Mon 11th Dec 7pm
’Twas the night before Christmas and all through Bathway Theatre catastrophe was brewing. With actors out of control and directors out of their minds, production on the annual holiday play has been turned upside down. Can the team pull it off? Will it become a Christmas play, or a Christmas catastrophe? The first year Drama students have been making a show about making a show. The students are responding to the questions: What does it mean to ‘use your voice’ in performance? And how does who you are come into play? Expect monologues, duologues, movement pieces, and ensemble work – and perhaps some festive cheer. Synopsis written by Delaney Carlson; image edited by Bailey Self
Frankenstein by Nick Dear
Fri 15th Dec 7pm
Second year BA students perform Frankenstein by Nick Dear Please note this production contains: Partial Nudity, Scene of a sexual nature, Graphic Violence, Loud and Unexpected noises
Writing for Theatre
Wed 13th Dec 7pm
In what ways are we, and the world, wild? Is wildness frenzied, or is it free? Are wild acts unruly, bold, or both? Does nature and 'the wild' reveal something fundamental about what it means to be human? For one evening only, final year Writing for Theatre students will present their original short plays, which span the breadth of time, space, geography and genre to explore what it means to be truly wild; socially, politically and ecologically.