Tilly No-Body: Catastrophes of Love – The Play and Solo Performance, written and performed as a one-woman show by Bella Merlin, directed by Miles Anderson, which focuses on the life of Tilly Wedekind, wife to the German playwright, Frank Wedekind; the project will be reflected upon as a critical commentary by Nesta Jones through interviews […]
Noel Greig (1944-2009) was an influential actor and playwright who co-founded The Brighton Combination, worked with The General Will and was a key member of Gay Sweatshop, later writing extensively for and with young people through Theatre Centre and many other companies. The College is honoured to hold an archive of material related to Noel […]
The Clive Barker Centre for Theatrical Innovation, in partnership with The Stanislavski Centre and The Rose Bruford Centre for Voice and Speech present.. THEATRE OF CATASTROPHE A Weekend with Howard Barker and The Wrestling School Rose Bruford College is excited to welcome Britain’s most brilliantly innovative playwright, Howard Barker, and his company The Wrestling School […]
Project Background The Spoils began in 2007 as a musical stage play written by Steven Dykes (Rose Bruford College American Theatre Arts Programme Director) with a score composed by Paul Englishby and commissioned by RBC graduate company, The Shady Dolls. The production was revived in September 2009 as part of the Arcola Theatre’s “Grimeborne Festival”. In 2010, The Spoils entered a […]
Playwrights on Playwriting, a series of digital essays edited by Aleks Sierz on contemporary playwrights including April De Angelis, Mike Bartlett, Tanika Gupta, Dennis Kelly, Anthony Neilson, Lucy Prebble, Simon Stephens, Roy Williams and Laura Wade, through interviews and critical commentary.
For the sixth year, the Euro Theatro Association, in collaboration with Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance in London, the Spanish Ministry for Culture (INAEM and the Department for the Promotion of Books, Reading and Spanish Arts) and Caos Editorial, proudly present rehearsed readings in English translation of three plays by contemporary Spanish authors. […]
The exhibition is available for viewing at the Unicorn Theatre. Dates: Tues October 26th – Thurs 4th Nov. Opening hours: 9.30. 6.00 Mon – Fri, 10.00 – 6.00. Sat and 12.00 – 5.00 Sun, except Tues 2nd Nov when the theatre is closed. Address: 147, Tooley Street, London SE1 2HZ, on Level 1. The Unfinished […]
Urban Scrawl is a ground breaking audio theatre experiment that aims to produce a series of 53 short dramas (50 plays and 3 musicals) for free online download and podcast via the TheatreVOICE website. From Heathrow in the west to Cockfosters in the north east, cutting through the heart of the West End, there is […]