Events in English, Drama and Creative Studies

The Trojan Women

The Trojan Women

Dates
Thursday 23 March (19:30) - Saturday 25 March 2023 (19:30)
Location
George Cadbury Hall
23Mar

Shakespeare Institute Open Afternoon

Dates
Thursday 23 March 2023 (11:00-16:30)
Location
Shakespeare Institute - Mason Croft - Church St - Stratford-upon-Avon - CV37 6HP, Zoom - registration required
Description
Join us at a postgraduate virtual open afternoon for students wishing to study MA and PhD programmes at the University of Birmingham's Shakespeare Institute in Stratford-upon-Avon. In person and online event
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23Mar

Shakespeare, Jazz and the Creative Process

Dates
Thursday 23 March 2023 (15:00-16:00)
Location
The Shakespeare Institute
Description
Shakespeare Institute Thursday seminar Stuart Hampton-Reeves (University of Warwick).
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23Mar

The Trojan Women

Dates
Thursday 23 March (19:30) - Saturday 25 March 2023 (19:30)
Location
George Cadbury Hall
Description
by Euripides. Directed by Jo Gleave.
uob_arts_festival
19Apr

DIY Arts Festival 2023

Dates
Wednesday 19 April 2023 (16:00)
Location
Alan Walters G11
Description
This is the inaugural DIY Arts Festival, celebrating collaboration between film and creative writing students at the University of Birmingham.
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27Apr

Understanding and Resisting Material Inequalities

Dates
Thursday 27 April 2023 (15:00-17:00)
Location
Zoom - registration required
Description
What are material inequalities and how can scholars of material culture contribute to our understanding of them?
john-garth-tolkien
12May

Second Annual Tolkien Lecture

Dates
Friday 12 May 2023 (19:00-20:30)
Location
Bramall Concert Hall
Description
Join us for our Second Annual Tolkien Lecture, delivered by John Garth, renowned Tolkien expert.
what-kind-access-digital-provide
17May

What kind of access does the digital provide?

Dates
Wednesday 17 May 2023 (14:00-16:00)
Location
Zoom
Description
As part of our 2022-23 focus on 'Material Inequalities' the Centre for Material Cultures and Materialities at the University of Birmingham will be hosting a discussion exploring digital access.
noel-coward
15Jun

Noël Coward: Past, Present and Future

Dates
Thursday 15 June (00:00) - Friday 16 June 2023 (00:00)
Location
Edgbaston Park Hotel
Description
An interdisciplinary approach to Coward's influence beyond the realm of the theatre - novelist, short story writer; composer, lyricist, singer; actor, screen writer and director as well as the figure of Coward himself.
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22Jun

Filibusters in Birmingham: a Conference on Wyndham Lewis

Dates
Thursday 22 June (00:00) - Friday 23 June 2023 (00:00)
Location
University of Birmingham
Description
This conference will focus on the doubled and doubling identity announced in the title of Lewis's 1932 work: the filibuster.
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28Jun

The Literary Twilight Zone: Nonfictional Fiction, 1820–1920

Dates
Wednesday 28 June 2023 (00:00)
Location
Muirhead Tower 12th Floor Suite
Description
This one-day academic workshop, hosted by the Nineteenth-Century Centre, brings together scholars interested in fiction's relationships with the creation of knowledge.
EuroSLA32 logo
30Aug

EuroSLA 32

Dates
Wednesday 30 August (00:00) - Saturday 2 September 2023 (00:00)
Location
Aston Webb building, University of Birmingham
Description
The 32nd Conference of the European Second Language Association
si-logo-315
23Mar

Shakespeare, Jazz and the Creative Process

Dates
Thursday 23 March 2023 (15:00-16:00)
Location
The Shakespeare Institute
Description
Shakespeare Institute Thursday seminar Stuart Hampton-Reeves (University of Warwick).
materials
27Apr

Understanding and Resisting Material Inequalities

Dates
Thursday 27 April 2023 (15:00-17:00)
Location
Zoom - registration required
Description
What are material inequalities and how can scholars of material culture contribute to our understanding of them?
john-garth-tolkien
12May

Second Annual Tolkien Lecture

Dates
Friday 12 May 2023 (19:00-20:30)
Location
Bramall Concert Hall
Description
Join us for our Second Annual Tolkien Lecture, delivered by John Garth, renowned Tolkien expert.
what-kind-access-digital-provide
17May

What kind of access does the digital provide?

Dates
Wednesday 17 May 2023 (14:00-16:00)
Location
Zoom
Description
As part of our 2022-23 focus on 'Material Inequalities' the Centre for Material Cultures and Materialities at the University of Birmingham will be hosting a discussion exploring digital access.
noel-coward
15Jun

Noël Coward: Past, Present and Future

Dates
Thursday 15 June (00:00) - Friday 16 June 2023 (00:00)
Location
Edgbaston Park Hotel
Description
An interdisciplinary approach to Coward's influence beyond the realm of the theatre - novelist, short story writer; composer, lyricist, singer; actor, screen writer and director as well as the figure of Coward himself.
literary-twilight-zone-315
28Jun

The Literary Twilight Zone: Nonfictional Fiction, 1820–1920

Dates
Wednesday 28 June 2023 (00:00)
Location
Muirhead Tower 12th Floor Suite
Description
This one-day academic workshop, hosted by the Nineteenth-Century Centre, brings together scholars interested in fiction's relationships with the creation of knowledge.
EuroSLA32 logo
30Aug

EuroSLA 32

Dates
Wednesday 30 August (00:00) - Saturday 2 September 2023 (00:00)
Location
Aston Webb building, University of Birmingham
Description
The 32nd Conference of the European Second Language Association
what-kind-access-digital-provide
17May

What kind of access does the digital provide?

Dates
Wednesday 17 May 2023 (14:00-16:00)
Location
Zoom
Description
As part of our 2022-23 focus on 'Material Inequalities' the Centre for Material Cultures and Materialities at the University of Birmingham will be hosting a discussion exploring digital access.
trojan-square-315
23Mar

The Trojan Women

Dates
Thursday 23 March (19:30) - Saturday 25 March 2023 (19:30)
Location
George Cadbury Hall
Description
by Euripides. Directed by Jo Gleave.
what-kind-access-digital-provide
17May

What kind of access does the digital provide?

Dates
Wednesday 17 May 2023 (14:00-16:00)
Location
Zoom
Description
As part of our 2022-23 focus on 'Material Inequalities' the Centre for Material Cultures and Materialities at the University of Birmingham will be hosting a discussion exploring digital access.