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Hippo World Guest Book

Hippo World Guest Book
Date
22/01/2014
Description
Hippo World Guest Book starts with a deliciously simple concept. It's based on a real (though now defunct) web site for fans of the hippo, started in the year 2000 by an American guy named Ramon Valencia. The site included a guest book where visitors could leave a message. And all should have been well... Only Ramon never moderated the guest book.

Winter Graduation Ceremony

Date
18/12/2013
Description
If you have any questions regarding the ceremonies or the possible roles please do not hesitate to contact Ann-Marie Holt on ext 3340 or by email at a.holt@rhul.ac.uk

Devising: Assessed Performances

Date
12/12/2013
Description
As part of the assessment for the Devising module, our students will be holding performances in the Caryl Churchill Theatre from 6.30pm on Thursday 12th December.

Objects in Performance

Objects in Performance
Date
11/12/2013
Description
Second year students in Theatre and Ideas 2 will be offering a free programme of experimental work titled Objects in Performance on 18.00 Thursday 11 December 2013 at the Caryl Churchill Theatre.

Theatre and Text 2: Assessed Performances

Date
05/12/2013
Description
As part of the assessment for the Theatre and Text 2 module, our students will be holding performances in the Boilerhouse from 10am on Thursday 5th December.

The Student Workshop present: Circle Mirror Transformation

The Student Workshop present: Circle Mirror Transformation
Date
28 - 29/11/2013
Description
5 people gather together in Vermont for a Drama class at a community centre. What starts with explosion tag and making stories word by word develops into something more as truths expose themselves in the community hall they meet in every week. This is a beautifully understated play about relationships, both funny and moving as the 5 learn more about each other. Who would have believed counting to 10 would be so difficult?

The Student Workshop present: Trainspotting

The Student Workshop present: Trainspotting
Date
20 - 22/11/2013
Description
Trainspotting is the tale of a group of young friends in their twenties, alienated by modern life and desperate to find some escape. The play is a broken, jagged series of scenes and monologues about heroin, sex, life and youth, all interwoven with pitch-black comedy and brutal honesty.

Crumbling Thirst

Crumbling Thirst
Date
20/11/2013
Description
An exploration of the material properties of biscuits, water and glasses."Crumbling is a symptom of thirst. You may want to relieve the symptom. However this may cause side effects, such as feeling mushy. Please bear in mind that you won't be able to revert to a crumbling body once you get infected by water."

Inauguration of the Katharine Worth Building and Opening of the Caryl Churchill Theatre

Inauguration of the Katharine Worth Building and Opening of the Caryl Churchill Theatre
Date
13/11/2013
Description
Katharine Worth is a pioneering figure in British theatre studies: the founder of the Department of Drama and Theatre at Royal Holloway and Britain's first female Professor of Theatre, she is also a noted scholar of British and Irish Theatre with a particular expertise in the work of Samuel Beckett.Caryl Churchill is arguably Britain's leading living playwright, whose work, over 50 years, has been performed and studied across the world, acknowledged for its restless inventiveness in finding new forms to reflect and interrogate the world in which we live.

Migrating Theatre

Date
13/11/2013
Description
The Transnational and International Perspectives on Performance (IPOP) research group is happy to present its first research seminar of the academic year 2013-14, with two papers by recently-appointed lecturers to the Department of Drama and Theatre, Dr Ashley Thorpe and Dr Bryce Lease. An informal Q&A session will follow.
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