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  1. 27 Jun - 7 Jul 2018

    Am I Fact? or Am I Fiction?

    by Emily Durtnall

    • Festival
    • Free event
    • RADA Bar
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  2. 27 Jun - 7 Jul 2018

    Head to Toe

    by Paul Westcombe

    • Festival
    • Free event
    • RADA Bar
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  3. 27 Jun - 7 Jul 2018

    Pageant on Paper

    by Laura Cordery and Eleanor Field

    • Festival
    • Free event
    • RADA Bar
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  4. 27 - 29 Jun 2018

    Fly Half

    by Gary Lagden

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  5. 27 June 2018

    The Docks

    by Robin Morrissey

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  6. 27 - 28 Jun 2018

    Overheard

    by Christopher Adams

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  7. 27 - 29 Jun 2018

    Billy Mason

    by Tom Edward-Kane

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  8. 28 June 2018

    Genesis II

    by Milli Proust

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  9. 28 Jun - 2 Jul 2018

    2022

    by Colleen Prendergast

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  10. 28 Jun - 4 Jul 2018

    Freight

    by Kate Tiernan

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  11. 29 - 30 Jun 2018

    Thrown

    by Jodi Gray

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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  12. 29 June 2018

    Hawk

    by Company Gabrielle Moleta

    • Festival
    • Gielgud Theatre
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Installations, forum discussions and workshops

As part of the RADA festival we are have a rich programme of installations, forum discussions and talks.

Installations

The Festival will fill the RADA buildings with works including Angela Carter-inspired photography from Emily Durtnall; Pageant on Paper from Eleanor Field and Laura Cordery, a live mural in RADA’s bar inspired by the centenary of the Representation of the People Act; and Head to Toe by Paul Westcombe, a fantastical mural painted up RADA’s white-walled stairwell. Audiences can learn more about the inspiration behind the work in our new ‘Meet the Artist’ session.

Workshops

Innovative theatre-makers Hot Coals Theatre will lead a workshop on creating accessible work; while researcher, lecturer and author of Bikes & Bloomers Kat Jungnickel joins us for Fearless Feminists, a forum shining a spotlight on women’s liberation 100 years after the first women in the UK were given the vote. Researcher, performer and expert on suffrage theatre Dr Naomi Paxton chairs the session, which follows a special Women@RADA playreading of A Pageant of Great Women by Cicely Hamilton.

Further information about booking and dates will be available shortly.