Join us for a virtual meetup over breakfast as we take our regular monthly gathering, by and for our creative community, online.
Free but ticketed
Join our creative community for breakfast…
On the first Friday of each month, join us for breakfast as we host an informal gathering, online for now, by and for our creative community. Whether you’re a professional practitioner, an art student, or simply enjoy getting creative in your spare time, these events are for you. Meet inspiring creative people, share projects and ideas, and hear from a different invited guest each month about some of their most exciting creative happenings.
Elizabeth Fuller, Venue & Projects Manager, will host this season of online Creative Breakfasts
Elizabeth is really looking forward to sharing a little creative window with you all during these challenging times. Bring a cuppa and settle in for the first 20 minutes or so while our hosts kick off the discussion. There will then be time to ask questions, network and an opportunity to share some of your own experiences or thoughts (entirely optional).
This is a virtual gathering held via Zoom. A link will be sent via email with your ticket so please book in advance to avoid disappointment. Please sign up in advance for Zoom here.
Your ticket should arrive by email within 5 minutes of booking (remember to check your junk folder). For any ticket enquires, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Creative Breakfast - Fri 4 June
June's Co-Host: Franco Nazareno
Franco Nazareno is a second-year student at the University of Stirling and is currently the president of the Stirling University Drama Society (SUDS), previously training at the Oxford School of Drama prior to studying at Stirling.
SUDS is a platform where all students are able to explore their creative passions within the realms of theatre – whether it be through acting, directing or helping backstage, there is always a place for anyone in the society. Throughout the COVID pandemic, despite limitations of the online platform, SUDS remained active; bringing workshops and social events online to keep members (both new and old) in touch with one another, enabling students to continue acting or just socialising through the tough times. Franco will share how the group adapted to going online and encourage conversation and discussion around this subject where others can share their experience of the past year.