From the first wave of women’s suffrage in the early 20th century, right up to 2017, Oh Dear, What Can The Matter Be? is a riot of colour, history, music, drama and much more – telling the remarkable story of the fight for equality – a battle that still rages today.
Inspired by recent work in performance studies and related fields, this talk centres its focus on the lived realities of non-human objects and agents involved in the experience of being ill. Speaker: Professor Patrick Anderson, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication and Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, San Diego.
Central are hosting an alumni gathering in San Francisco, for our many alumni who live and work on the West Coast.
Join MA/MFA Actor Training and Coaching course leader Ian Morgan and current students for this free taster workshop.
This event will be a conversation between Sean Holmes, Artistic Director of the Lyric, Hammersmith and Tom Cornford about making theatre in 2017.
This evening will review Jane Scott’s ironic melodramas, her ground-breaking contemporary comedies, the manic edge of her burlesques, and the way in which her works anticipate and have been waiting for post-Modern understanding of the pre-Victorian.
The theme of this year's Intersections in "Practicing Reference(s)/Referencing Practice(s)". What does it mean to reference — to refer to — performance? And in what ways might performance reference, refer to, us?
The concept of care has yet to be fully investigated within performance-based scholarship. This symposium signals the start of a new project that explores how concepts of care can be developed, troubled and enhanced through an engagement with performance-based work and, simultaneously, how performance can be re-thought and re-imagined through a dialogue with care ethics.
An opportunity to find out more about Central's vibrant and diverse Research degrees programme.
‘I am sitting here knowing that what I say in the next ten seconds, what I do in the next half-hour, may transform my life to a dreamed-of place where I am recognised endlessly...’