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21 February 2018Wyvern Area - Exploring the relationship between the Visual and other Art Forms - Art and the Theatre
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Wyvern Area - Exploring the relationship between the Visual and other Art Forms - Art and the Theatre Giles Ramsay Wednesday 21 February 2018

This study day takes participants on a journey from the Restoration drama of Charles II and the emergence of the first English actresses, through the rise of great actor managers such as David Garrick in the 1700's up to the perfection of the English comedy of manners with Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" in 1895 and will feature aspects of the visual arts as applied to the theatre. Giles Ramsay is an independent theatre director and Course Leader in Theatre at The Victoria and Albert Museum.

Venue The Headley Lecture Theatre, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. (10.30-3.30pm)

Price £32 which includes coffee and sandwich lunch.

Open to both Arts Society members and non-members.

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