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  PGT students across five of our MA programmes (MA Applied Theatre & Intervention; MA Audiences, Engagement and Participation; MA Culture Creativity and Entrepreneurship; MA Performance Design; and MA Writing for Performance and Publication) have worked collaboratively to develop three ensemble, co-creative projects that engage with some of the significant...

Intercultural Shakespeare is a very popular Year 3 module on our undergraduate degree in Theatre and Performance, first taught in the first semester of the academic year 19-20. It has been devised as a highly practical, studio-based module, exploring Shakespeare through music, dance and hybrid adaptations of his texts that...

Live online Q&A June 4th 11.00am – 12.30pm (BST)   Song of the Female Textile Workers tells the story of three generations of women and their intertwined love and passion in pursuing their careers, set against individual historical socio-political background. The story presents a hundred years of China’s socio-economic and...

Kathy Hinde – Amber Abrams – Marieke Norton     In recent years, a great deal of research across various disciplines has demonstrated the need to develop inclusive and transformative modes of water governance (if this is even the right word) that can make space for a multiplicity of water knowledges,...

one day. two hundred choices. Lola, Sara, Shaun and Claire. Four completely different people all entering life outside of prison at the same time, connected only through their probation officer. They each discover the difficulties and importance of relationships, housing, mental health and licence conditions in the outside world. Follow...

by Emma Dutton Tchaikovsky Recomposed was made possible by the Berkofsky Arts Award.   Tchaikovsky Recomposed explores the relationship between reconfiguration and recognition by abstracting and restructuring material from Tchaikovsky’s three ballets, Swan Lake (1876), Sleeping Beauty (1889) and The Nutcracker (1892). Performances and reinterpretations of Tchaikovsky’s ballets have been...

The Farce Dimension by Luke Haywood What if you opened a portal to the legendary Farce Dimension using a secret knob in a deluxe antique wardrobe? Rose Cedar-Pine and her twin sister Mary have done just that. However, when Mary gets lost in the Farce Dimension, five farce worlds begin...

  Kamilu Hassan Hamza Al Fitra Academy, Kano, Nigeria Respondent: Nicolas Salazar Sutil This event is sponsored by Sadler Seminar programme,  Leeds Arts and Humanities Research Institute, University of Leeds This event explores the spiritual and cultural world of the Maguzawa, or Hausa animists of Northern Nigeria. Kamilu Hassan Hamza...