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What is The Zeitgeist

The Zeitgeist is our new project training up the next generation of cultural writers, thinkers and influencers.  The taster sessions are a great way to learn more.

This two hour workshop will give you a crash course in how to talk about culture with people your own age.  We’re going to make the connections between your favourite YouTube channel, Netflix show, music and live events including theatre.

We want to find the best new critics, writers, bloggers and podcasters who all want to talk culture, digital, politics and the world we live in.

The workshop is free and food/drink is provided as well as all the resources you need.  All 15-25 year olds welcome.

Is This For Me?

If you want to learn how to talk about the things you’re watching, listening to and gain confidence in having opinions on culture this is for you.

If you have a  blog, already have opinions but want to develop your critical skills then this is for you. The taster sessions are designed to give you a flavour of the project before you sign up for more.

Find out More & Sign Up

We are running a taster session for The Zeitgeist:

6th November  6pm – 8pm

At Jam Studios, The Biscuit Factory in Bermondsey

 

If you want to find out more, you can email us hello@boundlesstheatre.org.uk or drop us a DM @boundlessabound

If you want to sign up then you can do that here.

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