She’s a-live. Northumbria and Live Theatre announce new joint Writer in Residence
Lindsay Rodden is the new joint Writer in Residence at Northumbria and Live Theatre.
Call goes out for next joint Writer in Residence
Northumbria University and Live Theatre have announced a call for applications for the next joint Writer in Residence to work across both organisations from September 2016.
Return of the Flymo for Northumbria University and Live Theatre Writer-in-Residence
Live Theatre and Northumbria University’s joint writer-in-residence Paddy Campbell brings his latest play back to the stage this week after a sell-out run earlier in the year.
What it means to be together
More than 70 students donned pink ponchos for a special performative walk from Northumbria University to Live Theatre to celebrate the strategic partnership between the two organisations.
First Northumbria University and Live Theatre joint Writer in Residence announced
Northumbria University and Live Theatre are delighted to announce its first joint Writer in Residence, which will launch a three-year collaborative programme.
Northumbria graduates ‘rendezvous’ with Live Theatre to honour memory of celebrated writer
A pair of Northumbria graduates will have their work showcased at Live Theatre in an event marking the 10thanniversary of Julia Darling’s death.
REVIEW: Day of the Flymo rehearsals, Live Theatre
Thanks to Northumbria University’s partnership with Live Theatre, MA Social Work students, Lewis O’ Roberts and Alison Hodges were invited to step behind the scenes and join a rehearsal of Day of the Flymo – a new play written by Northumbria University graduate, Paddy Campbell.
Theatre director honoured for taking North East talent to global audiences
The director who brought Lee Hall’s award-winning play, The Pitmen Painters, to the stage was honoured at Northumbria University, Newcastle today.
INTERVIEW: Performance graduate and Wolfblood star, Rachel Teate
Since leaving Northumbria in 2009, Rachel Teate has starred in popular CBBC children’s programmes ‘The Dumping Ground’ and ‘Wolfblood’ as well as working on a number of theatre productions with Live Theatre – one of Northumbria’s key cultural partners.
Northumbria plays a part in Live Theatre
A Northumbria University health expert has contributed to the development of Live Theatre’s 40th anniversary production, Wet House.