Grant awarded to Drama's Dr Adam Ledger will support new show that encourages its audience to engage with crucial environmental issues.
Research from Dr Caroline Radcliffe that combines film, audio and digital performance to explore the dehumanisation and alienation of the industrial worker shown at the opening night of Algomech.
Dr Adam Ledger's new book on 'Craft, Process and Aesthetic in Contemporary Theatre' published by Palgrave Macmillan.
Caroline Radcliffe's research on industry and clog dancing shared on 'Antiques Road Trip' with Melanie Barber
Alumnus Gareth Neame OBE (BA Drama and English, 1988) was featured in the current edition of the University's "Old Joe" alumni magazine
We are now ranked 70 in the subject ranking for arts and humanities, which covers art, performing arts, design, languages, literature, linguistics, history, philosophy, theology, architecture and archaeology.
Caroline Radcliffe's installation to premier at the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Festival 2018.
Report from the Standing Conference of University Drama Departments.
Adam Ledger (Drama) and his theatre company The Bone Ensemble has been awarded £14,900 by Arts Council England.
A range of College of Arts and Law projects have been funded by through the British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grants scheme.
Congratulations to Adam Ledger in Drama and Theatre Arts and The Bone Ensemble for a successful application to Arts Council England's Grants for the Arts fund for the Where's My Igloo Gone? project.
We interviewed Drama and English alumni during a College of Arts and Law Careers event. They talk about their time at Birmingham and their career since leaving university.