Brian Roberts passes away

It is with great sadness that Department of Theatre and Performance announces the death of Brian Roberts on 25 December 2016. Brian was a former academic colleague who devoted more than 30 years to his work at Goldsmiths, mainly in the Drama Department, but also at times in Education. Over many years his own practice […]

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Guest Post: Alumni on campus

Why I’d like to see more alumni return to campus Since the start of the new academic year, the events staff at the Goldsmiths Students’ Union have been incredibly excited about the prospect of members of the alumni community holding talks or events of their own in the Stretch, our newly refurbished, award-winning space at the […]

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Ones to Watch: Gruff Theatre

We caught up with Gruff Theatre, formed at Goldsmiths by Tom Bostock, Holly Shuttleworth, Alistair Foylan and Phoebe Naughton, who met whilst completing their BA in Drama and Theatre Arts. Now two years after graduation, we find out more about their time at Goldsmiths and what they’re currently working on. Gruff’s methodology is rooted in Michael Chekhov’s technique and principles […]

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After Goldsmiths: Career Stories

Did you graduate in 2009, 2010, 2011 from an undergraduate degree in Psychology, Sociology or Drama/Theatre and Performance? We’d love to hear about what you’ve done since, and you’ll also be entered into a prize draw for an iPad Air when you participate. After Goldsmiths is a pilot project led by the Careers Service in collaboration […]

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Guest Post

The Making of And So Forth I’m currently in rehearsals for Damsel/Wife/Witch, the inaugural show of And So Forth (ASF), a new London-based company I co-founded earlier this year dedicated to interdisciplinary collaboration. Performed by two actors, a singer and a pianist, the show was written by a close partnership of artists: a playwright, a […]

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