Theatre of Debate

Ytouring Y Touring Theatre Company pioneered the Theatre of Debate® format. With live performances, podcasts and online resources on ethical, social and moral dilemmas it provokes debate and discussion. Y Touring is based at OneKX on the corner of Cromer Street and Judd Street, just up from Camden Town Hall.


Book early, places are limited! 

Swine Flu, Bird Flu, SARS. Global pandemic. Mass panic. Death. The race is on to find a cure, but with stocks of medicine running low who do we save? Including sessions with scientists, a research trip to the Wellcome Collection and a series of lively workshops all exploring the theme of pandemic disease. At the end of the two weeks participants will perform a brand new piece of theatre. 

Evrybrth Download the radio adaptation of ‘Every Breath’ originally a Y Touring Theatre of Debate® production by Judith Johnson. Find out where you stand on the ethical questions arising from the use of animals in medical research. Every Breath has been adapted for DVD. Watch a selection of scenes from the drama along with viewpoints from all sides of the debate raised by the use of animals in medical research.

Projectionist A downloadable Theatre of Debate® audio play by Laura Fitzgerald. ‘The Projectionist’ is a disturbing new play, which explodes the myth that 'if you've done nothing wrong, you've got nothing to hide' in our surveillance society. ‘The Projectionist' explores the lives of three young people growing up in a post September 11th Britain where surveillance takes an increasing large role.

Gf2 A website which features the digital adaptation of 5 original plays, debates and resources previously produced as Theatre of Debate® stage plays by Y Touring. Each play and resource has been transformed into a series of fictionalised news stories with video, audio and text – the end result meaning that you can choose how much information you want to find out at any one time. 

About Sophie Talbot

Sophie runs a small business designing websites for small businesses and community groups. She also manages King's Cross Community Projects
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