Demostage is an informal, temporary space for new ideas. Open to people who make creative projects of any kind (think theatre, music, games, sound, whatever), the event encourages collaboration, sharing and critical discourse. Presenters show what they’ve been working on. Audiences ask questions and give feedback. It’s not a scratch night. It’s an informal event in a bar, inspired by software developers who meet up, drink and demo the programs they’re working on. Everyone welcome.
Are you working on a creative project? Would you like to borrow the ears of some friendly people to talk about your project, share your ideas and get some feedback?
Demostage is a new, informal event that takes place in a bar with a small stage.
You have 5 minutes to say hello, present your idea and answer questions. There’ll be a compere keeping an eye on the clock. And then at the end there’s time to mingle and talk more about your projects.
If you’re interested in sharing an idea, email Vic Hole email@example.com with a brief description of what you’d like to share.
Demostage is a concept created by Dustin Harvey’s Secret Theatre, who has very kindly open-sourced the idea for us here in Bristol. You can find out more about Secret Theatre here: www.xosecret.org