Summer and Autumn 2017:
Here are the up-coming seminars, symposia, playreadings and conferences.
- Sept 2: Shakespeare and Nietzsche (Shakespeare at Garrick’s Temple)
- Oct 12: ‘Fictionalising the Renaissance’ with Hermione Eyre, Emma Whipday and Richard O’Brien (KiSSiT WiP)
- Oct 19: Pericles, Prince of Tyre (KiRSe Playreading)
- Oct 26: David Schalkwyk (Queen Mary): ‘Unpacking the heart: Interiority, Theatricality and Love in Hamlet’
- Nov 2: ‘Idols of Nature: Baconian Philosophy and Shakespearean Tragedy’ with Timo Uotinen (KiSSiT WiP)
- Nov 9: The Two Noble Kinsmen (KiRSe Playreading)
- Nov 16: Roy Eriksen (Agder University): “’Sbloud he speakes terribly”: Unpacking Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus (B)
- Nov 17-18: Marlowe and Shakespeare
- Nov 23: John Gillies (Essex University): ‘The Conversational Turn in Shakespeare’
- Nov 30: Sir Thomas More (KiRSe Playreading)
- Dec 7: Peter Smith (Nottingham Trent): ‘What country, friends, is this?’: Tim Supple’s Twelfth Night and the Influence of Trevor Nunn’
- Dec 9: Shakespeare’s Philosophical Turn (KiSSiT one-day conference)
All sessions are free and open to the public. They take place at our usual spot (the Gallery) in the Rose Theatre, Kingston – with the exception of Garrick’s Temple Symposia which also have a nominal attendance fee to support the venue.