ABOUT THE EVENT

24th International Theatre eXchange (ITX)

Friday 06 Oct 2017 to Saturday 07 Oct 2017
various times
Dublin city centre

Presented by Irish Theatre Institute, the 24th International Theatre eXchange (ITX) is the time when Irish theatre artists and companies, programmed during the festival, can develop their international networks and explore collaborations with programmers and taste-makers with an interest in presenting Irish work to their audiences. ITI invites international presenters and producers to ITX to experience a diverse range of Irish work in Dublin which includes a curated pitching session, a series of rehearsed works ‘in development’ and an exciting programme of Irish festival productions.

Artists! Register to be part of this programme of networking on 6th October – attend and network at the Culture Ireland Pitching Session*, followed by the opportunity to meet and chat at the ITX International Networking Lunch. Registration is essential as capacity is limited. 

*Selection to participate in the Culture Ireland Pitching Sessions is by open call. See cultureireland.ie for further details. Presented in partnership with Culture Ireland and supported by the Arts Council.

Registration is open from 28th August to 22nd September.
Tickets: (Friday only): €30/1 person, €50/2 people from the same organisation.

 

SCHEDULE:

VENUE: PEACOCK THEATRE

10.15am Registration & Coffee

10.35am Welcome by ITI and Culture Ireland

10.45am – 12.30pm Pitching Sessions: a curated session of 5 pitches by artists and companies who have had successful shows in the previous 12 months

10:45   Pitch #1 by Fishamble: The New Play Company 

11:05   Pitch #2 by Katie Holly

11:25   Pitch #3 by MALAPROP

11:45   Pitch #4 by THEATREclub (Dublin Fringe Festival wild card)

12:05   Pitch #5 by KABOSH      

 

VENUE: PROJECT ARTS CENTRE                                     

1pm – 2pm In Development #1: 
Company SJ/ Sarah Jane Scaife: Company by Samuel Beckett

2.15pm – 3.45pm Networking Lunch

Meet with Irish theatre artists and companies presenting work in the festival over good food in a conversation-friendly environment.

4pm – 5pm In Development #2:
Zoe Ní Riordáin: Everything I Do

 

 

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