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The Sense(s) of Athletics in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Online Conference
MS Teams

Runs from Thursday, April 28 to Friday, April 29.

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protests, hymns and caskets
Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Runs from Thursday, April 28 to Friday, April 29.

On the 28th-29th of April 2022, the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry will host the play, "protests, hymns and caskets" by Lanaire Aderemi. Lanaire is an award-winning writer and producer committed to amplifying and archiving untold stories and is currently reading for a PhD at the University of Warwick.

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Henri Tauliaut, Afro-Celtic Futurism: A Performance resulting from the residency
5.04, Faculty of the Arts Building

As part of their artistic residency in the SMLC in late April 2022, Amazonian writer Juan Carlos Galeano and Martiniquian performance artist Henri Tauliaut will offer public events to explore how written, visual, and performative practices can address issues of memory, sustainability and justice in precarious environments.

'Afro-Celtic Futurism' is a performance by Henri Tauliaut resulting from the residency.

 

in room 5.03, Faculty of Arts Building

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