Nurturing Your Creative Voice

Workshop #3, MishMash Festival 2024

Nurturing your creative voice in the face of a busy life

In this workshop, Barrel Organ's co-director Rosie Gray explores how to stay creative while working other jobs.

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Caroline Collins Studio

Date & Time
Sunday 5 May at 1pm

Running Time
Approximately 2 hours

About the workshop

A 2-hour workshop with co-director, theatre-maker and actor Rosie Gray on exploring how to stay creative while training or working other jobs. The workshop will include fun practical exercises to get you making and will help you identify the things that make your heart sing, as well as guidance on how to practically get your work made and put on. 

Rosie has made work with Barrel Organ for ten years and has recently secured funding to make a solo show. She has extensive experience with arts council funding and is happy to discuss this at the end of the workshop.


Book your tickets to the performance below. Once you have booked a ticket, you will receive an email confirmation. Contact our Box Office if you need assistance.


Tickets cost £7 for each workshop.


If you have any additional requirements you would like us to be aware of, please contact the Box Office on 020 8834 0500. 

Booking your tickets 

Book your tickets online or by calling our Box Office on 020 8834 0500. 

Industry booking 

If you're a member of the industry, please email [email protected] to book your tickets. 

Ticket collection for in-person tickets

There is no need to collect tickets. You will be ticked off an attendance list on arrival. 


All tickets are non-refundable.

About Rosie Gray

Rosie is a theatre-maker, actor and co-director of award-winning Barrel Organ theatre company. She studied English Literature and Creative Writing at Warwick University and trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She has been making work with Barrel Organ for ten years and has also worked extensively as an actor and theatre-maker with venues and companies across the country, including Olivier Award-winning Old Bridge at the Bush Theatre. She trained in facilitation with company 3 and is currently under commission and arts council funding to develop a solo show.