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    University of Westminster’s ‘Found Theatre and Poetry: Disrupting the Everyday’

    University of Westminster’s ‘Found Theatre and Poetry: Disrupting the Everyday’ By Matthew Morrison, senior lecturer in creative writing at the University of Westminster Matthew Morrison from the University of Westminster reflects on his fantastic event ‘Found Theatre and Poetry: Disrupting the Everyday’ which he organised in partnership with Hannah Bruce and Company, Live Canon. Matthew explains what it meant to […]
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    Being Human ‘lost and found’

    Being Human ‘lost and found’ By Dr Michael Eades, Being Human festival curator The programme is live! Here is a whistle stop tour of what makes the Being Human festival unique. From local to global, from small activities to major hubs, find out what we’ve got planned for this year’s festival between 17-25 November on the theme of ‘lost and […]
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    Case studies If you are planning to propose a Being Human festival activity in 2018 you might find it useful to refer to the case studies below, which offer examples of best practice, as well as tips and hints from organisers from previous festivals. Ladies of quality wikithon Foundling Museum (Open Call pathway) Singing les roastbeef British Academy (Open Call […]
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    This Time It’s Personal: London Hub

    By Natalie Day, Public Engagement Officer at Queen Mary University of London In the first of this year’s blog highlights, Natt takes us through the fantastic series of events happening across London and beyond as part of the ‘This Time It’s Personal’ hub programme organised by Queen Mary University of London and King’s College London. This unique series of events […]
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    2019 organisers and event partners

    Being Human festival led by: School of Advanced Study, University of London In partnership with: Arts and Humanities Research Council The British Academy Participating universities, HEIs and Independent Research Organisations 2019: Anglia Ruskin University | Bangor University | British School at Rome  | Brunel University London | Canterbury Christ Church University | Cardiff University | Central Saint Martins | Edge […]
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    The Secret Lives of Costume

    Come along to ‘The Secret Lives of Costume’ and discover the profound ways in which clothing shapes the experience of our bodies and the world. This sensory walk backstage at the National Theatre invites audiences to pay attention to the senses we can use to engage with theatre costume, to the smell of sweat, the sensation of a corset, the […]