This conference seeks to stimulate an exchange between UK theatre makers and theatre artists from overseas, who engage with multilingual performance practices in the field of theatre dramaturgy, playwriting and performance-making. Our objective is to begin to chart the ‘state of the art’ of both advanced creative practice and academic discourses on multilingual theatre, and to map out core issues and problems for future research.
Shakespeare’s Globe and The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama are co-hosting a two-day symposium exploring one of the most crucial questions in theatre today: 21st Century Acting: Race and Inclusive Practice – What Next?
Central looks forward to hosting our annual party in Edinburgh for our alumni, students and staff at the Fringe!
Central will be holding auditions and interviews in Santiago, Chile, for entry to its postgraduate programmes.
Research@Central presents a conference, Training for the Future, which includes Anne Bogart’s final Leverhulme lecture as Visiting Professor at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Central will be opening the doors of The Embassy Theatre for it's BA (Hons) Theatre Practice courses.
Central will be opening the doors of The Embassy Theatre for it's Contemporary Performance Practice courses.
Central looks forward to hosting a Gathering in Shanghai for our alumni living and working in East Asia.