Engagement

The collaboration offers students a truly unique learning experience, blending academia and creativity in an exciting new way to foster innovative methods of theatre and learning. See how our students have benefited below.

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2019

19th November - The Boy in the Dress

11th November - King John

7th-9th November - Three-day research and development workshop

4th November - Discovering Shakespeare study day

30th October - King John

28th October - A Museum in Baghdad

23rd October - A Museum in Baghdad

5th-6th October - Devising weekend worksop

2nd October - First Encounters with Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice

6th June - Postgraduate study in Shakespeare: an open day in Stratford-upon-Avon

23rd May - Communicating with Impact workshop

20th May - Where's my story? A forum to discuss the effects of representation in theatre on young people's mental health

20th-22nd May - Drama and Theatre Arts extended workshop in Stratford-upon-Avon

17th-18th May - Shakespeare and Creativity MA students performed two new plays at The Other Place.

27th March - As You Like It: performance plus Q and A with members of the company

13th March - Taming of the Shrew

2nd March - Postgraduate study in Shakespeare: an open day in Stratford-upon-Avon

28th February - Designing Shakespeare

27th February - As You Like It

22nd February - Practical workshop with RSC Voice and Text Coach/Practitioner Michael Corbidge

21st-22nd February - Practical workshop with RSC Voice and Text Coach Nia Lynn

18th-22nd February - What is a modern history play?

7th February - Beyond Shakespeare's "Rubicon": Alternative Histories of Character

6th February - Voice workshop led by RSC Voice and Text Coach/Practitioner Michael Corbidge.

31st January - Performance of 'Words, Words, Words.'

24th January - Peter Hall and John Barton: Viewing and Reviewing

23rd January - Tartuffe, followed by Q and A Q&A with Assistant Director and actors

17th January - Q&A with actress Sonia Ritter