James Thompson 

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James Thompson is Professor of Applied and Social Theatre at the Centre for Applied Theatre Research, University of Manchester. He is currently the director of In Place of War and has worked in DR Congo, Indonesia, Rwanda and Sri Lanka as part of the project. He is author of Digging Up Stories: Applied Theatre, Performance and War (2005, MUP) and Applied Theatre: Bewilderment and Beyond (2003, Peter Lang). His practice has included work in war zones, with refugee communities in the UK and in prisons and offender contexts internationally. He is currently working with a team of Sri Lankan artists on a major performance installation to take place in Sri Lanka, September 2007.

Projects by James at The Facility:
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