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Theatrical Ecologies and Environments in the Nineteenth Century - Registration

Register for the One Day Symposium

A one-day Symposium to be held on Saturday 1st July 2017 from 10am-6.15pm, at the School of Theatre & Performance Studies and Cultural & Media Policy Studies, Millburn House, University of Warwick, CV4 7HS, UK.

There is a registration fee for this symposium which is payable in cash or by cheque on the day (£25 per person, although there is a reduced registration fee of £15 for PGRs).

Lunches/refreshments will be provided, however, delegates are asked to arrange and cover the cost of their own travel and accommodation. Please note that the nearest train station to the campus is in Coventry.

You may wish to stay on campus at one of the University's Conference centres. You can book a B&B room in Scarman, Arden or Radcliffe here:

There is also a wide selection of accommodation in nearby Coventry or Kenilworth, for example:

In Kenilworth: The Holiday Inn Kenilworth, Chesford Grange

In Coventry: Village Hotel, Ramada, Windmill Village, Nailcote Hall

If you have any questions regarding the symposium please contact the Symposium organiser Prof Jim Davis at:

Please let us know whether or not you are a PGR (post graduate research) student (required)
We will be booking tables in advance for dinner at the Warwick Arts Centre on Friday and Saturday evening. If you wish to be included please indicate this below:
Menus will be circulated to those of you who have signed up, as the Arts Centre requires advance notification of orders for large group bookings. You will be required to pay for your meal on the night (payment will not be taken in advance).
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