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Tag Archives: theatre studies students

Things we missed in the rush #2

Just before the Easter break in 2014/15, the main theatrical event of our academic year took place. The Practical Essays are the final performance pieces by our third year students and, in years past, we would normally see around twenty performances presented over one weekend.  This year was a little different in a couple of […]

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Table tickets on sale now

‘Go on then, table, speak. You tell us, you were there, you’ve always been there.’ Tickets are now on sale for the Workshop Theatre production of Table by Tanya Ronder. Directed by Scarlett Mulraine-Simkin and Lydia Paulett, Table crosses six generations and features eleven performers, thirty characters and one very special piece of furniture. Crossing oceans and time […]

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Poets’ Corner in Austria – Day 1

  This is blog I wrote about our Fringe play making the leap to Europe. Some of it was written whilst there in one of the many calms within the storm and other parts retrospectively. Leeds to London to Salzburg to Innsbruck Today has been a day of travelling. It started at 2am on a […]

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Poets’ Corner in Austria – Day 2

Bringing the Corner to the ‘Bruck The clouds had shifted this morning and we could see how amazing the scenery around our house is. The novelty of tall mountains with snow on still hasn’t worn off. We had a quick breakfast before working out more Austrian bus routes and travelling to the city for a […]

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Poets’ Corner in Austria – Day 3

Austrian Corner Today was the day of the performances. We had planned to get up early and go on a cable car to the top of a mountain overlooking Innsbruck but it was too misty. The actors slept in whilst the crew went for a budget meeting with Andrew, Hazel and the Austro-British society secretary […]

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Tickets Nearly Sold Out

All the tickets on sale in the union for the trial have now sold out… there may yet be a few avaialble from ‘leedstickets.com’ Hurry. Share on Facebook

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Tickets on Sale in the Union NOW!

Just another reminder that we are going to be in the union 10 – 4 TODAY and FRIDAY selling tickets, so please come along and buy one whilst you still can! Things are selling well online so make sure you don’t miss out… There are just three opportunities to see ‘the trial’ at the Workshop […]

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Tickets for the Trial – On Sale Now

Just to let you know that you’ll be able to buy your tickets for ‘The Trial’ on ‘Leeds Tickets’ http://www.facebook.com/l/f1a75;leedstickets.com from tomorrow morning OR from a table in the union on Thursday and Friday 10 – 4pm. If you buy them direct from us then you won’t have to pay the 50p booking fee but […]

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Third Year

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“A Fire is Burning” PREVIEW: Q&A with the directors of The Crucible (Leeds Student Newspaper)

Miller’s classic, which is being directed by final year Workshop Theatre students Eloise Colin and Laura Nagel, will be performed at Stage@Leeds next Wed-Sat (28th-31st). Would be great to see you there. Below is a preview that will be published this Friday in Leeds Student Arts section. What is the play about? One man’s struggle […]

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The Trial – Theatre Studies Production 09

It’s time to blog ‘The Trial’… As most of you will (hopefully!) have heard, the WT is venturing out into student productions with a production of the trial this year. We are officially two weeks into our rehearsal process, with two weeks remaining… it’s having to be a fairly speedy process… In terms of what’s […]

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the trial in rehearsal

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the view from down here

Written and Directed by Max Dorey Amy Marchant Rebekah Ricketts Nick Coupe Ed Attrill Share on Facebook

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lighting up

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Scatter Collective on their way back the the Workshop Theatre

The Scatter Collective are a new theatre company, with a few faces most of you would recognise. Cara, Becky & Shooee, all recent graduates, have had plenty of success recently with ‘Mapped’ (a review is below) and the good news is that they’re hoping to bring the show to the Workshop Theatre in February 2010. […]

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