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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.

Theatres of Exchange: Royal Holloway at Tate Modern

Theatres of Exchange: Royal Holloway at Tate Modern
Date
13 - 17/02/2017
Location:
Tate Exchange, Tate Modern
Description
Through the Department of Drama, Theatre & Dance, Royal Holloway is a Founding Associate of Tate Exchange, an ambitious 'open experiment' which allows other organisations and members of the public to participate in Tate's creative process, running events and projects on site and using art as a way of addressing wider issues in the world around us.

What can you do with a post-graduate research degree?

What can you do with a post-graduate research degree?
Date
24/01/2017
Location:
London WC1E 7HU, Malet St, Senate House- Room 261, University of London
Description
As part of Ways of Working, the postgraduate research training programme of Royal Holloway's Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance, we will be hosting a panel discussion with Simon Sladen (Senior Curator, Modern and Contemporary Performance at the Victoria and Albert Museum), Dr David Overend (theatre director and Lecturer in Royal Holloway's Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance), and Dr Farah Karim-Cooper (Head of Higher Education & Research, Shakespeare's Globe) to discuss academic, alternative academic and industry careers for those with a PGR degree in the fields of theatre/dance/performance studies.

London Theatre Seminar: On Amateur Dramatics

London Theatre Seminar: On Amateur Dramatics
Date
12/01/2017
Location:
Senate House
Description
Our very own Helen Nicholson is a speaker at the autumn series of London Theatre Seminar: 'On Amateur Dramatics'For more information, please visit londontheatreseminar.wordpress.com

The Labanarium: Launch Event

The Labanarium: Launch Event
Date
06/01/2017
Location:
Guildford School of Acting, University of Surrey
Description
Dr Dick McCaw is one of many illustrious practitioners and academics of movement speaking at the opening of the Labanarium

Resurrection of Juliet

Resurrection of Juliet
Date
02/12/2016
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
Romeo and Juliet are dead. They wander through hell seeking salvation, but their enduring love, even in death, moves the Judge of Hell. An incredible performance from the visiting Shanghai Theatre Academy

How Deep Is Your Map?

How Deep Is Your Map?
Date
23/11/2016
Location:
2 Wakefield Street, London WC1N 1PF, Room B02 Chandler House
Description
David Overend is giving a paper at 'LIVING MAPS AUTUMN SERIES' in association with The Development Planning Unit, Bartlett UCL

London Theatre Seminar

Date
17/11/2016
Location:
Senate House
Description
Our very own Molly Flynn is a speaker at the autumn series of London Theatre SeminarFor more information, please visit londontheatreseminar.wordpress.com
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