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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.

Emily Rising by Dan Rebellato

Emily Rising by Dan Rebellato
Date
20/09/2016 - 20/11/2016
Location:
Islington, Little Angel Theatre
Description
The renowned puppet theatre, the Little Angel Theatre, Islington, is opening its autumn season under new artistic director Samantha Lane, with Emily Rising by Professor of Contemporary Theatre Dan Rebellato.

Women and Shakespeare Day Conference

Women and Shakespeare Day Conference
Date
23/07/2016
Location:
Chawton House Library
Description
Shakespeare is celebrated for having created some of Western theatre's most iconic female roles, yet characters such as Katherina in The Taming of the Shrew and Isabella in Measure for Measure continue to perplex as much as they fascinate readers, audiences, and theatre practitioners. In the year of the 400th anniversary of his death, this event will consider the part women have played in constructing Shakespeare's reputation and ensuring his ongoing fame.

Launch of the Centre for Asian Theatre and Dance

Launch of the Centre for Asian Theatre and Dance
Date
12/07/2016
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
The celebrated Japanese classical noh actor Akira Matsui and Professor Richard Emmert will give a performance of selections from classic noh plays on the stage of Royal Holloway's Handa Noh Theatre to launch the Department of Drama and Theatre's new Centre for Asian Theatre and Dance.

How To Explain Immigration Detention to a Puppet Goat

How To Explain Immigration Detention to a Puppet Goat
Date
20/05/2016
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
A Lecture Performance Exploring the Practice of Applied Puppetry

Gibellina: Art, Memory and the Unfinished

Gibellina: Art, Memory and the Unfinished
Date
17/02/2016
Location:
Camden Arts Centre
Description
Professor David Williams reflects on the utopian conception and reconstruction of a Sicilian town destroyed by an earthquake in 1968, and the unfinished processes of its transforming materials, forms and ideas about art and identity.

Georgina Guy @ LTS

Date
17/02/2016
Location:
Senate House
Description
Georgina Guy (RHUL) will present research from her forthcoming book, Theatre, Exhibition, and Curation: Displayed and Performed (Routledge 2016) on Thursday, 18 February 2016 at 6:30 PM, in the University of London Senate House.

Postgraduate Research Day

Date
09/12/2015
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
Postgraduate Research Day

The Conversation

The Conversation
Date
01 - 02/12/2015
Location:
Boilerhouse Theatre
Description
Our Autumn term original production. This piece is devised: the content of the piece will stem from the experiences of our cast, pulling on their strengths and skills, so the final piece could be almost anything!
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