|Our programme features some of the most contemporary, innovative and challenging theatre and dance performance work in the UK. We support artists pushing the boundaries of their artistic form, whilst engaging new audiences and examining the impact of performance on communities and individuals.|
In the Golden Age of radio drama in the 1930-40s, plays were broadcast live and the studio was a hectic environment. The Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries presents a rare opportunity to witness the re-creation of 1940s radio drama. The audiences in the theatre and listening online will experience a fully live horror show, a gut-wrenching tale of terror wherein the idyll of peacetime Britain conceals some terrifying undead secrets…
Saturday 13 April
EDge’s 11 exceptional dancers perform an electric evening of dance when the company return to Plymouth University this Spring.
This collection of work from leading and up-and-coming dancemakers, performed by some of the artform’s most talented young artists, gives you a fresh opportunity to watch the future of dance today.
Friday 3 May
|Humanities and Performing Arts |
This year’s School of Humanities and Performing Arts Showcase celebrates and profiles student work from across the subject areas of Theatre and Perform- ance, History, English and Creative Writing, Art History, Music and Dance.
For School and College parties a full schedule of workshops across the different disciplines is available to choose from as part of your visit to Plymouth University.
Tuesday 21 – Thursday 23 May
|Theatre & Performance |
The Theatre and Performance Department is pleased to announce this year’s Performance Showcase 2013 at TR2!
Stage 3 Students from our BA Theatre and Performance and BA Dance Theatre degrees are proud to present an evening of highly innovative and contemporary theatre and dance performance work.
Wednesday 22 – Friday 24 May