As a former PhD student at Royal Holloway, I am very excited to share my news of my upcoming publication The Global and Local Appeal of Kneehigh Theatre: Brand Kneehigh.
This one-day symposium, “Feminist Practices: Writing Dance & Performance Histories” investigates intersectional feminist practices in the performing arts.
How did the Departments of Music and Drama perform in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021?
Professor Lynette Goddard has recently written about Black British Playwrights for Drama Online Black History Month.
The Department invites applications for AHRC studentships from candidates who are accepted for the MPhil/PhD degree to commence in 2022.
Public Acts is a nationwide initiative led by the National Theatre that creates new works of participatory theatre.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune of March-May 1871. Professor Dan Rebellato of the Department of Drama, Theatre & Dance is delivering five essays for BBC Radio 3.
The School of Performing and Digital Arts in collaboration with The Centre for Contemporary British Theatre and The Student Workshop present a week of virtual events to celebrate Black History Month.
The Department is pleased to offer a number of awards and studentships to applicants who are accepted for the MPhil/PhD degree to commence in 2021.
Dan Rebellato, Professor of Contemporary Theatre in the Department of Drama, Theatre & Dance at Royal Holloway, has written an audio essay about the melancholy and promise of empty theatre.