Compliance with health and safety regulations can seem like a challenging endeavour. To help us connect the dots and demystify this seemingly complex area, we have invited Debbie Wright from Turas Theatre Collective to lead us through H&S best practices for small-scale organisations and artists.
Debbie will walk you through topics like H&S best practices, relevant legislation, risk assessments, and address any other pressing queries you may have.
The Zoom session will be held on November 1 from 11 am to 12.30 pm. The course is free and available only to ISACS members.
If you are not a member yet but wish to attend, join ISACS here→
About Debbie Wright
Debbie is a freelance outdoor arts practitioner working in all areas of performance and production. She spent many years busking, travelling and performing in Europe before settling in Ireland, where she worked with various event production
companies managing and producing shows, parades and festival arenas.
She worked and toured extensively with street arts and spectacle company, Macnas for 20 years. She wears many hats, but when devising and creating performances, she uses movement and physical theatre as a basis for her work. She loves working
collaboratively with artists from various disciplines and is interested in telling stories in unusual spaces. She is currently the artistic director, producer and performer with Turas Theatre Collective, a small-scale street theatre company based in Galway.