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Plays of Love and War

Plays of Love and War
Date
29/10/2016
Location:
ackham village, Portobello, Theatre Bay
Description
Dr Emma Cox is chairing a panel entitled 'Plays of Love and War' in a post-show discussion of This Flesh Is Mine and When Nobody Returns, a double bill produced by the intercultural theatre company Border Crossings and Ashtar Theatre of Palestine.

Dramapedagogik i Akademin

Dramapedagogik i Akademin
Date
21 - 22/10/2016
Location:
Sweden, University of Gävle
Description
Helen Nicholson will be the Keynote Speaker at conference Dramapedagogik in akademin, University of Gävle, Sweden

Processional Aesthetics in the European Refugee Panopticon

Processional Aesthetics in the European Refugee Panopticon
Date
20/10/2016
Location:
Minghella Studios, University of Reading
Description
Dr Emma Cox has been invited to give a talk entitled 'Processional Aesthetics in the European Refugee Panopticon' as part of the University of Reading Seminar Series.

Neuroscience and the Actor

Neuroscience and the Actor
Date
15/10/2016
Location:
The Actors Centre, Tristan Bates Theatre
Description
There is an increasing interest in how neuroscience can help actors better understand their creative work. This connection has been a hot topic for neuroscientist, John Rothwell and Royal Holloway tutor and practitioner, Dr Dick McCaw for the past eight years, and this will be their second public seminar together.

Holocaust Research Centre: 'One Day in France' Book Launch

Holocaust Research Centre: 'One Day in France' Book Launch
Date
13/10/2016
Location:
Senate House Room 261
Description
Gay McAuley, translator of Jean-Marie Borzeix's One Day in France, will discuss the experience of translating the book into English.

British Theatre Conference in Paris

British Theatre Conference in Paris
Date
13 - 15/10/2016
Location:
Paris, Sorbonne
Description
Royal Holloway is collaborating with the Sorbonne in Paris to host a conference: British Theatre in the 21st Century: new texts, new stages, new identities, new worlds.

Zola: Money (Season 3)

Zola: Money (Season 3)
Date
08 - 16/10/2016
Location:
BBC Radio 4
Description
The third and final season of Émile Zola: Blood, Sex & Money is due to be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 from 8 - 16 October. Based on Zola's 'Rougon-Macquart' novel sequence, this will complete the largest-scale adaptation that the BBC has ever broadcast..

'I'll Have What She's Having' @ CPT

'I'll Have What She's Having' @ CPT
Date
01/10/2016
Location:
Camden People's Theatre
Description
The first of two scratch nights as part of Calm Down Dear, exploring the themes of the feminist theatre festival in its 'Big Bang' Scratch Night. Expect brand new works in progress, never-before-seen ideas and artists dipping their toes in the water, featuring two Drama department VLs!

Applied Arts & Health: A Scandinavian Perspective

Date
28/09/2016
Location:
The Norwegian Embassy
Description
In celebration of the publication of the special edition of the Journal of Applied Arts and Health, The Norwegian Embassy in London will be hosting a symposium on 'Applied Arts in Health: A Scandinavian Perspective'.

Nature and Environment in Australia

Nature and Environment in Australia
Date
28/09/2016 - 01/10/2016
Location:
Cologne, Germany
Description
Helen Gilbert will give a keynote at the 'Nature and Environment in Australia' conference in Cologne, Germany, which runs from 28 September to 1 October. Her talk, titled ' Deep Time, Slow Violence, Haunted Lands', focuses on climate change in the work of maverick indigenous intercultural performance company, Marrugeku.
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