Behind the Themes online audience event announced for 06 May - an opportunity to discuss the creation of, and themes behind Adura Onashile’s Ghosts app


20 Apr 2021

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National Theatre of Scotland is presenting a Behind the Themes | Ghosts event where audiences are invited to join Ghosts director and writer Adura Onashile for a free online panel discussion about the themes of the project, exploring their relevance within contemporary and future contexts.

The panel will also include Ghosts’ Historical Consultant Dr Peggy Brunache, visual artist Sekai Machache, and the conversation is facilitated by Naomi Shoba, the Senior Arts, Music & Diversity Manager at Glasgow Life.

Behind the Themes | Ghosts: Framing History in the Present will take place online on Thursday 6 May from 7.30 - 8.30pm

This event will be a great opportunity to ask questions and discuss the immersive app that leads audiences on an atmospheric journey of over 500 years of resistance through the streets of the Merchant City down to the River Clyde. A lament to lives lost and an impassioned call to action in the present day.   

This event is an hour long, free and will be BSL interpreted and live captioned.  Booking will close at 7.15pm and bookers will receive the link to this event ten minutes before the event is due to start.

Further information about Ghosts and booking information for the event can be found here