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Playing with the boundaries between truth and fiction, autobiographical theatre can be a form of personal catharsis, a political appeal for excluded voices to be heard or an entertaining romp through an individual’s life experiences. Join the renowned theatre-maker Caroline Horton on this workshop to experience an approach into her making process. This is a suitable space for anyone who wants to move into telling their own stories.
Caroline Horton is a theatre maker, performer and writer whose work has toured nationally and internationally. She was nominated for a 2013 Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement for You’re Not Like The Other Girls Chrissy, which also won The Stage Award’s Best Solo Performer. Mess opened at The Traverse in 2012, where it won Best Ensemble at The Stage Awards. Her controversial show Islands, opened at The Bush in 2015 before transferring to the 2015 British Council Showcase at the Edinburgh Festival. Caroline wrote and performed Tranklements for the New Vic and Penelope RETOLD for Derby Theatre, which toured nationally in 2015. She writes regularly for BBC Radio 4, her piece Paris, Nana & Me was shortlisted for the 2014 Imison Award. In 2019 her acclaimed solo show, All of Me, opened in Edinburgh winning a Stage Award and The Mental Health Fringe Award, before transferring to The Yard, London. That year she also toured her first show for young people, Muckers, made with the egg Bath and Conde Duque Madrid.
Caroline is currently developing: a performance installation for Coventry 2021, drawn from verbatim accounts about the first lockdown; two new audio pieces co-created with NHS workers and a new theatre show about motherhood. Caroline regularly collaborates with other artists and companies as a mentor, director, writer and outside-eye.