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Nadine Holdsworth's co-authored book The Ecologies of Amateur Theatre, has won the 2019 David Bradby TaPRA Award for outstanding research.
Pictured: The Ecologies of Amateur Theatre (Palgrave Macmillan 2018), WINNER OF THE DAVID BRADBURY AWARD 2019
Yvette's co-edited collection of Contemporary Plays by African Women will be launched in collaboration with the Belgrade Youth Group at two events - at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry on Thursday 21st February, and Oxford Playhouse on 22nd February, for details see
As part of a new partnership between the Belgrade Theatre and Warwick University’s African Women’s Playwright Network, select participants from our Youth Theatre will present extracts from Contemporary Plays by African Women due to be published by Methuen in January 2019.. The evening takes on an interactive form, embracing and encouraging discussion and debate around where and how the ...
A free event from the African Women Playwright's Network
Breach Theatre co-founders and Warwick Alumni Billy Barrett and Elice Stevens feature on the V&A's podcast TheatreVoice
Breach Theatre co-founders and Warwick alumni Billy Barrett and Elice Stevens feature on the V&A's podcast TheatreVoice. The episode is now available online and on iTunes: http://www.theatrevoice.com/audio/breach-theatre/
One of the smartest emerging companies in British theatre, Breach Theatre are interrogating the nature of veracity on stage. Against the backdrop of the post-truth era, their work often interrogates the limits of documentary theatre and re-enactment. Following the success of It’s True It’s True It’s True, a verbatim piece fashioned out of transcripts from a 17th century rape trial, two of the company’s co-founders Billy Barrett and Ellice Stevens join Helen Gush to discuss the topicality of the show and their approach to devising.
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