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How Theatre Enables Intercultural Communication

"Theatre thrives on collaboration of arts, languages, histories and their people."

Theatre by it's nature brings together artists from various disciplines to work on subjects that deal with universal human emotions. The more diverse set of people come together more enriching the theatre making process gets.

In Conversation With

Imogen Butler-Cole

Award-Winning Theatre Maker & Communication Skills Trainer

Imogen is a British theatre maker, trainer and activist who has worked extensively in India, Bangladesh and the UK. Her first solo play, Foreign Body, toured India and the UK. She lived in India between 2003-6, directing Much Ado About Nothing at the David Sassoon Library in Mumbai, performing the title role in Ursula at NCPA and working alongside DIKSHA Kolkata to create several plays about issues affecting members’ lives. As an activist Imogen works in the UK with On Road Media and Consent Collective to create a more sophisticated understanding of sexual abuse. She trains business professionals in communication skills, specialising in confidence and presence for women. Co-creator of Loving Colour podcast, a series of personal conversations about race, Whiteness and racism, Imogen is currently writing a memoir about healing after sexual violence.

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