Kingston drama enjoys an active research culture, driven by a close-knit, dynamic team of researchers.
The diverse research interests of our academics and students constellate around two themes:
Contemporary performance practices
Popular performance in its historical context
Many of our academics are also performance practitioners – actors, directors, writers - and much of our research has a strong footing in creative practice. A belief in the power of performance as a way of imagining or embodying a more socially equitable world, unites the scholarship of Kingston Drama researchers.
Kingston Shakespeare seminar: Chantal Schutz and Anne-Miller-Balise, ‘Early Modern Inkpots'
6.30pm, Thursday, 30 March 2017
Rose Theatre, 24-26 High Street, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1HL
As part of the Kingston Shakespeare Seminar Series 2017.