As part of One Time Season, Pan Pan presents

Talks and Readings


Dates: 25 Nov - 25 Nov

Show Time: 12pm - 4pm

Free but ticketed

A fascinating and unique insight into the way theatre is made, for audiences and theatre makers alike. All are welcome!

Throughout 2016, Pan Pan engaged Stewart Laing, director and designer for theatre and opera, and Artistic Director of Untitled Projects, to work as a mentor with theatre and performance makers based in Ireland who are developing early-stage projects.

The Symposium Day is an informal event where the participants have the opportunity to introduce and discuss some of the ideas and working methods that they explored during the mentorship.

This year’s participants are:

  • Tom Creed
  • Clodagh Deegan
  • Conor Hanratty
  • Meadhbh Haicead
  • Ruairi O’Donovan

Click here for more information on Pan Pan’s International Mentorship, the mentor and the participants.

There will also be a workshop for theatre practitioners with Stewart Laing on theatre as a visual artform on Thursday 24 November. For further information, contact Lian Bell on

Pan Pan’s International Mentorship is supported by the Arts Council’s Theatre Artist Development Scheme.


Running time: 4 hours including a lunch break


Presented as part of One Time Season, a celebration of contemporary theatre featuring works by Pan Pan and the greatest hits of American/Belgian group Random Scream

One Time Season is presented as part of Project 50, a season of work celebrating 50 years of Project Arts Centre

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