Here is a provisional programme for the Spring term. Sessions will be updated as soon as possible.
- 25 January: Edward Paleit (City University): Tamburlaine’s Succession
- 1 February: KiRSe: Edward III playreading
- 8 February: KiSSiT: Ildiko Solti (Kingston): “The lever of form” – performance and philosophy in Shakespeare’s Hamlet
- 15 February: Claudia Olk (Freie Universität Berlin): ‘Winter without Journey’: Still lives in Shakespeare and Beckett
- 22 February: KiRSe: Double Falsehood playreading
- 1 March: [KiSSiT]
- 8 March: Richard Burt (University of Florida): OutBurts
- 10 March: KiSS Conference: ‘Infinite Jest: Shakespearean Afterlives’
- 15 March: KiRSe: Arden of Faversham playreading
- Monday 19 March: Yanis Varoufakis: Shake the Superflux (Rose Theatre Shakespeare Lecture)
- 22 March: KiSSiT: Sam Hall (Kingston): Utopia, Determinate Negation: Shakespeare, Cave, Mann and Simone
- 24 March: Global Shakespeare / KiSS Colloquium: Richard II
- 7 April: Shakespeare and Lacan (Shakespeare at the Temple)
- 21 April: BSA / KiSS Colloquium: Much Ado About Nothing
All events take place at the Rose Theatre, 24-26 High Street, Kingston-upon-Thames. Seminars commence at 18.00 and conferences at 10.00. Check back for updates!
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.