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There are always visiting speakers, productions, seminars and other events happening in the Drama department. Here you can keep in touch with what we're up to.

Wednesday 26th April 2017

Nation Re-Choreographed

Nation Re-Choreographed
Date
26/04/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre, Rehearsal Studio 2
Description
A talk by Dr Aishika Chakraborty, sponsored by the Centre for Asian Theatre and DanceDr Aishika Chakraborty is Associate Professor at the School of Women's Studies, Jadavpur University, India. Following the completion of her doctoral thesis on widowhood in colonial Bengal, the focus of Aishika's current research is the journey of contemporary dance in Bengal, underscoring its history, legacy and politics of gender. Her co-edited book, Moving Space: Women in Performance, is forthcoming in 2017, while she edited and introduced a volume titled Ranjabati, A Dancer and Her World in 2008.
Thursday 27th April 2017

London Theatre Seminar: Political Theatre

London Theatre Seminar: Political Theatre
Date
27/04/2017
Location:
Senate House
Description
Our very own Bryce Lease is a speaker at the autumn series of London Theatre Seminar: 'Political Theatre', where his new book "After '89" will be launched!
Saturday 19th August 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017
Date
19/08/2017 - 01/09/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
NTP UK is an intensive English-language programme in the chant, dance and musical instruments of Japan's classical theatre.
Sunday 20th August 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017
Date
19/08/2017 - 01/09/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
NTP UK is an intensive English-language programme in the chant, dance and musical instruments of Japan's classical theatre.
Monday 21st August 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017
Date
19/08/2017 - 01/09/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
NTP UK is an intensive English-language programme in the chant, dance and musical instruments of Japan's classical theatre.
Tuesday 22nd August 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017
Date
19/08/2017 - 01/09/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
NTP UK is an intensive English-language programme in the chant, dance and musical instruments of Japan's classical theatre.
Wednesday 23rd August 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017
Date
19/08/2017 - 01/09/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
NTP UK is an intensive English-language programme in the chant, dance and musical instruments of Japan's classical theatre.
Thursday 24th August 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017
Date
19/08/2017 - 01/09/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
NTP UK is an intensive English-language programme in the chant, dance and musical instruments of Japan's classical theatre.
Friday 25th August 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017
Date
19/08/2017 - 01/09/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
NTP UK is an intensive English-language programme in the chant, dance and musical instruments of Japan's classical theatre.
Saturday 26th August 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017
Date
19/08/2017 - 01/09/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
NTP UK is an intensive English-language programme in the chant, dance and musical instruments of Japan's classical theatre.
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