Events

ETA Devised 2020 - Europe in the 21st Century

European Theatre Arts BA (Hons) presents a selection of devised performances in collaboration with Creative Lighting Control BA (Hons), Lighting Design BA (Hons) and Stage & Events Management BA (Hons).

 

Freefall

Director Chris Goode

Venue Barn Theatre

Monday 7 December - 7 pm

Tuesday 8 December - 6 pm and 8.15 pm

Running time: 50 mins

A broadcast will also be going live on Friday, October 18th and can be found by clicking here.

Click to view the full cast and production team. 

 

PLAY [PAUSE]

Directors Munotida Chinyanga and Simone Giustinelli (State of the [art])

Venue Online

Streaming between Friday, December 18th and Tuesday, December 22nd.
Register here to watch the broadcast.

Click to view the full cast and production team. 

 

I Am Europe

Director Michael Walling (Border Crossings)

Venue Online

Thursday 17 December - 4 pm and 8.30 pm

Friday 18 December - 7pm

This link will become public just before 4 pm on Thursday, December 17th

Click to view the full cast and production team. 

Please note that this piece contains references to explicitly sexual and violent content, which some viewers may find challenging.

It also includes rapidly flashing images from 25 minutes to 28 minutes into the running time.

The Yellow Wallpaper

Come creep into delirium (Don’t tell John)

Created a Monster directs and devises with RBC students an adaptation of Charlotte Perkins-Gilman’s seminal feminist masterpiece, The Yellow Wallpaper. A gothic, satirical horror about control, isolation and insanity.

Directors Briony O’Callaghan and Simon Gleave (Created a Monster)

Venue Rose Theatre

Monday 7 December - 8.15pm

Tuesday 8 December - 7 pm

Running time: 70 mins

A performance will be available to view online on the evening of Friday, December 18th. Head to Created a Monster's YouTube to see the performance.

Click to view the full cast and production team

 

Due to Covid-19 capacity restrictions, tickets for the 2020 Autumn Season of Classic Plays will be limited to students and academics only, and unfortunately, we will not be issuing any tickets for general release. We appreciate your support and understanding during these challenging times and look forward to welcoming bigger audiences when it is safe enough to do so.