Engine Room Roadtrip: Nic Green Process and Practice Workshop

Engine Room in partnership with CABN, A Heart for Duns, Unit Four The Cornucopia Rooms and Eastgate Theatre and Arts Centre.

Join award-winning performance maker and National Theatre of Scotland Artist in Residence, Nic Green, for a practical workshop exploring her practice and approaches to making new work, with a specific focus on cross-disciplinary and physical and visual approaches.

Nic Green is based in Glasgow, Scotland. Her work is varied in style and method, with forms often “found” through collaborative and relational practices with people, place and material.

She has received several awards for her work, as well as commissions and recognitions including A Herald Angel, “Best Production” at Dublin Fringe, The Adrian Howells Award for Intimate Performance, and a Total Theatre Award for Best Physical/Visual Theatre at Edinburgh Fringe.

She is the recipient of the Inaugural Forced Entertainment Award, in memory of Huw Chadbourn, 2018.


DATE: Wednesday 18 September

TIME: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

LOCATION: Tower Dykeside, Hawick, TD9 9EA

DEADLINE TO BOOK: Tuesday 17 September


This event is part of Engine Room: Grounding.



Our Engine Room programme has our Theatre Without Walls ethos at its heart. We bring artists together to develop skills, networks and create new work at the greatest reach of their imaginations and ambitions.

From July to September, Engine Room will focus on resilience, acknowledging our roots, and the things that keep us grounded and centred, as part of Engine Room: Grounding

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Accessible performances available:

  • Autism Friendly

  • Wheelchair Accessible