Three Warnings: Lot's wife, the Magi warned by an angel, the Prophet and King Jeroboam: typological stained glass (1178-1180),
North Choir Aisle, North Window, Canterbury Cathedral . Photo: Wikimedia Commons.


Saturday 19 March 2016

 

Transnational Drama

 

University of Kent

 

This year the Medieval English Theatre Meeting on Transnational Drama will be hosted by Clare Wright at the University of Kent at Canterbury. Clare's contact details: C.Wright-468@kent.ac.uk

 

 

Programme


On Friday 18 March, the Early English Drama & Performance Network (EED&PN) will be hosting its first Postgraduate and Early Career Symposium. Please contact Tamara Haddad (t.n.haddad@kent.ac.uk) for more details.


Venue

Conference Fee

Registration

Dinners

Hotels and B&Bs

Directions


Venue: The METh Meeting will be held in Keynes College, Lecture Theatre 2.


Conference Fee: The fee will be £35 for members of METh Society, £45 for non-members, and includes lunch. (You can apply to join METh Society here.)


Registration Details: Please register either by

  • on-line registration: to register and pay for the meeting and Saturday evening dinner, please visit the University of Kentís Online Store. Online registration will close on 4th March 2016. Please email Clare if you are registering online and would like to make a brief report on a project or collaboration;
    or
  • by mail: download and fill in the Registration form, and send it with your payment to:
    Dr Clare Wright, School of English, Rutherford College, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NX by 1st March 2016 at the latest.

The first two full time registered postgraduate students to apply will have the registration fee reimbursed by Medieval English Theatre.

Please indicate on registration if you have any special dietary requirements.

For further information please contact Clare Wright (C.Wright-468@kent.ac.uk) phone 01227 826547 (work), or Sue Niebrzydowski at (s.niebrzydowski@bangor.ac.uk) phone 01248 382111 (work).



Dinners: You are invited to join us for dinner on the evenings of Friday 18th and Saturday 19th March (neither included in the conference fee).

Friday evening dinner is organised in conjunction with the Early English Drama and Performance Network Symposium. It will be held at Cafť du Soleil, cost £25-30, and will include the performance of a new play by Mairin OíHagan and Sarah Anson, entitled Marge and Jules.

The Saturday evening meal is at Chapmanís Seafood Bar and Brasserie and will cost £25 for a three-course dinner. More information on menu choices will follow after registration closes.

The Saturday dinner can be paid for in advance via the online store.

If you are paying via the store and would like to join us for dinner on Friday, please contact Tamara Haddad (t.n.haddad@kent.ac.uk) to reserve your place. If you are registering using the registration form, please tick the relevant boxes to join us for either or both of the dinners.



Hotels and B&Bs: Because the conference will be held during term time at the University of Kent, we are unable to offer on-campus accommodation. Below is a list of hotels and B&Bs in Canterbury, given in order of proximity to the university campus.


For other local accommodation:



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