Be pulled below the streets of Camden into an underworld of burlesque, blood and bionic bodies; where structures are shattered and a rebellion of dance, sculpture, movement, media and performance rises above. This three-day live art spectacular focuses on providing a platform for emerging artists and creating discussion around the topic of identity, rebirth and skin.
Central's Research Fellow Dani Ploeger will present a new digital artwork, TRASH HEAVEN, during the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Our MA Acting for Screen students perform at a showcase for industry and associated professionals only.
A lowly bureaucrat teams up with a con man in search of a trove of priceless jewels spirited away during the Russian Revolution…in one of twelve identical dining-room chairs! Their quest to discover the fate of the chairs and recover the loot will propel the unlikely duo into a series of bizarre misadventures. This adaptation of Ilf and Petrov’s classic satirical novel has been newly commissioned for MA Music Theatre.
Central are hosting an alumni party in New York, for our many alumni who live and work there.
Please join Kate Elswit at the book launch to celebrate the recent publication of Theatre & Dance (Theatre& series, 2018). This succinct and engaging text explores the interdependence between theatre and dance.
Central are hosting a celebration and networking afternoon for BATP graduates in conjunction with this year's Design & Crafts Exhibition.
Celebrating the work and accomplishments of the graduating design and crafts students specialising as prop makers, lighting designers, puppeteers, stage designers, costume makers, sound designers, scenic artists, and scenic constructors, before an audience of industry professionals and close friends.
Robert Icke will give a brief lecture on a topic related to his work to date. This will be followed by a Q & A with Duška Radosavljević, Reader in Contemporary Theatre and Performance at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
This international conference examines the crisis of theatre in Europe. Across the continent we can observe significant institutional challenges and transformations: funding cuts, demographic changes, media and technological innovations, political interventions, movements in the public sphere, shifts in aesthetic tastes and moods. Each alone is seldom enough to cause a crisis, but in combination they do.