6 Dec 2021
6.00pm - 7.30pm

CONTACT POINT: Where Communities Meet is a series of interactive sessions where theatre and multidisciplinary artists and arts workers can connect and challenge stereotypes together. Facilitated by Francesca La Morgia (Founder and Director of Mother Tongues) with a fascinating guest speaker each meeting, you are invited to join the conversation for a series of six sessions across a twelve-month period.

The guest speaker for Session Two will be Eleanor Walsh who will talk about the stereotype:
“If there are no openly autistic people in Irish theatre, that means this is no place for autistic or disabled people.”

The session will begin with the speaker sharing their own experience, and then you will have an opportunity to feedback through working groups, questions, and a sharing to end.

If you would like to attend, please email with your name and the subject line CONTACT POINT. A Zoom link will be sent out in advance of the session. If you have any access requirements or further questions, please let us know in the email.

If you are unable to attend this session, don’t worry!
We will be holding a number of sessions around different stereotypes in 2022.

CONTACT POINT Invite: Session 2

CONTACT POINT Invite: Session 2 (Word)
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CONTACT POINT Invite: Session 2 (PDF)
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CONTACT POINT is supported by the Arts Council's Capacity Building Scheme.