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Bane

Bane
Date
23/10/2014
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
Billed as Die Hard meets The Naked Gun on stage, Joe Bone's multi award- winning Bane trilogy comes to the Caryl Churchill Theatre. Action, comedy, music and drama are shaken together in this one-man one-musician work featuring Ben Roe's live score.

MA students residency at Camden People's Theatre

MA students residency at Camden People's Theatre
Date
22/10/2014
Location:
Camden People's Theatre
Description
As part of the CPT@20 anniversary strand, Camden People's Theatre presents Passing the Baton­ – by which ten great artists from CPT's past select ten new-to-CPT artists for a unique seed-commission opportunity. The projects developed are being showcased throughout the year.

Wayang by Dr Lopez y Royo and Professor Cohen
Date
18/10/2014
Location:
Brunei Gallery Building, London WC1H 0XG, Room B102, Russell Square, Thornhaugh Street
Description
As part of Indonesia Kontemporer 2014 The Anglo-Indonesian Society presents a special two part lecture series on Wayang by Dr Lopez y Royo and Professor Cohen

Robin Ince

Robin Ince
Date
07/10/2014
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
Robin Ince is predominantly known as the pioneering comedian behind the hugely successful The Book Club, School for Gifted Children and 9 Lessons and Carols for Godless People. He presents the Sony Award-winning Infinite Monkey Cage on BBC Radio 4 with Brian Cox.

The Reunion Birthday Party

The Reunion Birthday Party
Date
14/06/2014
Description
Come and celebrate the Department of Drama & Theatre's 35th birthday at the Katharine Worth Building (formerly Sutherland House).

MA Festival of New Work

MA Festival of New Work
Date
11 - 12/06/2014
Description
An international group of graduating students from the new MA Contemporary Performance Practices and the MA Playwriting courses at Royal Holloway will be presenting a short festival of performances and play readings on 11-12 June - the first such festival of MA work at RHUL.

The Student Workshop present: Unspeakable

The Student Workshop present: Unspeakable
Date
05 - 06/06/2014
Description
At some point for Michael Green, something snapped. He'd done one too many. He broke. Time had passed, but he could still picture the eyes of every inmate he'd led into that room.

The Student Workshop present: Fish Don't Live In Caves

The Student Workshop present: Fish Don't Live In Caves
Date
04 - 06/06/2014
Description
Eric, a biology student, visits a cave to complete a project and takes his friend Aaron, a philosophy student, along with him for company. Navigating the darkness they end up discovering mythical objects, a strange teenage girl and possibly even the devil. Over time they start to question what's real and what's not. One thing is sure though, fish don't live in caves...

Asian Performance: Pedagogy and Research in UK HEIs

Date
17/05/2014
Description
A consortium of UK academics, working in the diverse fields of theatre, dance and ethnomusicology, come together for the first time in this unique, multidisciplinary, roundtable discussion on the future of Asian theatre, dance and music in the UK HEIs.

FYP: The Cardboard Castle

FYP: The Cardboard Castle
Date
26 - 27/03/2014
Description
These performances are part of the Final Year Project (FYP) module by our third-year undergraduate students. These shows have been devised from scratch over the course of this term, and count towards a significant portion of their final degree classification.
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