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

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13/11/2013 (18:00-21:00)
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featuring a special one-off performance of Tim Crouch’s My Arm

followed by a reception

 

6-7pm: Tours of The Katharine Worth Building

7-7.15pm: Welcome and Introduction

7.15-8.15pm: Performance of My Arm

8.15-9pm: Reception

 

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.


   
 
 
 

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