Theatre News

13th February 2017
THEATRE graduates of the University of Chichester have been chosen to perform at an international festival held in London. Sprint is Camden People’s Theatre’s (CPT’s) flagship annual festival of adventurous new performance which, for 20 years, has hosted eye-opening new talents in theatre – many...
El Teide, Tenerife. A still from Andrew Wilford’s video-essay
16th December 2016
Dr Andrew Wilford from the University of Chichester’s department of Theatre has guest co-edited a specialist issue of Liminalities online performance journal about terror, travel, and tourism. The open-access issue, including Dr Jonathan Skinner (Life Sciences) and Paul Antick (Photography) of the...
Dr Brian Lobel - photos by Pekka Makinen
4th November 2016
The harsh realities of cancer and often-overlooked experiences of invasive treatment has plagued Dr Brian Lobel since he himself was diagnosed with the illness on his 20th birthday. Now, in a world’s first, the University of Chichester academic is attempting to change the overwhelming perception...
Ms Sophie Ward
18th November 2015
INTERNATIONAL actress and leading advocate of LGBT rights Sophie Ward will be speaking about her rise to fame at the University of Chichester this week. The film and television star, who is best known for her roles in hit BBC dramas Lands Girls and Holby City, as well as long-running ITV series...
Vic Goddard - Honorary Doctorate of Education
21st September 2015
Influential figures from the world of arts, sport, and education are to be recognised for the contributions to their fields with prestigious accolades from the University of Chichester. They will each receive honorary doctorates and have been chosen to join the University’s community as their...
Dr Brian Lobel
27th May 2015
A DISCUSSION about cancer and the space between health and illness has been broadcast live on BBC Radio 4 by a senior lecturer from the University of Chichester. Dr Brian Lobel, from the Department of Theatre (Performing Arts), spoke about what it means to be in the space between good and...
Mark Floyer - PhD in poetry
15th May 2015
A SERIES of bursaries are being offered to students for a chance to undertake a PhD at the University of Chichester. As many as ten studentships, worth £13,000 annually for three years, are available for those aiming to complete a doctorate within one of seven research areas. This includes...
13th October 2014
A show depicting the troubled life of self-confessed drinker and founder of help group Alcoholics Anonymous has been cancelled. My Name is Bill, which was due to performed on Wednesday 15 October, will no longer take place due to the ill health of lead actor Bryan Bounds. The University would like...
24th September 2014
Students from the University of Chichester are among the most satisfied in the UK, according to a new survey. The results published last week for the 2014 National Student Survey - a poll taken each year for the government by Isos Mori - showed that 89 per cent of students from the University were...
Clive Behagg
23rd September 2014
The quality and management of research at the University of Chichester has been recognised by the Privy Council who have conferred the University with Research Degree Awarding Powers (RDAP).  "A University is a place where new ideas are formed and I am delighted that the quality of our research,...

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