In 2019 Annette Burghes spoke to the Rhian E. Jones from the New Socialist about our work:
“The system needs to be fixed, not the people”
With its roots in radical theatre traditions of the 1930s and 70s, Liverpool’s Collective Encounters seeks to provide an accessible and participatory alternative to rising elitism in the arts. They spoke to New Socialist about how theatre can address ordinary people’s experiences of political, social and cultural marginalisation, and media erasure or sensationalism of working-class lives – but also about the limitations of ‘social inclusion’ in arts and culture without a wider political strategy.
Read the full article on the New Socialist website