For the first time, we will be hosting a 5-year reunion, in which we will be welcoming the Class of 2011 back to Central!
In preparing a book chapter on British auteur Katie Mitchell, from which this paper is drawn, Central's Senior Visiting Research Fellow Dr Solga will discuss how she is specifically interested in the way Mitchell disrupts "naturalist time" in two productions: A Woman Killed With Kindness (2011) and The Cherry Orchard (2014). Prof Dan Rebellato (RHUL) will provide a response.
The annual screening of the MA Acting for Screen graduating short films. This year we are presenting four films which have been specifically developed for the cohort by a large team of professional writers and directors.
For one week, MA/MFA Scenography students are developing their final projects in the live context of an open studio type of exhibition.
The tale of two orphans at the Coram Hospital in London and their journey to unlock their past and create a future.
Rocket Girl explores travel, science and friendships. This is a scary space adventure not to be missed!
Presented by MA Creative Producing students. Featuring artists from Central, HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, University of Greenwich, Central Saint Martins and The Bartlett School of Architecture, with talks from differentcEngine, Invisible Flock and Blast Theory’s Matt Adams.
Set over the course of a visiting hour in a Young Offenders Institution, Through The Wire sympathetically lets us into the lives of the young male prisoners, their visitors and the Prison Officers that watch over them.
In 2012, National University of Ireland, Galway began digitising the archive of the Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s national theatre. Rescheduled from last term, in this Theatre Workings Seminar Professor Lonergan presents thoughts on how the use of digital technologies can allow us to form revised understandings of how theatres function over long periods of time.
This year's Gordon Craig Lecture, in association with the Society for Theatre Research and King's College London, will be given by writer, theatre director, and performer Lola Arias.
Can art be a way to revive the past? A means to represent memories and make present what is lost somewhere in our heads?