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Making Performance: Grimm Tales Adapted by Nathan Hall

Date

08 March 2018 - 09 March 2018

Time

7.30pm

Venue

Donald Roy Theatre

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Join a band of travelling players to hear stories of charming princes, wicked villains and daring heroes in this steampunk inspired, immersive adaptation of the Grimm Tales.
 

‘Making Performance’ is a season of theatre work by final-year undergraduate students in Drama and which runs throughout the month of March. The work offered is as broad as it is distinctive and ranges from classical Greek to Shakespearean comedy; children’s fairy-tale to contemporary new writing. Students involved in this work engage in a year-long process in which the full range of theatre production skills acquired during their programmes of study are developed and applied.

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Ticket prices: £5 Adult - £3 Concession 

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