|Event date||Event time||Event location|
|07/03/2017 - 30/11/2017||9:00 am - 5:00 pm||At home, local libraries, archives or British Library|
An invitation to join Recovering First World War Theatre.
A nationwide community project researching war plays written and performed during the Great War.
Are you interested in the First World War?
Do you like learning about theatrical and cultural history?
Would you like to research long-lost plays?
Are you looking to develop new skills?
If so, then here is a chance to be part of an exciting research project run by Dr Helen Brooks, Gateways co-investigator and theatre historian.
Dr Brooks is looking for members of the public who would like to research theatre during the First World War. You can be based anywhere across the country, or indeed the world, as much of the work will be undertaken using online resources.
The project will examine long-lost war plays written between 1914 and 1918 using libraries, archives and online databases.
The results will be published in a public database and shared at a project festival. The work will take place between March and November 2017 and you can work from home, at local libraries and archives or at the British Library.
Attendance at a training day in March or April is recommended (expenses covered by the project) but an online version will also be available for those who cannot attend in person.
RFWWT is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and Gateways to the First World War. Gateways is one of the AHRC Funded WW1 Engagement Centres formed to facilitate local community groups that explore aspects of WW1.
For more information or to apply to take part in the project please email a completed short application form to Dr Helen Brooks at email@example.com. Queries can also be directed to 01227 764000.Return to events