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'Breaking Waves' CCBT Research Seminar

'Breaking Waves' CCBT Research Seminar
Date
09/05/2018
Location:
Rehearsal Studio 2
Description
'Breaking Waves' CCBT Research Seminar with Dr Siân Adiseshiah (University of Lincoln). 'On Ageing in the Plays of Caryl Churchill'.

'Breaking Waves': CCBT Research Seminar

'Breaking Waves': CCBT Research Seminar
Date
14/03/2018
Location:
Rehearsal Studio 2
Description
'Breaking Waves' CCBT Research Seminar with Dr Duska Radosavljevic (RCSSD). On Theatre Criticism.

The Majority: CCBT Discussion

The Majority: CCBT Discussion
Date
08/02/2018
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
Platform discussion: writer, director and performer Rob Drummond in Conversation with David Overend, focusing on their work on The Majority (NT, 2017).

'Breaking Waves': CCBT Research Seminar

'Breaking Waves': CCBT Research Seminar
Date
29/11/2017
Location:
Rehearsal Studio 2
Description
'Breaking Waves' CCBT Research Seminar with Dr Catriona Fallow (University of Birmingham) accompanied by the project team of the landmark AHRC-funded 'Pinter Legacies' Project.

Launch of the Centre for Contemporary British Theatre

Launch of the Centre for Contemporary British Theatre
Date
27/11/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
Launch of the Centre for Contemporary British Theatre

The Student Workshop: Alphabet

The Student Workshop: Alphabet
Date
23 - 24/11/2017
Location:
Boilerhouse Theatre
Description
Set in a call centre, Alphabet tells the simple story of A meeting B. There is only one catch: A is mute and has no way to communicate. Rather than give up hope, the pair develops their own personal physical language with one another and it is through this that the audience is able to follow the ups and downs of the establishment and development of their friendship as they navigate their workplace.

The Student Workshop: boys wear their hats backwards so they can kiss other boys

The Student Workshop: boys wear their hats backwards so they can kiss other boys
Date
08 - 10/11/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
A blend of testimony, physical theatre, dance and poetry to create a show that celebrates queer relationships, love, and sex. We want to show the small joys in loving, being loved, expressing your true self and the small but significant moments in queer life today in a positive light, as opposed to the all too common tragic narratives presented to us.

JVC: Pinnochio

JVC: Pinnochio
Date
28/10/2017
Location:
Sadler's Wells Theatre
Description
Professor Libby Worth will be speaking at Sadler's Wells Theatre on a panel called the Creative Minds Symposium. Ten speakers drawn from a very wide range of backgrounds have been given access to Jasmin Vardimon Company's final rehearsals for Pinocchio and will also watch the production at Sadler's Wells

The Student Workshop: The Nether

The Student Workshop: The Nether
Date
26 - 27/10/2017
Location:
Rehearsal Studio 2
Description
A not-so-distant dystopian future wherein 'players' can enact their darkest fantasy in an online virtual realm, The Nether. The play questions if you can ever really know who you are talking to online, and if virtual reality is perhaps a route to more sinister uses than simple gaming.

This Is Not A Role Play

This Is Not A Role Play
Date
19/10/2017
Location:
EC2A 3BE, London, Shoreditch Town Hall
Description
Professor Tony Evans (Social Work, Royal Holloway, University of London) and Dr Emma Brodzinski (Drama and Theatre, Royal Holloway, University of London) have been working with immersive experience makers and Royal Holloway Drama graduates non zero one to develop an interactive research approach that captures hard to access information about professional expertise and decision making. Rather than using traditional methodologies such as role-play, the project has employed interactive and immersive performance as a means of facilitating professional reflection within Social Work.
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