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  • Banham, Simon (Quarantine Theatre Company, 2004)
    White Trash is a dirty ballet of reality. It was created with and performed by seven young white working-class men from Manchester. They played pool and the audience watched. Out of the banality of their game and their ...
  • Greenhalgh, Jill; Brookes, Michael; Casado, Rosa (Teatro Nomad [Spain], 2004)
    This is the first piece by Nomad Teatro. It asks questions about the phenomenon of migration. The project starts from the social, economic and cultural conflict that affects our daily lives - the movement of people from ...
  • Stafell B 
    Ladd, Eddie (Wales Arts International, 2004)
  • Barker, Martin (Manchester University Press, 2004)
    New Hollywood Violenceis a groundbreaking collection of essays devoted to an interrogation of various aspects, dimensions, and depictions of violence in New Hollywood filmmaking. 'New Hollywood' refers to the return to ...
  • Rantsoen 
    Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Performance Research; Brookes, Michael Jonathan (2004)
    Lighting design for the context-specific theatre event 'Rantsoen' (Quarantine, 2004), developed within the context of Brookes' long-term collaboration with the company. Produced and presented in association with Victoria, ...
  • Butterfly 
    Banham, Simon James (Quarantine, 2004)
  • Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Performance Research; Brookes, Michael Jonathan (2004)
    Lighting design for the context-specific theatre work 'White Trash' (Quarantine, 2004), developed within the context of Brookes' long-term collaboration with the company. Produced and presented with Contact, Manchester, in 2004.
  • Brookes, Michael Jonathan; Pearson, Michael John; Thomas, Ed (2004)
    'Who are you looking at?' was developed in collaboration with Mike Pearson and Welsh playwright Ed Thomas, and presented under the umbrella of Brookes and Pearson's performance collective 'Pearson/Brookes'. Realised over ...
  • Butterfly 
    Performance Research; Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Brookes, Michael Jonathan (Quarantine, 2004)
    Lighting design for the located theatre event 'Butterfly' (Quarantine, 2004), developed within the context of Brookes' long-term collaboration with the company. Commissioned and presented within Tramway, Glasgow, 2004.
  • Creeber, Glen (2004)
    This article will argue that despite gaining praise from around the world for its particular form of 'public service broadcasting,' the British Broadcasting Corporation has proved to be surprisingly poor at reflecting the ...
  • Y Drioleg 
    Ames, Margaret; Lewis, Euros (2004)
    Y Drioleg is a trilogy of contemporary dance theatre performances that explores the social and artistic significance of traditional modes of physical and vocal expression for a minority language community. The work seeks ...
  • Rabey, David Ian (Intellect, 2004-01-01)
    A first volume of plays by a startlingly ambitious and inventive dramatist. The Back of Beyond takes, as its starting point, the route of a sequel to King Lear, in which the surviving Shakespearean characters set out on ...
  • Roms, Heike (2004-11)
    This article discusses Polis, the latest performance in a long line of theatrical investigations by its director Mike Pearson, first with Welsh company Brith Gof, then with Pearson/Brookes, into the relationship between ...
  • Creeber, Glen (British Film Institute, 2004-12)
    Serial Television focuses on contemporary television drama, offering detailed accounts of hugely popular, influential, and groundbreaking shows such as The Sopranos, Queer as Folk, Sex and the City, Twin Peaks, This Life, ...
  • Griffiths, Laura Merris (2005)
    Using a selection of toy commercials that were designed and drawn (as part of a small-scale research study) by a sample of primary school children between the ages of 7 and 11 years, this article aims to demonstrate and ...
  • Barker, Martin; Mathijs, Ernest (2005)
    It is widely recognized that students' vernacular engagements with a subject such as films can interfere with their willingness to make them an object of academic study. This essay reports the findings of a small action ...
  • Research, Centre for Performance (Unknown Publisher, 2005)
    Despite an early emphasis in our work upon the potential for creative interplay between archive and studio, the actual chronicle of CLT and CPR work has been partial and the documentation of process fragmentary. For this ...

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