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Last week, AUB’s community of staff, students and academics joined together in celebration of the inaugural AUBRIETA Teaching Awards.
In January 2018, 2nd year students from BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design, BA (Hons) Acting and BA (Hons) Creative Events Management all took part in a 10-hour residency exploring Outdoor Performance in the Landscape.
Led by Lorna Rees, Artistic Director of Goobledegook Theatre, and Heidi Steller, scenographer and print maker, the project encouraged student collaboration and their engagement with the landscape around them.
Jonny Hoskins, Senior Lecturer for the BA (Hons) Acting course, worked as Movement Director for Croatian stage production, A Je To!, a co-production between Nu:Write Theatre Festival Zagreb and Trešnja.
SEASON FINALE AT TREŠNJA CITY THEATER
Nebras Jamali, BA (Hons) Acting alumnus graduated last June and is already starring in new TV Show, Looming Tower, released this month.
We caught up with Nebras to find out what he’s been up to since graduating, and to hear his advice for the next generation of actors.
The Children’s Hour by Lillian Hellman
Where: The Lighthouse Poole
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
The Lighthouse Poole
Based on Eva O’Connor’s award-winning play, Overshadowed aired on BBC1 this month and tells the story of a young Irish vlogger called Imogene whose life spirals out of control.
Caitlin Innes Edwardes graduated from BA (Hons) Acting in 2010.
Since graduating Caitlin has played a number of roles in TV, starring in Casualty, Doctors, and a role in the movie Mad to be Normal.
BA (Hons) Acting graduates Elliot Warren, Olivia Brady and Alex Babalola have won a Fringe First Award for their production, Flesh and Bone, at this years Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The Sea is a haunting yarn set in the wilds of the Western Isles. Beautiful music, grotesque puppetry, mask theatre, poetic verse and evocative soundscapes interact to create an eerie lament of love, brutality and loss.
Emerald Ant is thrilled to announce an award of £29,900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Over the next two years, schools in Dorset, Devon, Kent, Sussex and London will enjoy outdoor performances thanks to the Iguanodon Restaurant.
Students will work with participants with early-stage dementia, as well as their families and carers. The workshops are part of the course’s Applied Theatre Project, which encourages students to collaborate with specific target groups outside of the course.