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Central hosts A Roundtable on Sports Plays to mark the premieres of its productions of ‘Colossal’ and ‘The Wolves’ and the publication of Sports Plays (Routledge, 2021)
Repeats daily all day until Sunday 5 September 2021
- Friday 3 September 2021, 2-11pm
- Saturday 4 September 2021, 2-11pm
This Form(at) Festival 2021 celebrates the exciting and innovative work made by MA/MFA Advanced Theatre Practice?students at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Find out more information about all of Central's undergraduate degrees including:
- BA (Hons) Acting
- BA (Hons) Contemporary Performance Practice
- BA (Hons) Theatre Practice
Discover Central Podcast
For our final episode of Series 3, Central's Access and Participation Manager Victoria Edwards sits down with alumni Tim Chaundy and Maame Atuah to talk all things Central Outreach.
We catch up with Mairi Hayes and Jake Harders, graduates of Central who now work across the School's Diplomas and Short Courses to find out more about their work. We also hear from Diploma graduates Sonny Kong and Luke fox about their experiences studying at Central.
In March, we were joined by Dr Katharine Low, a Senior Lecturer in Community Performance and Applied Theatre at Central, for a discussion about her research, her newly published book, and the work that she and her students have been undertaking over several years and in collaboration with partner organisations in South Africa.