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News

Staging Suffrage

Staging Suffrage

Description
On the suffrage centenary on 6th February, the 'Staging Suffrage' team revived excerpts from these plays in sites that still resonate with the cause 100 years on, across Royal Holloway's campus, and the local areas of Egham and Englefield Green, re-connecting place, memory, and politics for 21st century audiences.
Date:
08/02/2018
PhD student publishes research on Kim Noble

PhD student publishes research on Kim Noble

Description
Poppy Corbett, who is in her final year of study for a PhD in the Department of Drama, Theatre & Dance, had an article published in the journal Performance Research earlier this year. The title of the journal issue is 'On Proximity' and it is co-edited by Ben Cranfield and Louise Owen.
Date:
07/11/2017
PhD graduate in performance success

PhD graduate in performance success

Description
Eugénie Pastor - a PhD student in the department - has won critical acclaim for a number of her recent performances. Eugénie is Associate Artist at award-winning company Little Bulb Theatre, with whom she has been making and performing work for the past eight years, including Operation Greenfield and Squally Showers. The company recently took its show Orpheus, commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre, to the Brisbane Festival (in September 2017), where it was very warmly received.
Date:
02/11/2017

Events

'Breaking Waves' CCBT Research Seminar

'Breaking Waves' CCBT Research Seminar

Date
09/05/2018
Location:
Rehearsal Studio 2
Description
'Breaking Waves' CCBT Research Seminar with Dr Siân Adiseshiah (University of Lincoln). 'On Ageing in the Plays of Caryl Churchill'.

 
 
 

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