01/07/2021 – 17/07/2021
24/11/2021 – 02/01/2022
with Margaret-Anne O’Donnell
Tue 19 Jan – 11:00 AM
Tue 19 Jan – 12:00 PM
Tue 19 Jan – 01:00 PM
Online Content
50 minutes
Free but ticketed
Level: All
Suitable for: Producers

with Margaret-Anne O’Donnell

Throughout the next few months we are offering One to One online sessions with arts professionals and friends of the Tron. These will be advice sessions and a chance to pick the brains of arts professionals from different specialisms in a safe space. This month welcomes producer Margaret-Anne O’Donnell. 

Margaret-Anne will be able to offer advice on producing, budgeting, touring and project management so whether you’re stuck with a particular project or with producing in general then do get in touch and book in a slot.

Margaret-Anne is the founding co-director and producer with Raw Material- an independent production company supporting independent artists and working in collaboration with many bid Scotland’s key producers and venues. Prior to setting up Raw Material she has worked in various roles in theatre management and producing and with many different companies. She has been lucky to work with a broad range of Scottish artists and share their work with Scottish and international audiences.

www.rawmaterialarts.com

Please note these are one off sessions, each session is 50 minutes. There is only one slot per session but a waiting list will be available. Each practitioner will be doing dates with both the Tron and the Gaiety at different times of day so if our dates are sold then do head over to the Gaiety website to see what else is available.


with Ania Urbanowski
Thu 21 Jan – 11:00 AM
Online Content
4 hours
£7/£10
Level: 1 – Beginner
Suitable for: All

with Ania Urbanowski

new projects, basic editing techniques and keyboard shortcuts, transitions, adding subtitles, working with audio and exporting your finished film. By the end of the workshop participants will have built confidence and knowledge in the use of basic editing skills that will allow them to create and deliver their films. 

The workshop will run for two and half hours in total, split into two parts, with a break in the middle for participants to complete an editing exercise and have lunch. Participants are asked to attend the whole session. During the workshop you will be using DaVinci Resolve, a free non-linear editing software available for macOS and Windows, you can download it here:

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/

Ania Urbanowski is an award-winning filmmaker who has worked on numerous short fiction and documentary films, as well as collaborated on experimental and artists projects. Ania’s core focus is editing but she has also worked as a Cinematography for some of the more collaborative, experimental projects. 

Ania has worked on short films including Factory Talk (2020) that won Best Artists’ Film at Aesthetica Short Film Festival, Fashion In the Dark (2019), which won Best New Fashion Film at the Fashion Film Festival in Milan, Where Are We Now (2016), which has received Best Documentary Award at Forbes Under 30 Short Film Festival and These Are My Hands (2018) which won Best Experimental Short at Outfest.

She formerly worked as Post-Production Coordinator at the Scottish Documentary Institute and now is a Co-Director of Media Education, a social enterprise company that uses media as a community development tool and helps people share their experiences through radio and video production, creating positive change in their lives and communities. 

As part of her practice she delivers editing and filmmaker workshops for people of all ages and abilities.

www.aniaurbanowska.com

Please note tickets are being sold through both The Tron and The Gaiety so if our dates are sold then do head over to the Gaiety website to see what else is available.


with Nicola Wildin (Graeae Theatre Company)
Mon 25 Jan – 11:00 AM
Online Content
2 hours 30 minutes
£7/£10
Level: All
Suitable for: All

with Nicola Wildin

What is creative access? How can you make your work and rehearsal rooms more accessible for Deaf and disabled creatives from the start? Graeae Associate Director Nickie Miles-Wildin will guide you through the process, enabling you to understand the aesthetics of creative access. 

Nickie Miles-Wildin (Director) is Associate Director for Graeae Theatre Company and an independent theatre maker. She was recently young company programme leader at Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.

Directing credits include: The Virtual Forest Of Forgotten Disco’s (Contact), Mmxx & Connectfest (Royal Exchange Theatre), Crips Without Constraints (Graeae), Cuttin’it (Royal Exchange Theatre), Iron Man (Graeae & Spark Arts) The Forest Of Forgotten Discos (Contact /Jackie Hagan), The Tempest At Abraham Moss (Royal Exchange Theatre); Bingo Lingo (co-director/Wild N Beets); Disability Sex Archives, Two Can Toucan (TwoCan Theatre); Nana’s Jumble (Kazzum).

Staff Director on Mosquitoes (Dorfman, National Theatre). Associate Director credits include: Mixtape (Royal Exchange Theatre); Tommy (Ramps On The Moon National Tour). In 2014 Nickie co-founded TwoCan, Gloucestershire’s first professional disabled-led theatre company.

Please note tickets are being sold through both The Tron and The Gaiety so if our dates are sold then do head over to the Gaiety website to see what else is available


with Ned Glasier
Wed 27 Jan – 02:00 PM
Online Content
2 hours
£7/£10
Level: All
Suitable for: Theatre makers, writers, directors

with Ned Glasier

Why co-create? This session is led by Artistic Director Ned Glasier explores the reasons why Company Three makes theatre with young people, and how these drive our approach. We explore the key terms, ideas and techniques that underpin our methodology and how to start instilling them in your work.

Company Three is a leading force for change for teenagers in our local community and around the world. They are a theatre company led by the ideas of 75 members aged 11-19. They develop their practice through deep-rooted relationships locally and share our practice globally to impact teenagers everywhere. Working in Islington, North London, they make transformative theatre through long-term, intensive collaboration between young people and professional theatre-makers. The company’s plays have been performed at the National Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, the Royal Exchange Theatre, Yard Theatre and on the BBC.

Their play Brainstorm has been produced by more than 80 companies across the world and we have trained more than 500 practitioners through our in-house courses and university teaching. In 2020 Company Three brought hundreds of youth theatres in 18 countries together to make the Coronavirus Time Capsule.

Company Three believe youth theatre can be a place of community, radical art and social change.

www.companythree.co.uk

Please note tickets are being sold through both The Tron and The Gaiety so if our dates are sold then do head over to the Gaiety website to see what else is available.


When booking, there is no need to add multiple items if more than one person in your household is going to be consuming the content.

All content will be hosted on our website and linked to the purchasing customer’s Tron online account.

If your purchase is completed:

  • in advance of the ‘available to view’ date, you will receive a follow up email about your production.
  • within the ‘available to view’ date, click on TrONLINE to log in and view your content.