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Category: drama

Helen Rawlings reviews ‘Don Quixote’ at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon Avon

English Literature undergraduate Helen Rawlings, a seasoned theatre critic, reports on a special RSC production at Stratford -upon Avon. Having never been to the Swan Theatre and not knowing anything about Don Quixote I wasn’t sure what to […]

  drama 20 April 2016  

Student discount for two special shows at Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre until 31 October

Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre is offering discount tickets for two great productions this October. You can see Brave New World and A Winter’s Tale for only £10 per ticket. Check your University email for details and the special booking code you’ll […]

  Aldous Huxley 23 October 2015  

Three great names in theatre

    Regular readers of this blog know that we love Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre.  Designed by the Victorian architect Frank Matcham, the Everyman has been at the centre of the town’s cultural life since 1891. Each autumn, we take […]

  drama 8 July 2014  

A new publication and a new direction in cross-disciplinary research

    Bloomsbury Influences: Papers from the Bloomsbury Adaptations Conference, Bath Spa University, 5-6 May 2011   Professor Shelley Saguaro and Lucy Tyler have contributed to this new collection of essays, edited by E. H Wright. In this […]

  drama 19 March 2014  

All the world’s a stage

Cheltenham is a great town for lovers of the dramatic arts. The School of Humanities has long-standing partnerships with local theatres. Dr Rebecca Bailey, Senior Lecture in English Literature, and her students have been very busy lately on […]

  Cheltenham culture 6 November 2012