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Beyond Shakespeare's Globe
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1629  Tuesday, 27 September 2005

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Date: 		Tuesday, 27 Sep 2005 12:48:28 +0100
Subject: 	Conference Details: 'Beyond Shakespeare's Globe'

Beyond Shakespeare's Globe

People, Place and Plays in the Middlesex suburbs 1400-1700

Saturday 15 October 2005
A conference, organised by Dr Eva Griffith,
the London Metropolitan Archives and
the Centre for Metropolitan History,
with 'Jigs, ballads and drolls' by the Lions part theatre company
in association with Passamezzo
to be held at
London Metropolitan Archives
40 Northampton Road, London EC1R 0HB
and
The Clerkenwell Theatre
26 Exmouth Market, London EC1


Programme
At London Metropolitan Archives
9.30	Registration

10.00	History, theatre history and the Middlesex suburbs
Dr Vanessa Harding (Birkbeck, University of London)
'Disdaining Bondage': the Middlesex suburbs 1400-1700
Professor William Ingram (University of Michigan)
What's Hecuba to Him, or He to Hecuba?'

11.00	Coffee

11.30	Early Middlesex: People, Players and Entertaining Clerkenwell
Dr Jessica Freeman (REED/Royal Holloway, University of London)
'...the parishyners...did meet often tymes...for a merrymente and to 
make good
Cheere togyther...' Fraternities in Middlesex before 1548
Professor Anne Lancashire (University of Toronto)
Multi-Day Performance and the London Clerkenwell Play
John A W Lock
'Madde & Out of hys Wittes' - an actor of the early 16th century

12.50	Sandwich Lunch

14.00	Middlesex and Clerkenwell: Terrain, Evidence, Data
Dr John Schofield (Museum of London)
The myth of the Great Fire and its effect on study of London's suburbs
Gill Newton (Cambridge Group for the History of Population)
Marriage a-la-mode: matrimony and mobility among the inhabitants of 
early modern Clerkenwell
Dr Duncan Salkeld (University College Chichester)
New Allusions to London 'Shewes' and Playhouses, 1575-1604

15.20	Tea

15.50	Citizen Playhouses? Actors and Audiences
Professor John Astington (University of Toronto)
Playing the Man: Acting at the Red Bull and the Fortune
Dr Marta Straznicky (Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario)
Apprentice Literacy and the Red Bull Repertory, 1605-1615
Dr Mark Bayer (American University of Beirut)
The Red Bull and Shakespeare

17.10    Visit to the sites of the Red Bull Theatre and the Revels Office
Buildings

18.30	Buffet supper with a Jacobean flavour at the Clerkenwell Theatre, 26
Exmouth Market, EC1

19.30   'Jigs, Ballads and Drolls' performed by the Lions part theatre 
company
and Passamezzo at the Clerkenwell Theatre

21.00
approx	Conference ends

For further information and for registration details go to
www.history.ac.uk/cmh/globe.html
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