Author: Suzie

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Literature, Arts and Medicine database (LitMed)

The LitMed database was created by the New York University School of Medicine and gives the ability to trace references to medical topics in humanities resources including fiction, film, drama and visual arts. It...

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Live Tales comes to Sunderland

Recently, the very first Live Tales story writing workshop in Sunderland was observed by Royal visitors, as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially opened The Fire Station, Sunderland’s new music and arts hub,...

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Calling all dancers- check out ‘Animated’

The Library subscribes to the print version of Animated – the community dance magazine. You can check details on our Library Catalogue. You can use this to research for your assignments. Maybe you’ve only...

Research funding opportunity in performing arts

The Creative Multilingualism project team is delighted to announce a new funding opportunity. Creative Multilingualism is a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional research programme funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) under its Open World...

Much Ado About Nothing – in performance

Much Ado About Nothing – in performance

Explore how Much Ado about Nothing is performed and interpreted, from original stagings to the modern day, with this free course. Shakespeare’s much loved play, Much Ado about Nothing, is read and studied all over...

Physical theatre – exploring The Slap

Physical theatre – exploring The Slap

Learn about Meyerhold’s form of physical theatre, biomechanics, and understand and perform ‘The Slap’. This course introduces you to world-renowned Russian director Meyerhold’s technique of biomechanics. It invites you to study and experience first-hand his revolutionary...

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Artistic practice seminar podcast

The National Archives hosts the monthly Big Ideas seminar series, open to academic and research communities as well as the heritage and archival sectors. On Tuesday 20th February 2018 (13.00-14.00) Professor Andrew Prescott, University...