Bernard-Marie Koltès (1948-1989) was the greatest French playwright of his generation, and Night is one of his most captivating and unsettling texts.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to planned UCU industrial action on 28th February over the threat to the USS pension scheme, this event, “The Tree of Performance Knowledge”, at King's College London has been cancelled.
A devised adaptation of William Faulkner's novel, this is a story for our times about frustrated identity and the power struggle between men and women - a subtle and beautiful theatrical portrait of a decaying family.
The Bandmanns: Biopolitical and Actor-Network Perspectives on a Theatre Family is a Leverhulme lecture by Professor Christopher Balme
Before Jack the Ripper, there was Charlie Peace: the most infamous villain in Victorian England. Michael Eaton's inventive and colourful play sees Charlie through the eyes of a raucous vaudeville entertainment, including original music by Paul Barker and newly unearthed historical material.
International Stanislavsky Prize 2017 Laureate Professor Sergei Tcherkasski speaks about contemporary Russian actor training and the international development of Stanislavsky’s tradition.
Our BA (Hons) Acting students perform at a showcase for industry and associated professionals only.
Intersections 2018: Unmentionables – “no-go” areas in performance practices and research. Keynote speakers: Dr Anna Birch, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Dr Nina Power, University of Roehampton.
A symposium on the Crisis in Humanities. Surviving the Neoliberal University: Revaluing the Labour of the Performing Arts
A dead father. A new king. Grieving Hamlet. Get close-up to loyalty, love, betrayal, murder and madness in this new stripped-back, fast-paced traverse staging. Performed by BA (Hons) Acting students, working alongside students from the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice