Theatre Talks will give you an insight into theatre history, styles of theatre and how to analyse productions with a critical eye.
This course is delivered over a ten-week period with sessions taking place every fortnight, and is aimed at students with an interest in theatre, but who do not necessarily have the desire to be on stage.
A play will be prescribed each fortnight and students will be asked to read this in their own time. A discussion group will then focus on various aspects of the play such as the social context in which the play was written, character development, story arc and staging.
These talks will be led by a highly knowledgeable theatre practitioner who will encourage open discussion and engagement from all present. In addition, there will be a theatre visit to a Dublin theatre during the course.
Term 1 | Oct 2nd – Dec 4th
Term 2 | Jan 15th – Mar 18th
Term 3 | Apr 8th – Jun 10th
Day: Wednesday (every fortnight)
Time: 7 – 9pm