Charlotte from Creation Theatre did a podcast take-over with Phillip Marshall from The London Library.Details
Creation Thrift Shop rummage in the costume and prop store with Charlotte Mooney and Emily Walsh from the Creation Team. The Creation Thrift Shop is 16&17th of March 11am – 3pm. See you all there!
In 2016 Creation Theatre took a leap into the unknown taking a Shakespeare play, pulling it apart and putting it back together as an interactive, gamified, adventure experience. The audience discovered the story across 13 non theatrical locations. 3,200 people met characters in disguise, broke into cafes, spied on fairies and experienced Shakespeare in the…Details
Asking ‘what do you see?’ allows objects to speak for themselves. Jim Harris is a big fan of looking. Really looking. As a teaching curator of the Ashmolean Museum, he says that undergraduates are always keen to show him how much they know. ‘In Oxford, that’s almost inevitable, because students … are here because they…Details
Following our opening at the London Library, on Friday 8th February Terri Paddock from MyTheatreMates chaired a very special Post-Show Q&A with Dracula Adaptor Kate Kerrow, Director Helen Tennison, Creation Chief Executive Lucy Askew, and Dracula cast members Sophie Greenham and Bart Lambert. For those of you that weren’t lucky enough to be there on…Details
Notes written by Bram Stoker from when he researched his famous novel Dracula have been discovered in books at a central London library. The London Library in St James’s Square is using the author’s words to stage a play. Source – BBC News bbc.com/news bbc.co.uk – © copyright  BBC Photo Credit – Richard BuddDetails
Guest blog post from The London Library – Philip Spedding, Philip Marshall, Professor Nick Groom. The London Library today unveiled a fascinating discovery that sheds new light on how Dracula was researched and written. We’ve found 26 books that are almost certainly the original copies that Bram Stoker used to help research his enduring classic. Philip Spedding, the Library’s Development…Details