Paul Allain specialises in actor training, Eastern and East European/Russian Theatre forms including the work of Gardzienice, Grotowski and Andrei Droznin.
History of Art
Arts Admin Team success at first University Administration Awards
Administrative excellence across the University has been recognised with the presentation of the first awards for outstanding work. The School of Arts Admin team were jointly awarded this recognition prize with Kent Business School’s Postgraduate Admissions Team. The Administration Excellence Awards were launched this year to recognise and reward outstanding individual or team working within Faculty and School adminis...
30 June 2015
Celebrating a Green Impact
Original news item, here The Green Impact programme celebrated its sixth anniversary at a ceremony in April attended by over 70 students and staff who have made a positive shift towards environmentally responsible behaviour in the workplace. This year, there were 31 Green Impact teams, reaching over 850 staff and completing almost 1,500 actions. Twenty six students were also trained to help teams with their greening activities as either Green Impact project assistants or auditors. ...
18 June 2015
Kantorbury Symposium: 18th and 19th September
TADEUSZ KANTOR 100 YEARS 'KANTORBURY, KANTORBURY' A WORKSHOP + SYMPOSIUM IN CANTERBURY at the UNIVERSITY OF KENT WORKSHOP 15-18th September SYMPOSIUM 18-19th September 2015 The European Theatre Research Network (ETRN) at the University of Kent in Canterbury is planning a day and a half symposium for academics and the public on the life and work of Polish theatre director and visual artist Tadeusz Kantor to celebrate 100 years since his birth. ETR...
12 June 2015
PaperPlanes Theatre Company appointed as our new Graduate Theatre Company
We are very pleased to announce that our new Graduate Theatre Company is PaperPlanes. Formed by Drama students and graduates Nick Luxton, Naomi Hutchinson, Bethany Taylor and Henry Halsall, PaperPlanes is a Canterbury based Children’s Theatre Company who create contemporary, engaging and participatory theatre for all young people. PaperPlanes officially begin their residency in the School of Arts in Septembe...
5 June 2015
Top Ten success for the School of Arts in Guardian League Tables 2016
The School of Arts’ subjects have once again been ranked in the top ten in The Guardian League Table for 2016. Film is ranked 3rd in the UK and Drama stays the same as last year at 10th. Up two places from 2015, History of Art is now ranked 6th in the UK. These rankings are a credit to all who work to make our programmes so successful – staff and students alike – well done to all. The University ...
26 May 2015