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Finalists Festival - "Swan Song" by Assembled

Finalists Festival - "Swan Song" by Assembled
Date
23/03/2017
Location:
Boilerhouse Theatre
Description
As part of Finalists' Festival, the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance are proud to present: Swan Song by AssembledAssembled are working with autobiographical material to construct responses to memories of and feelings towards moments of farewell, departure and change.

Finalists Festival - "Edgar and Annabel" by Pitchfork

Finalists Festival - "Edgar and Annabel" by Pitchfork
Date
23/03/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
As part of Finalists' Festival, the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance are proud to present: Edgar & Annabel by Pitchfork TheatreEdgar and Annabel are a happily married couple of freelancers who met at university. They like recycling, karaoke and adhering to the established Orwellian regime.

Finalists Festival - "In The Attic" by MishMashed

Finalists Festival - "In The Attic" by MishMashed
Date
23/03/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
As part of Finalists' Festival, the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance are proud to present: In The Attic by MishMashedThere once was an old lady who lived in a house with many rooms. The old lady had lived in the house for fifty years, but the house was just too big...

Finalists Festival - "Elysian Fields" by Hierophant

Finalists Festival - "Elysian Fields" by Hierophant
Date
22/03/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
As part of Finalists' Festival, the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance are proud to present: Elysian Fields by Hierophant Theatre CompanySet in an alternative world of strict rules and order, Elysian Fields is a visual meditation on how to create a Utopian world free from fear.

Finalists Festival - "Femories" by Hourglass

Finalists Festival - "Femories" by Hourglass
Date
22/03/2017
Location:
Boilerhouse Theatre
Description
As part of Finalists' Festival, the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance are proud to present: Femories by HourglassOur bodies have been socialised. We hope to challenge the illusion of the "perfect" female body by deconstructing and exposing the process of achieving this image.

Finalists Festival - Max Stafford-Clark

Finalists Festival - Max Stafford-Clark
Date
22/03/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
As part of Finalists' Festival, the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance are proud to present a Max Stafford-Clark workshopShowcasing the finest work devised and performed by our third year students, this year's Finalists' Festival includes a workshop with Max Stafford-Clark, former Artistic Director at Royal Court and founder/director of Out Of Joint.

Finalists Festival - "Company" by _____Space

Finalists Festival - "Company" by _____Space
Date
22/03/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
As part of Finalists' Festival, the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance are proud to present: Company by _____SpaceWithin an office environment, the over-arching theme of belonging is explored; provoking one to consider how we performatively show and claim a belonging to someone or something.

Back in Time For Trinidad

Back in Time For Trinidad
Date
08/03/2017
Location:
Arts One Building (Mile End Campus), Queen Mary University of London, Rehearsal Room 2
Description
Back in Time For Trinidad: Errol John's Moon on a Rainbow Shawl on the Contemporary British Stage by Lynette Goddard – Royal Holloway

The Politics of Prejudice: Racism, Sexism and Intolerance in Historical Perspective

The Politics of Prejudice: Racism, Sexism and Intolerance in Historical Perspective
Date
08/03/2017
Location:
Horton Lecture Theatre 1
Description
Melissa Blanco gives a talk on Dance and Racism for International Women's Day, 8 March, as part of a Royal Holloway Labour and Cooperative Society event. Her talk "Dance and Racism, or Who 'Can' Dance and Why?" will address dance historiographies, imperialism/colonisation, and cultural appropriation.

Noh Time Like The Present...

Noh Time Like The Present...
Date
20/02/2017
Location:
Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Lecture Recital Room
Description
The Japanese musical-theatrical genre of Noh can seem impenetrable to audiences unused to its conventions. This evening of sharing and discussion aims to uncover what it might have in common with other, more familiar traditions, and to consider new developments in one of the very oldest forms of theatre.This seminar brings together international experts to debate the place of noh in today's globalised culture, its influence on western music and theatre, and what actors and singers everywhere can learn from it. The evening will also feature a demonstration of noh techniques and innovations by the eminent noh actor Akira Matsui.
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