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Michael Walling

Michael Walling is Artistic Director of Border Crossings, which creates new intercultural, multi-media theatre in response to the contemporary globalised world. The Company’s Patron is Peter Sellars and its funding includes the EU Culture Programme, Lottery Fund, China-UK Connection, Collage Arts and the Commonwealth Foundation. He has developed the company’s Orientations Trilogy through his association with the College, […]

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Encounters with Kantor

Encounters with Kantor, led by Andrzej and Teresa Welminski, practitioners based at Cricot 2 Theatre of Tadeusz Kantor, Krakow, resulting in two devised pieces Traumatikon and Pages from the book of, both performed by graduates and students of the European Theatre Arts Programme at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in the Summerhall venue, and by invitation at […]

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We Are What We Wear

The College’s Research Centre for Multicultural and Intercultural Performance is delighted to be collaborating with the Kala Chethena Kathakali Company as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded research project: We Are What We Wear This historical project, kindly supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund [London], was instigated by Kathakali make up and costume specialist, Kalamandalam […]

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4th International Practice Exchange - Interculturalism: Art and Policy

4th International Practice Exchange – Interculturalism: Art and Policy

Event: 4th International Practice Exchange – Interculturalism: Art and Policy. Date: 15 & 16 December 2010. Time: 10am – 5pm. Location: Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance (travel) Attendance: Primarily by invitation, but there are some places available for interested people. Please email if you would like to attend. Lunch will be provided […]

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Dr Dominic Hingorani: British Asian Theatre, Dramaturgy, Process and Performance.

Tuesday 16th November, 18.30 to 20.00 (Studio Two) A joint presentation with the Stanislavski Centre. Dr Dominic Hingorani (University of East London) will talk about his new book, published by Palgrave Macmillan. British Asian Theatre – Dramaturgy Process and Performance. This highly accessible and original introduction to British-Asian theatre explores the creativity, innovation and diversity […]

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