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Drama performances, events and seminars are shown on this page. Please remember that coursework performances may not appear until a week before the performance, so please check back regularly.

Thu 30 Jan

Start time: 13:00
 

Tickets for students/staff: 8
Admission Free
No public tickets available
End Time: 16:00


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Spill The Tea

Location: TS1 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)
Postcode: EX4 4LA  Show on Map
Spill the Tea is a theatre project led by Beyond Face Theatre company, exploring themes around de-colonisation and what does that mean to us today? This project will involve creations of monologues and performance and you will be joined by professional performers from Beyond Face.  Join us in our first research and development session on Thursday 30th January. 1-4pm TS1.

Wed 05 Feb

Start time: 16:30
 

Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Admission Free
End Time: 18:00

Research Seminar: Wild Scenes at Cardiff

Presented by: Professor Mike Pearson, now Honorary Professor in Drama at the University of Exeter
Location: TS2 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)
Postcode: EX4 4LA  Show on Map
Mike will be talking about his recent work on the Cardiff race riots of 1919 as this includes reflection on both the research practices and on the practical projects that he's undertaken with National Theatre Wales.

Wed 12 Feb

Start time: 11:30
 

Tickets for students/staff: 25
Admission Free
No public tickets available
End Time: 13:00


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Tony Gardner - Acting Q&A

Location: TS1 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)
Postcode: EX4 4LA  Show on Map

Tony Gardner is an experienced comic actor, appearing in Bang Bang at the Exeter Northcott from 6 - 15 February. This is a premiere of a new comedy, written by John Cleese and directed by the Northcott Artistic Director, Daniel Buckroyd.

Tony has offered to come and talk to you about his career, life as an actor, the industry, Equity, training, and anything else you may have questions about!

Wed 19 Feb

Start time: 16:30
 

Tickets for students/staff: 29
Tickets for public: 20
Admission Free
End Time: 18:30

Research Seminar: Cities and Resilience

Location: TS1 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)
Postcode: EX4 4LA  Show on Map

Speakers: Dr Stuart Andrews, Dr Patrick Duggan, and Professor Stephen Hodge

Wed 26 Feb

Start time: 13:30
 

Tickets for students/staff: 14
Admission Free
No public tickets available
End Time: 16:30

Drama School Taster Workshop

Presented by: Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company
Location: TS1 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)
Postcode: EX4 4LA  Show on Map
Considering further training as an actor? Participate in this 3-hour workshop led by Fourth Monkey Artistic Director Steve Green. A increasing number of Exeter graduates have been training with Fourth Monkey and this workshop introduce participants to the Fourth Monkey way of working which includes ensemble style exercises, Clown, Expressive Movement & more. The workshop will primarily focus on two main elements: a Complicité-based element on Ensemble and a Physical Theatre element, with an emphasis on breath, impulse and connecting to truth through physicality. There will also be an opportunity to chat with Steve about Fourth Monkey training, and future opportunities (including scheduling a free audition).
The workshop lasts for three hours and includes short breaks for notes.

Wed 11 Mar

Start time: 16:30
 

Tickets for students/staff: 30
Tickets for public: 20
Admission Free
End Time: 18:30

Research Seminar: Medical Humanities

Location: TS1 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)
Postcode: EX4 4LA  Show on Map

Speakers from the Wellcome Centre Trust Centre for the Cultures and Environments of Heath, and the Department of Drama