The Boar’s Head: discover very heady, very not boring new discoveries at an early modern playhouse

Lecture - The Boar’s Head Playhouse delivered by Senior Archaeologist Heather Knight What: A 1 hour lecture (followed by wine and cake) by Senior Archaeologist Heather Knight, who led the recent excavation at the Boar’s Head, about the playhouse’s raucous history of comedy and performance, and what new information has been revealed about its structure and … Continue reading The Boar’s Head: discover very heady, very not boring new discoveries at an early modern playhouse

Engendering the Stage: post-doc and PhD opportunities

October ’19: Announcing “Engendering the stage: the records of early modern performance” — a new archival research project led by Clare McManus and Lucy Munro, with opportunities for a post-doctoral research fellow and scholarships for two PhD students (details below). This January 2020, with funding from the Leverhulme Trust, a research team led by Professor Clare McManus … Continue reading Engendering the Stage: post-doc and PhD opportunities