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City, Space, and Spectacle in 19th Century Performance: Register for the Conference

A three-day conference to be held from 8th-10th June 2018 at the Palazzo Pesaro-Papafava, Venice.

There is a registration fee for this conference which is payable in advance via the online payment form below (£75 per person, although there is a reduced registration fee of £35 for PGRs/unsalaried).

Tea/coffee will be provided during the conference, but delegates are asked to arrange and cover the cost of their own travel and accommodation to Venice, as well as the cost of all food during the Conference (except for a light reception tea on Friday early evening and lunch on Saturday).

If you have any questions regarding the conference please contact Professor Jim Davis at:

Please be sure to carefully read the conference terms and conditions accessible at the bottom of this page.

Please also be aware that access to the first floor facilities (via two flights of stairs) of the 15th Century Palazzo is not currently possible for wheelchair users. Please notify Pat Smyth P dot M dot Smyth at warwick dot ac dot uk of any individual requirements in advance of the event so that these can be accommodated where possible. There are good sources of information about getting around Venice for those with accessibility requirements on the web which you may wish to consult.

Please tell us if you have any dietry requirements and/or food allergies
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