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The challenges of being ‘working class’ in the creative industries

June 3 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


What does it mean to be from a low socio-economic status in the creative industries?

At 7pm on Monday 3rd June we will be joined by LILLY DRISCOLL (actor, writer, director and founder of De-Mys-Tify) for a discussion on the challenges of being ‘working class’ in our industry that will cover issues such as how the industry views people from certain backgrounds, imposter syndrome, what change would look like, finding accessible opportunities, and how to maintain good mental health and wellbeing when money is not readily available.

If there are any particular issues within the subject matter that you would like to see covered, please do let us know in advance by emailing admin@wellbeinginthearts.org.uk.

There will also be a section of the session dedicated to questions and input from those in attendance.

Everyone who works, or has an interest, in the creative industries is welcome to attend.

The workshop will last for one hour and tickets are £2.50 each.

Once you have booked your space, a zoom link to the event will be emailed to you within 72 hours.

The session will be recorded, so if you would like to attend but cannot make the live event, please do still book a ticket and we will send you a recording within 48 hours of the event finishing.


June 3
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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The challenges of being 'working class' in the Creative Industries