Paula Interviewed for Prague Fringe Festival

Paula Interviewed for Prague Fringe Festival

On Wednesdays evening Paula McFetridge (Artistic Director of Kabosh) was interviewed by Paula Van Hagen (Director, Chats Place, London) as part of the Prague Fringe Festival discussing the legacy of Conflict.

This was our favourite part “Our job as activists is to ask who’s not at the table” – Inez McCormack

Discussing the importance of timing and storytelling. How to tell an important and difficult story, being true to the work and authentic but not re-traumatising the audience, artists or those who have shared the story involved. A lot of care and attention goes into Paula’s work and through teamwork and dedication stories are told onstage, listen to more about Paula’s practice and a conversation on the legacy of conflict via the link below.

You can check out the full video on YoutTube it lasts about 30 minutes and more information on the Prague Fringe Festival Here

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