Friday, 3 January 2014

Theatre Translation Forum 2014, London

Just got a reminder about these continuing seminars and workshops on theatre translation which look very interesting:

The UCL Theatre Translation Forum returns in 2014 with five seminars and workshops exploring interdisciplinary themes in drama/theatre translation research and practice. Places limited: early registration recommended.

·         14 January: Workshop of Caroline Bird’s version of The Trojan Women led by Christopher Haydon.
·         28 January: Contemporary Drama seminar with Emma Cole on Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love, Tom Wilks on Wilhelm Genazino, Marta Niccolai on Dario Fo, with David Johnston as guest speaker.
·         11 February: Workshop on Contemporary Drama in translation organized by the Gate Theatre, Notting Hill.
·         4 March: Modernism seminar with Enza De Francisci on Pirandello, Mairéad Hanrahan on Genet, Gareth Wood on Lorca, with Kate Eaton as guest speaker.
·         18 March: Workshop on Kate Eaton’s translations of Piñera led by Gráinne Byrne.

Further details and registration are available on the Theatre Translation Forum website:

The series is funded by the UCL Faculty of Arts & Humanities and run in partnership with the Gate Theatre, Notting Hill. Please contact the convenors, Geraldine Brodie, g.brodie at, and Emma Cole, e.cole.11 at, for additional information.

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