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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.

The Student Workshop present: The Trial

The Student Workshop present: The Trial
Date
30/10/2013 - 01/11/2013
Description
Absurd, menacing and blackly comic, Steven Berkoff's classic play The Trial follows Joseph K, a respected banker who has a seemingly idyllic life. One morning however, he is arrested, but for what he has absolutely no idea. With the courts the only way to save himself, Joseph will have to do everything he can, with a surreal ensemble cast around him, to even stand a chance...

Ecocentrix: Indigenous Arts, Sustainable Acts

Ecocentrix: Indigenous Arts, Sustainable Acts
Date
25/10/2013 - 10/11/2013
Description
EcoCentrix: Indigenous Arts, Sustainable Acts brings to London the work of more than 40 artists from the Americas, Australia, the Pacific and South Africa. Uniquely comprised of both live performance and the traces it leaves behind in images, digital media, sounds, texts and crafted objects, this interactive exhibition offers fresh ways of grasping what sustainable can mean.

Cabaret Holloway (in memory of Caroline Jones)

Cabaret Holloway (in memory of Caroline Jones)
Date
09/10/2013
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre, Drama Department, Royal Holloway
Description
In memory and celebration of Caroline Jones, CABARET HOLLOWAY promises to be a fantastic evening of comedy brought to you by our very own alumni. Tickets are going fast, with a line-up featuring BBC3's Gareth Richards, Bourgeois & Maurice, Ginger and Black, In Cahoots and many mooore...

Beadwork and Building: The Work of an Indigenous Cultural Theory

Beadwork and Building: The Work of an Indigenous Cultural Theory
Date
29/06/2013
Description
A workshop with Peter Morin, Tahltan First Nation

Indigeneity: Being Idle No More

Indigeneity: Being Idle No More
Date
25/06/2013
Description
A Conversation with Dr Dylan Robinson and Peter Morin, Curator and Artist, Tahltan First Nation

The Limbless Knight – A Tale of Rights Reignited

Date
21 - 23/06/2013
Description
In this immersive theatre experience you are invited to play extras in a film where nothing is as it seems. Tensions are high as our human rights are on the verge of being rewritten which sparks passion, protest and a call to arms.

Participatory Research and Learning: Perspectives from Music and Drama

Date
05/06/2013
Description
With Dr Henry Stobart (Music), Professor Matthew Isaac Cohen (Drama) and Professor Tina K Ramnarine - Board Room, Centre for International Theatre and Performance Research [adjacent to the Boilerhouse Theatre], Royal Holloway, University of London - Wednesday 5 June, 4.30-6pm

David Henry Hwang in Conversation

Date
25/05/2013
Description
David Henry Hwang, APAF, Asian Performing Arts Forum, True Heart Theatre
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