21/05/2015

TAKT Berlin Launcher The Writers´ Salon @ Kunstraum Tapir Every Tuesday at 7pm

Join us at Takt Writer’s Room for some silent writing, followed by a glass of wine and a big discussion about literature. 

Rules: Be on time, no Internet and no speaking during the writing session. Powerpoints available.

Creative writing, poetry, playwrights, authors, novelists, diary writing... all welcome!

Hosted by playwright David Kantounas. 

Details:

Time: Every Tuesdays 19h-22h

Price: 5€ (a glass of wine included)

Location: Kunstraum Tapir, Weserstr. 11. 10247 Friedrichshain (not in Neuköln!!)

Transport: (S Ostkreuz; S+U Frankfurter Allee)

More Information: www.taktberlin.org, www.facebook.com/taktberlin

David Kantounas is a writer and director based in Berlin and an Associate Artist at Takt. 

He was born in London and studied at the University of West England, Bristol. He trained at the Royal Court Theatre Young Writers Programme and in 2010 was selected by the Old Vic New Voices as one of the most exciting young writers in the UK. In 2013 he took part in the artist in residency programme at the Takt Kunstprojektraum, in Berlin.

His plays include: Warning Signs (HAU2 2015), Waste (Shortlisted for the Bruntwood Prize, 2013), Bright Light (A commission for the Bush Theatre, 2013), Beach Hut (A commission for Blind Summit Theatre, 2013), The Party (Frequency Theatre, 2013), Everything Else Happened (Assembly, 2012), Home (Soho Theatre, Frequency Theatre, 2012), Gutter Junky (Assembly, 2011), Grief (Brooklyn Lyceum, Old Vic Tunnels, 2011), The Family (Public Theatre, 2010), The Arden Surgery (A commission for the Old Vic, 2010), Dogs (Hampstead Theatre rehearsed reading, 2009), The Thief (Bush Theatre reading, 2012)  

He is an associate artist at Ugly Rhino Productions, New York and has collaborated as a writer and dramaturge with a number of theatre companies including Teatro En Vilo, Salida Productions and Single Shoe Productions.

David Kantounas: http://www.dreamepictheatre.com/

The event is part of ther full Takt Berlin A.I.R. programme, click here to find out more