There are still places left for the postgraduate symposium at the University of Bristol on Friday 27th June. The symposium includes a workshop, a performance installation, a keynote, a panel of papers and a performance. The event is hosted by the Theatre and Performance PGRs at the university.
For free tickets and a full outline of the day, please see the eventbrite page
The symposium includes:
Making Learning (Jen Grove, Alex Wardrop and Sam Thomas)
Telling the ‘topos’ (installation performance)
Considering Language as Environment (Key Note)
Euglena comes to Bristol or Where (the Hell) am I?
Placing the Circus: how interwar circus spaces affected reception of female aerialists
“That’s what a woman can do.” The representation of Women in Victorian Music Hall’s
Celebrity, Celebration and Politics: A Photographic reflection on objects from the Family, Business, Personal, Artificial and Academic Collectors of the Theatre and Performance Archive
Staging Multiple & Continuing Histories in The York Mystery Plays, 2014
The Stories We Tell Ourselves
Any questions, please contact off-list Paul.Geary@bristol.ac.uk