BritGrad 2022 Events
Watch this space for all updates on BritGrad 2022 social events! We look forward to announcing another year of exciting opportunities for all of our conference attendees- both online and in person.
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BritGrad 2022 Special Events
All links to online events will be sent to ticket-holders prior to the conference.
Wednesday, 22nd June:
Welcome Drinks: 7pm BST: IN PERSON
We will be holding our traditional pre-conference welcome drinks at the Black Swan (Dirty Duck) in Stratford-upon-Avon. Come meet your fellow conference-goers and warm up for the week ahead!
Thursday, 23rd June:
RSC Performance- Richard III: 7pm BST: IN PERSON
Reading Early Plays presents: The Knight of the Burning Pestle: 8pm BST: ONLINE
Reading Early Plays (REP) is a group that meets regularly online to explore drama written before the closure of the London theatres in 1642. We are interested in tracing the connections within groups of plays that share particular features, and in following those associations as they develop across time. We might, for example, investigate drama that was performed by the same acting company, that was written by the same dramatist, or that shared some other type of theatrical commonality: we are currently reading through the extant repertories of the Children of Paul's and the Children of the Chapel Royal/Queen's Revels. This week's offering is Beaumont's 'The Knight of the Burning Pestle', which was performed at the Blackfriars playhouse in1607 by the Children of the Queen's Revels, and is a hilarious play with much to say about young actors, the drama of the period, and the actor-audience relationship.
If you are interested in reading a role, please email email@example.com by midnight (BST) on Sunday 19 June.
For those interested in attending without reading a role, the zoom link will be provided in the conference programme emailed to all conference ticket-holders.
Saturday, 25th June:
Closing Remarks for BritGrad 2021: 6pm BST: IN-PERSON AND ONLINE
Join us live from the Shakespeare Institute Grand Hall for some closing remarks from the chairs of BritGrad 2022! We'll look forward to seeing you all again next year!
Saturday, 25th June:
BritGrad Party: 8pm BST: IN-PERSON
This year's celebrations will be held at The Stratford Playhouse (CV37 6LU). In-person ticket holders will enjoy a complimentary beverage and a range of great music, chosen by this year's delegates. It promises to be a night to remember!