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Creative Collaborators

Are you a theatre or performance creative based in the North who is looking to connect with more collaborators for your work? Perhaps you are a director looking for a set designer or a lighting designer looking for new writers?

Sheffield Theatres want to connect creatives with one another during this time, to share ideas and enable more collaborations in the future. They'll be holding call-outs for creative collaborators and then hosting regular Maker Mixers for a chance for people to meet online.

In this first stage they'd love to hear from you if you would like to connect with fellow creatives. They will use the information you submit to curate a series of 'would like to meet' sessions online with different areas of practitioners to meet in each one.

Find out more and submit your form by 29 May.

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