Arts Faculty News
Assemblywomen! Warwick Ancient Drama Festival 2023 - Warwick Arts Centre 26-27 January
This January, the Warwick's Department of Classics and Ancient History presents: Assemblywomen! An Ancient Greek comedy bought to the modern stage at Warwick Arts Centre.
Written by Aristophanes, this play follows the women of Athens as they disguise themselves as men to infiltrate the government and take over the city.
The citizens of Athens are then left trying to adapt to their new leadership, resulting in a series of ridiculous situations.
Playing Your Part and Keeping it Classic
For Classics alumna Katharine Broderick (BA Classical Civilisation, 2021, MA by Research Classics and Ancient History, 2022), 2022 started and ended on a high. From having successfully produced Bacchae for the Warwick Ancient Drama Festival earlier in January to submitting the final assignment for her Master's degree, Katharine reflects on her time at Warwick and the relevance of Ancient Greek plays in modern society.
A FAB Place to Be - Video of the 2022 FAB Festival
Have a taste of what it is like to be a Faculty of Arts student through the video of the recent FAB Festival and opening of Warwick's new Arts Building.