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Northumbria University Performing Arts Workshops and Presentations

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Northern Stage

Workshops and Presentations - 23 May - 25 May 2018

In addition to performance of The Wonderful World of Dissocia and A Threepenny Opera, students from MA Theatre and Performance, BA Drama and Applied Theatre and BA Drama and Scriptwriting will be delivering a series of presentations. Booking is not required and these activities are free of charge


Wednesday, 23 May, 1pm - 6.30pm 
MA Theatre and Performance Research Symposium

Join our Masters cohort as they present a research symposium in which they explore a wide range of research questions, with a particular focus on Practice Research. The group will offer a series of individual presentations and demonstrations of practice that seek to interrogate and illuminate the research questions that underpin their own developing practice. 

Thursday, 24 May 2018, 3.30pm - 5.30pm
BA Drama and Applied Theatre

BA (Hons) Drama and Applied Theatre explores the role of the socially engaged artist in society. Graduating students from the programme reflect on their work in a variety of social contexts. Over the past year, the students have worked in fields as diverse as Primary education; intergenerational theatre; young adult carers; and mental health.

Friday, 25 May 2018, 3.30pm - 5pm
BA Drama and Script Writing

From situation comedy to taught thriller by way of closely observed character drama, some of the exciting work being developed by our graduating students is presented by a group of professional actors. This performance consists of a series of short play readings from the portfolio of work by graduating students’ of the Drama and Scriptwriting programme at Northumbria University.

Please click here for more information on these activities. Guests are welcome to join all activities during the showcase at Northern Stage.

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Barras Bridge
Newcastle upon Tyne

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