Apple ‘n’ Spice Work in Progress 21st September 2018

Currently rehearsing in the Judith E Wilson Drama Studio, Sanskruti Dance are preparing for performances in London (Little Angel Theatre), Colchester and Cambridgeshire libraries. Sharing their work in progress, they wish to introduce you to Indian storytelling with Apple ‘n’ Spice – an original interactive multi-cultural dance performance. This charming new fairy-tale tells the story […]

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Commedia dell’Arte Acting Workshop (20 September 2018)

The first day of the conference (Thursday 20th September 2018) will conclude with a two-hour Commedia dell’Arte acting workshop to be held in the Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio in the Faculty of English on the Sidgwick Site of the University of Cambridge (9 West Road, CB3 9DP). One of our keynote speakers, Professor Richard Andrews (University of […]

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Work-in-Progress Performance (2 August 2018)

Work-in-progress Performance 6-7pm Thursday 2nd August, 2018 Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio Faculty of English, West Road, Cambridge   Free to attend We welcome anyone with an interest in music and dance to join us for a work-in-progress performance collaboration by Kae Ishimoto, Soosan Lolavar, and Rosa van Hensbergen. The performance explores threads, connections, and […]

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Shakespeare & Me (13th July 2018)

 Shakespeare and Me  Friday 13th July 2018 @ 8pm Judith E Wilson Drama Studio Making Good Theatre (2018) questions Shakespeare’s portrayal of female characters. This is a final rehearsal session prior to performances at the Elsinore Shakespeare Festival later this month. Free entrance Final Performance on 27th & 28th July at Shakespeare Festival, Elsinore, Denmark […]

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Maklena ( 6 – 7 July 2018 Cambridge)

Over the last couple of weeks a number of ex-students have been rehearsing in the Judith E Wilson Drama Studio for a production of Maklena, a play that will have its English language premiere next week at the Cambridge Junction. Night Train Theatre Company presents Maklena, a timely and trenchant Ukrainian classic, re-imagined with puppetry, […]

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Polyphonic Poetry Festival – 15-16 June 2018

FRIDAY 15 JUNE @ KETTLES YARD 6pm-9pm   SAT 16TH JUNE @ JUDITH E. WILSON DRAMA STUDIO – FACULTY OF ENGLISH 12pm-12am Friday Events £5* Purchase tickets through Kettle’s Yard: http://www.kettlesyard.co.uk/ *Free Tickets for Cambridge Students are available. Please email us at CamPolyphonic@gmail.com to arrange Saturday Events Free       FRIDAY SCHEDULE @ KETTLE’S YARD (Part of […]

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Polyphonic Poetry (16 May 2018)

Polyphonic Poetry: Tim Atkins, Cole Swenson, Ariana Reines 16 May 2018, 7:30pm – 10:00pm Venue: Judith E Wilson Drama Studio Curated by Lee Ann Brown, Judith E Wilson Poetry Fellow Tim Atkins – Bio: Some Books: 25 Sonnets (The Figures), Horace (O Books), Koto Y Yo, and Petrarch Collected Atkins (Crater Press), 1000 Sonnets (ifpthenq) […]

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Polyphonic Poetry (21 Feb 2018)

Come hear these stellar poets perform at the Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio at Cambridge University, Faculty of English, 9 West Road, Cambridge, UK! KATY BOHINC is a poet and data scientist; an avant-garde publisher and a professional marketer; an activist, an astrologer and an innovator. She has three books of poetry: TRINITY STAR TRINITY […]

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Artists as Activists – Seminar & Recital (17 Nov 2017)

Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio, Faculty of English 9 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP Malik Al Nasir, British Guyanese poet & activist (protégé of Gil Scott-Heron)   British Guyanese poet and spoken word artist ‘Malik Al Nasir’ (Malik & The O.G’s) discusses how colonialism and slavery destroys identity and disrupts the historical transition of cultural […]

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Cambridge Literary Review: Readings for Launch of Issue 10 (2 Oct 2017)

Launch of Cambridge Literary Review Issue 10 Readings from contributing writers and friends. Please come and join us for an evening celebrating experimental poetry and prose. Dr Laura Kilbride, Dr Rosie Snajdr and Dr Lydia Wilson (Co-Editors of Cambridge Literary Review) and readers including Dr Drew Milne and Dr Alex Houen (contributers to issue 10).

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