Join Dr. Experience Bryon for this unique event involving student performances held during Central's Brink Festival.
The MA Scenography Exhibition presents ongoing projects and processes by current MA Scenography students.
There’s an art to selling stilettos and you’d better grasp it. Learn a good wind-up, learn the pull of cash, learn drugs, learn sex, and run wild with the market monkeys. Set during 1985-1991, Market Boy is a raucous rites-of-passage play where we watch the stallholders of Romford Market embrace one of Mrs Thatcher’s key policies, the free market.
Writers Sarah Nixon and Mark Chatterton, renowned for their rock ‘n’ roll pantomimes at the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres, sprinkle their magic on Swiss Cottage.
‘For at an early age he recognised the simple fact that whosoever has two apples is universally happier than he that has one.’
Central is delighted to be able to welcome Prof Serge von Arx, architect, professor of scenography, and artistic director of the scenography department of the Norwegian Theatre Academy, to give this prestigious annual lecture in association with the Society for Theatre Research.
A unique event for anyone interested in finding out more about our MA Music Theatre course.
Ravaged by war, the men are disillusioned and unsure any more of what they are fighting for. The women meanwhile hold the fort, but with their families in tatters. Lysistrata has a plan to put an end to the senseless fighting, but it comes at a high price...
"Rain and fog all day... I worked then read till dark"
The actress, playwright, novelist, and theatrical critic Elizabeth Inchbald (1753-1821) destroyed her memoirs on the advice of a priest, but the pocket diaries she left behind provide significant traces of an embodied self in relation to its practices as a consumer and as a professional subject in the world. Laura Engel is an Associate Professor of English and Drama at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh PA.
TaPRA Applied & Social Theatre Working Group Interim Event, on the ecology of Research, Creativity, Impact and Value with Dr Eleonora Belfiore (Warwick) and Prof Dee Heddon (Glasgow).