Thursday 20 September, 7.00pm
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
|Tickets£15 (£12 Members / Students)||Running time1 hour 30 minutes|
‘To do a great right, do a little wrong.’
The Merchant of Venice, Act IV, Scene 1
Leading cultural figures question if we are self-censors in today’s artistic landscape.
50 years on do we need a new Theatres Act? Are artists and cultural institutions entering a new era of self-censorship and if so what does the future look like? Join leading cultural and political figures in a panel discussion that explores the complexities of modern day censorship and its impact on arts and culture.
This event is in collaboration with the Index on Censorship.
There will also be the opportunity to put your questions to the panel on the night #JoinTheDebate
Index on Censorship – International freelance producer, campaigner and trainer, working at the intersection between arts and human rights. Specialises in artistic freedom of expression
Further panellists to be confirmed.