14 April 2022
Dr Rose Whyman and Professor Graham Saunders presented at SERIOUS ABOUT COMEDY
10 January 2022
14 Drama and Theatre Arts participated in a 3-day online workshop, led by RSC Director Owen Horsley.
17 November 2021
Dr David Pattie from the University of Birmingham's department of Drama and Theatre Arts featured on BBC Radio Scotland's popular programme
11 October 2021
The Hive Gallery is pleased to exhibit for the first time in Birmingham, ' The Machinery', an audio-visual instillation capturing the earliest known machine dance.
29 September 2021
Third year Drama and Theatre Arts student, Emma, shares her experience of her Experience Arts internship at The Birmingham Rep
12 August 2021
Bridging the Gap is a partnership project with Women & Theatre and the University of Birmingham.
08 July 2021
How Birmingham's Drama and Theatre Arts staff and students kept theatrical performance alive during the pandemic
17 May 2021
13 May 2021
Dr Rose Whyman hosted a webinar "Rediscovering Stanislavsky".
12 November 2020
AHRC-funded studentships are now available for 2021 entry through the Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership
10 August 2020
Doctoral researcher Lorna French is one of 70 playwrights longlisted for the 2020 prize
26 July 2020
Lorna French, doctoral researcher in DTA, in conversation with playwright Jennifer Farmer for the National Theatre on Lorraine Hansberry's play Les Blancs.
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