against Whatever is an electrifying cabaret about the places we keep in our hearts. Anna is starting to think she made a mistake in moving to Hull. Steph sees...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais. La version française suivra bientôt. in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse and Hull Truck Theatre. From Pride in Poland to City of Culture to Brexit Britain, Us Against Whatever is an electrifying cabaret about the...Read more

Artistic programme
19:30 to 21:00

Face In / Let’s Talk About Dis - Candoco Dance Company

Face In / Let’s Talk About Dis - Candoco Dance Company

Candoco Dance Company created a sensation last year performing to over 10 million people on BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing. The renowned company of disabled and non-disabled dancers continue to offer profound, boundary-pushing experiences in its latest double bill, Face In by Yasmeen Godder and...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais. La version française suivra bientôt. Candoco Dance Company created a sensation last year performing to over 10 million people on BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing. The renowned company of disabled and non-disabled dancers continue to offer...Read more

Artistic programme
19:30 to 21:00

The Money - Kaleider

The Money - Kaleider

A cross between a game and a theatrical performance, The Money plays out in Hull’s historic centre of power, the Guildhall. Choose to be a Player, Silent Witness, or a Voyeur. Become a Player by donating as much as you can. Work with other Players to decide what to spend the group’s money on. You...Read more

Croisement entre jeu et représentation théâtrale, The Money se joue dans le centre de pouvoir historique de Hull, l’hôtel de ville. Vous avez le choix d’incarner un Joueur, un Témoin silencieux ou un Voyeur. Devenez un Joueur en faisant le plus grand don possible. Collaborez avec les autres Joueurs...Read more

Artistic programme
19:30 to 20:30

This is Not a Safe Space - Jackie Hagan

This is Not a Safe Space - Jackie Hagan

Jackie Hagan is a working class, queer amputee. She has a council estate heart and a jumble sale soul but cut her and she bleeds hummus. Annoyed by the media portrayal of her kind, Jackie interviewed 80 people living on disability benefits and interweaves snippets of these conversations with her...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais. La version française suivra bientôt. Jackie Hagan is a working class, queer amputee. She has a council estate heart and a jumble sale soul but cut her and she bleeds hummus. Annoyed by the media portrayal of her kind, Jackie interviewed...Read more

Artistic programme
20:00 to 21:00

A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) - Silent Uproar

A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) - Silent Uproar

This hilarious cabaret musical about depression, from award-winning Hull theatre company Silent Uproar, explains, sings, and throws glitter about how it’s OK not to be OK. Written by Olivier award winner Jon Brittain (Rotterdam  and  Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho) and with music by Matthew Floyd...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais. La version française suivra bientôt. This hilarious cabaret musical about depression, from award-winning Hull theatre company Silent Uproar, explains, sings, and throws glitter about how it’s OK not to be OK. Written by Olivier award...Read more

Artistic programme
21:00 to 03:00

Late night meeting point

Late night meeting point

Join us in the cultural hub of Hull – the old Fruit Market area - for our late-night meet ups. Drinks will be flowing from 9pm, and DJs will be spinning tunes from 11pm until 3am, while Humber Street Gallery – Hull's contemporary art gallery, also run by Absolutely Cultured – will be open for...Read more

Join us in the cultural hub of Hull – the old Fruit Market area - for our late-night meet ups. Drinks will be flowing from 9pm, and DJs will be spinning tunes from 11pm until 3am, while Humber Street Gallery – Hull's contemporary art gallery, also run by Absolutely Cultured – will be open for...Read more

Networking activities
21:30 to 22:30

Confessions of a Cockney Temple Dancer - Altered Skin

Confessions of a Cockney Temple Dancer - Altered Skin

In a bedazzling mix of comedy, theatre and dance, Shane Shambhu reveals his journey from a ‘fat kid’ in the cultural melting pot of East London to international performer. From being an unlikely Indian-dance student to a ‘rude boy’, and a marketing manager to international performer, his story...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais. La version française suivra bientôt. In a bedazzling mix of comedy, theatre and dance, Shane Shambhu reveals his journey from a ‘fat kid’ in the cultural melting pot of East London to international performer. From being an unlikely...Read more

Artistic programme
30 March 2019
09:00 to 09:45

Morning energiser

Morning energiser

Accessible for all participants, start your day the right way with Jon Beney, dancer, choreographer and movement director at Ten Foot Dance Company. Jon works with dancers and non-dancers of all ages and abilities and his fun, energetic and inclusive introduction to movement will wake you up and...Read more

Accessible for all participants, start your day the right way with Jon Beney, dancer, choreographer and movement director at Ten Foot Dance Company. Jon works with dancers and non-dancers of all ages and abilities and his fun, energetic and inclusive introduction to movement will wake you up and...Read more

Parallel activities
10:00 to 18:00

Daytime meeting space

Espace de rencontre de jour

Hull Truck Theatre provides a creative space for you to take a break between or during sessions. You may want to have a moment to reflect on what you’ve seen or heard, grab a coffee or explore possible collaborations with your international peers. It’s your space!Read more

Hull Truck Theatre provides a creative space for you to take a break between or during sessions. You may want to have a moment to reflect on what you’ve seen or heard, grab a coffee or explore possible collaborations with your international peers. It’s your space!Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 18:00

Library corner

Library corner

Library Corner is a curated drop-in space. Discover and be inspired by what UK members have been working on and their plans for the future around the theme of Inclusion. Access research, case studies and reports or watch video documentation as you explore new perspectives and learn from UK members...Read more

Library Corner is a curated drop-in space. Discover and be inspired by what UK members have been working on and their plans for the future around the theme of Inclusion. Access research, case studies and reports or watch video documentation as you explore new perspectives and learn from UK members...Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 18:00

Registration, check-in and info desk

Inscription, enregistrement et infos

The IETM Hull 2019 registration desk is located on the ground floor foyer of Hull Truck Theatre. Make it your first port of call to collect your registration pack, meet colleagues and peers and ask any questions about the sessions, artistic programme or your stay in Hull.Read more

The IETM Hull 2019 registration desk is located on the ground floor foyer of Hull Truck Theatre. Make it your first port of call to collect your registration pack, meet colleagues and peers and ask any questions about the sessions, artistic programme or your stay in Hull.Read more

Networking activities
10:00 to 18:00

Ticket office

Billetterie

Our friends at Hull Truck Theatre Box Office are looking after tickets for the artistic programme. If you have bought your tickets in advance, you can pick them up from here, or if you haven’t bought your tickets online yet, this is the place to do it.Read more

Our friends at Hull Truck Theatre Box Office are looking after tickets for the artistic programme. If you have bought your tickets in advance, you can pick them up from here, or if you haven’t bought your tickets online yet, this is the place to do it.Read more

Networking activities
11:30 to 13:00

Resilient and inclusive cities

Resilient and inclusive cities

In the face of globalisation, cities see their values ​​and identity erode and their internal sources of economic, social, political and cultural development brutally subjected to powers beyond their control. However, experience shows that certain territories do better than others by resisting,...Read more

In the face of globalisation, cities see their values ​​and identity erode and their internal sources of economic, social, political and cultural development brutally subjected to powers beyond their control. However, experience shows that certain territories do better than others by resisting,...Read more

Working sessions
11:30 to 13:00

From Palestine with love

From Palestine with love

Participants share their experience of the IETM Caravan in Palestine which took place in December 2018Read more

Participants share their experience of the IETM Caravan in Palestine which took place in December 2018Read more

Working sessions
11:30 to 13:30

What can we learn about inclusion from games?

What can we learn about inclusion from games?

Games offer a metaphorical journey in which players need to engage and be generous. Join Jorge Lopes Ramos from ZU-UK and Tim Laning from Grendel Games to discuss what the arts can learn about inclusion from games. In an interactive and immersive session, you will explore how the language of gaming...Read more

Games offer a metaphorical journey in which players need to engage and be generous. Join Jorge Lopes Ramos from ZU-UK and Tim Laning from Grendel Games to discuss what the arts can learn about inclusion from games. In an interactive and immersive session, you will explore how the language of gaming...Read more

Working sessions
11:30 to 13:00

Nothing about us without us

Nothing about us without us

Working sessions
11:30 to 13:00

Artists’ walk

Artists’ walk

A walking tour of the city led by Hull-based theatre company The Roaring Girls . From cultural buildings and cobbled streets, to artistic hotspots and hangouts, take in the artists and stages that hosted the UK’s 2017 City of Culture. Look down an alley, in a public garden, or historic pub and you...Read more

A walking tour of the city led by Hull-based theatre company The Roaring Girls . From cultural buildings and cobbled streets, to artistic hotspots and hangouts, take in the artists and stages that hosted the UK’s 2017 City of Culture. Look down an alley, in a public garden, or historic pub and you...Read more

Parallel activities
11:30 to 13:30

Newsround

Newsround

The Newsround session is a series of short presentations of current projects from participants to introduce themselves and their organisations. The benefit of this space is to find your future partners, gain an overview of what’s on and share new models of cooperation and best practices within the...Read more

The Newsround session is a series of short presentations of current projects from participants to introduce themselves and their organisations. The benefit of this space is to find your future partners, gain an overview of what’s on and share new models of cooperation and best practices within the...Read more

Networking activities
14:00 to 15:30

Us Against Whatever - Middle Child

Us Against Whatever - Middle Child

in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse and Hull Truck Theatre. From Pride in Poland to City of Culture to Brexit Britain, Us Against Whatever is an electrifying cabaret about the places we keep in our hearts. Anna is starting to think she made a mistake in moving to Hull. Steph sees...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais . La version française suivra bientôt. in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse and Hull Truck Theatre. From Pride in Poland to City of Culture to Brexit Britain, Us Against Whatever is an electrifying cabaret about the...Read more

Artistic programme
14:00 to 15:30

New civic spaces

New civic spaces

Join us as we discuss whether the key to achieving cultural democracy is to move away from traditional venues and into public outdoor spaces, co-creating work directly with the public who inhabit those areas. Many of the barriers to inclusion in the arts emerge from places as well as people...Read more

Join us as we discuss whether the key to achieving cultural democracy is to move away from traditional venues and into public outdoor spaces, co-creating work directly with the public who inhabit those areas. Many of the barriers to inclusion in the arts emerge from places as well as people...Read more

Working sessions
14:00 to 16:00

Connect 19

Connect 19

The 2016 UK referendum on membership of the EU revealed deep divisions that were played out in families, communities and in the body politic. How might performance practice engage with and perhaps restore broken connections? How can diverse artistic practices engage, serve and reflect the concerns...Read more

The 2016 UK referendum on membership of the EU revealed deep divisions that were played out in families, communities and in the body politic. How might performance practice engage with and perhaps restore broken connections? How can diverse artistic practices engage, serve and reflect the concerns...Read more

Working sessions
14:00 to 16:00

Cultural democracy in practice

Cultural democracy in practice

Following on from Nothing About Us Without Us , how can we move towards a model where participants create the programme, rather than just absorbing it? Cultural democracy is as much about what is happening offstage as what is happening on it. Conversations around participation are often more about...Read more

Working sessions
14:30 to 15:30

A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) - Silent Uproar

A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) - Silent Uproar

This hilarious cabaret musical about depression, from award-winning Hull theatre company Silent Uproar, explains, sings, and throws glitter about how it’s OK not to be OK. Written by Olivier award winner Jon Brittain (Rotterdam  and  Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho) and with music by Matthew Floyd...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais. La version française suivra bientôt. This hilarious cabaret musical about depression, from award-winning Hull theatre company Silent Uproar, explains, sings, and throws glitter about how it’s OK not to be OK. Written by Olivier award...Read more

Artistic programme
14:30 to 16:00

Artists’ walk

Artists’ walk

A walking tour of the city led by Hull-based theatre company The Roaring Girls . From cultural buildings and cobbled streets, to artistic hotspots and hangouts, take in the artists and stages that hosted the UK’s 2017 City of Culture. Look down an alley, in a public garden, or historic pub and you...Read more

A walking tour of the city led by Hull-based theatre company The Roaring Girls . From cultural buildings and cobbled streets, to artistic hotspots and hangouts, take in the artists and stages that hosted the UK’s 2017 City of Culture. Look down an alley, in a public garden, or historic pub and you...Read more

Parallel activities
14:30 to 16:00

The Money - Kaleider

The Money - Kaleider

A cross between a game and a theatrical performance, The Money plays out in Hull’s historic centre of power, the Guildhall. Choose to be a Player, Silent Witness, or a Voyeur. Become a Player by donating as much as you can. Work with other Players to decide what to spend the group’s money on. You...Read more

Croisement entre jeu et représentation théâtrale, The Money se joue dans le centre de pouvoir historique de Hull, l’hôtel de ville. Vous avez le choix d’incarner un Joueur, un Témoin silencieux ou un Voyeur. Devenez un Joueur en faisant le plus grand don possible. Collaborez avec les autres Joueurs...Read more

Artistic programme
16:00 to 17:00

Talks and listens

Talks and listens

An interactive discussion in which IETM members get to express their views on the role of art in society and the strategies that will help our sector survive and thrive. What will the performing arts landscape be like in the next five, 10 or 20 years? Here's your chance to voice your opinion about...Read more

An interactive discussion in which IETM members get to express their views on the role of art in society and the strategies that will help our sector survive and thrive. What will the performing arts landscape be like in the next five, 10 or 20 years? Here's your chance to voice your opinion about...Read more

Membership activities
17:00 to 18:00

General assembly

Assemblée générale

The General Assembly is an opportunity to discuss and influence IETM's achievements, challenges, strategies, projects and future developments. IETM members will also decide on the new Board and Advisory Committee. Come and take an active part in the life of your network! Non-members of IETM are...Read more

L’Assemblée générale est l’occasion de débattre et d’influencer les réussites, défis, stratégies et projets de l’IETM ainsi que son avenir. Les membres se prononceront également sur le nouveau Conseil d’administration et le Comité consultatif. Venez participer à la vie de notre réseau ! Les non-...Read more

Membership activities
18:00 to 19:30

Dinner with local artists

Dinner with local artists

Hosted by producers from Hull Independent Producers Initiative, this an opportunity to meet with local artists to discuss and debate the themes of IETM Hull over dinner. The Hull Independent Producer Initiative supports and develops Hull’s performing arts sector. In addition to providing training...Read more

Hosted by producers from Hull Independent Producers Initiative, this an opportunity to meet with local artists to discuss and debate the themes of IETM Hull over dinner. The Hull Independent Producer Initiative supports and develops Hull’s performing arts sector. In addition to providing training...Read more

Networking activities
19:30 to 20:30

Ladylike - Ella Mesma

Ladylike - Ella Mesma

Are you a chicken or are you a heroine? In the wake of #MeToo comes a funny and furious show from Ella Mesma Company. Fusing dynamic hip hop with the tempestuous and sexually charged Rumba, Ladylike is a new piece of dance theatre which takes a fierce, frank and funny look at the potential and the...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais. La version française suivra bientôt. Are you a chicken or are you a heroine? In the wake of #MeToo comes a funny and furious show from Ella Mesma Company. Fusing dynamic hip hop with the tempestuous and sexually charged Rumba, Ladylike...Read more

Artistic programme
19:30 to 21:00

The Money - Kaleider

The Money - Kaleider

A cross between a game and a theatrical performance, The Money plays out in Hull’s historic centre of power, the Guildhall. Choose to be a Player, Silent Witness, or a Voyeur. Become a Player by donating as much as you can. Work with other Players to decide what to spend the group’s money on. You...Read more

Croisement entre jeu et représentation théâtrale, The Money se joue dans le centre de pouvoir historique de Hull, l’hôtel de ville. Vous avez le choix d’incarner un Joueur, un Témoin silencieux ou un Voyeur. Devenez un Joueur en faisant le plus grand don possible. Collaborez avec les autres Joueurs...Read more

Artistic programme
20:00 to 21:00

A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) - Silent Uproar

A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) - Silent Uproar

This hilarious cabaret musical about depression, from award-winning Hull theatre company Silent Uproar, explains, sings, and throws glitter about how it’s OK not to be OK. Written by Olivier award winner Jon Brittain (Rotterdam  and  Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho) and with music by Matthew Floyd...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais. La version française suivra bientôt. This hilarious cabaret musical about depression, from award-winning Hull theatre company Silent Uproar, explains, sings, and throws glitter about how it’s OK not to be OK. Written by Olivier award...Read more

Artistic programme
21:00 to 03:00

Closing party

Closing party

A celebration to mark the close of what we hope has been a stimulating and refreshing plenary meeting here in Hull. Join us in the city’s historic Fruit Market as we come together for the last time to toast new friendships, ideas and collaborations and the end of the meeting. Take to the dancefloor...Read more

A celebration to mark the close of what we hope has been a stimulating and refreshing plenary meeting here in Hull. Join us in the city’s historic Fruit Market as we come together for the last time to toast new friendships, ideas and collaborations and the end of the meeting. Take to the dancefloor...Read more

Networking activities
21:30 to 22:40

Fat Blokes - Scottee

Fat Blokes - Scottee

A sort of dance show about flab, double chins and getting your kit off in public, Fat Blokes uncovers why fat men are never sexy but are always funny, always the ‘before’ but never the ‘after’ shot. The show is made in collaboration with Lea Anderson and four fat blokes who’ve never done this sort...Read more

Cette page est actuellement disponible uniquement en anglais. La version française suivra bientôt. A sort of dance show about flab, double chins and getting your kit off in public, Fat Blokes uncovers why fat men are never sexy but are always funny, always the ‘before’ but never the ‘after’ shot...Read more

Artistic programme
31 March 2019
11:00 to 14:00

Farewell brunch

Farewell brunch

And just like that, it’s time to say goodbye. We hope that you have had a wonderful stay in Hull and have been challenged and inspired by what you have seen and heard during the meeting. However, before we part ways, and you begin your journey home, join us for one final time as we come together...Read more

And just like that, it’s time to say goodbye. We hope that you have had a wonderful stay in Hull and have been challenged and inspired by what you have seen and heard during the meeting. However, before we part ways, and you begin your journey home, join us for one final time as we come together...Read more

Networking activities