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Val McDermid at the New Theatre Royal

Crime writer Val McDermid (author of Wire in the Blood) will be appearing at the New Theatre Royal for an evening of discussion on Tuesday 23rd May at 7:30 pm to talk about her latest novel, Out of Bounds.  Val will

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Digital Theatre Plus

Digital Theatre Plus is a useful resource for teachers and students of Performing Arts or English Literature.  It can also be enjoyed by anyone who enjoys dramatic or musical performance. It is mostly a video-based teaching resource for schools and

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Travels with my Aunt at New Theatre Royal

New Theatre Royal presents “Travels with my Aunt”.  New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth is excited to present Travels with my Aunt by Graham Greene from 10-12 October.  Watch four actors take on over 20 characters in a funny and frantic dash around the world

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Digital Theatre Plus

Digital Theatre Plus is a video-based resource comprising recordings of live theatre and opera productions, classical music concerts and ballets from renowned production houses as well as a growing collection of interviews with individuals such as actors, theatre managers and production teams.

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Digital Theatre Plus is available online

Following a successful trial earlier this year we are now subscribing to Digital Theatre Plus which is a database primarily for students and staff of our Performing Arts and Film courses. However I know many other members of staff who

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Creative Arts Book of the Week 16/05/16

This week my book of the week is not focusing on a book; it’s a celebration of one very important writer and how his work has been interpreted over the centuries. Last month the world paid homage to a man

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Screening Shakespeare

The BBC has launched the BBC Shakespeare Archive Resource to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.  Exclusive to universities colleges and schools, this resource offers access to hundreds of BBC TV and radio broadcasts of Shakespeare’s plays, sonnets and documentaries

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Theatre in the park

Welcome to the theatre!  Ravelin Park is hosting The Villagers theatre company performing Shakespeare’s “The Merry Wives Of Windsor”.   Show dates are 1400-1645 on April 10th (officially a rehearsal in front of an audience!), 16th, 17th and 23rd. Photo by upsuportsmouth

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Creative Arts Book of the Week 14/03/16

Gilbert and Sullivan: gender, genre, parody by Carolyn Williams A couple of weeks ago I saw UPDMS perform Ruddygore (or The Witch’s Curse) at the Theatre Royal in Portsmouth.  It was a trip down memory lane for me.  Thirty years

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New Theatre Royal presents…

Games with the Water Horse New Theatre Royal is delighted to present Jon Adams’ latest performance installation piece, Games with the Water Horse, described as “an exploration of consciousness, life story, art forms, and neurodiverse thinking”.  It is on show at

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