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Sustained Theatre and Young China Shine Together

Recently Elected STNAT Chair, Ekua Bayunu, meets new partners from China

Sustained Theatre host our friends and partners at the Young China Shines event on the 6th August at the Queens Hall, Clerk St, Edinburgh.

Miselo Kunda, Chair of STUN, Sustained Theatre Up North and Ekua Bayunu, Chair of Sustained Theatre National were pleased to have this opportunity to begin to forge relationships with new potential partners in Scotland and China.

Meeting with Kath Mainland, the Director of the Fringe Festival, Liam Sinclair, Director, MacRobert Theatre, Anita Govern the new Stirling Makar, members of Scottish Operah but most importantly to begin the dialogue with new partners from Beijing and Shanghai.

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