Dr Nick Hunt’s mixed media essay, The Operator Connects, which describes his research investigation into the role of the theatre lighting operator, went online in early December 2013 at www.passages-project.org.uk The practical investigation took place through a research-performance Passages. The Operator Connects is in part a critical reflection on this investigation, and comprises a collection of inter-related mini-essays in video, […]
The Dead Fiddler and The Destruction of Kreshev, two actor musician productions by associate company Sacred and Profane Theatre Company, adapted from short stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer, performed at the Edinburgh and Camden Festivals and London venues, 2006-2013.
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 […]
Taste of Memory a project, developed by Pan Intercultural Arts in partnership with RBC and SOAS Food Studies Centre, exploring the changing food heritage of Britain through the eyes of young Londoners from across the world, funded by Heritage Lottery and AB Charitable Trust, 2010-2011.
Theory Box is a research-led installation created by an academic fashion historian and a lighting designer. It started life at Symposium 2010 at Rose Bruford College, and was presented under the title Invisible Ink. The initiative for the collaboration came from both my and Caroline’s interest in the spectacular, the inconsistency of perception, and the […]
Research Project Title: Unfinished Histories: Recording the History of Alternative Theatre Aim: To document the history of the alternative theatre movement in Britain between 1968-88, through interviews and the collecting of archive material. Project Directors: Susan Croft and Jessica Higgs Research Centre: Clive Barker Research Centre for Theatrical Innovation Timeline: 2006 — Related Resources: The […]
act2.theatrefutures.org.uk In September 2010 the British Council Switzerland organised a programme of events under the heading “Act2: Cultural Relations and Conflict”. The project combined performance practice, skills-based learning and informed debate to address cases in which cultural relations are used in conflict prevention and reconciliation. Underpinning the project were questions of definition and form: what […]
The Festival Adventurewas a research project developed through three symposia and allied events which explored the purpose of festival and how they celebrate diversity and build communities; involving staff, students and alumni, and College Visiting Professor, Chris Baldwin, a close associate of Clive Barker in his life-time, 2007-2010.
Intersex in Performance, a project and conference organised by Colin Ellwood, which explored controversial and topical ideas and cultural issues through performance, focusing on potential engagements between intersex and theatre, 2010. Date/Time: Sat 20th March 2010. The Drill Hall, Chenies Street, London WC1 – 12:00noon – 4:15pm Tickets: £10 (Concessions for Students, Unwaged, Over 60s […]
Cabaret Mechanical Theatre was a research project involving puppets and automata created by College students, staff and associate researchers with installations, exhibitions and performances at the Horniman Museum, the Prague Quadrennial and the Parque de la Ciencias, Granada, 2007-2009. http://www.cabaret.co.uk/2009/11/page/3/