Wed 13th June, 2018, 6pm to 7:30pm
A talk by Kieran Knowles
Part of Loughborough University Arts Festival
Wed 13 June 2018
6pm – 7.30pm
Leonard Dixon Studio, Martin Hall
Loughborough University, LE11 3TU
Acclaimed writer and actor Kieran Knowles, and graduate of Loughborough, will talk about his career trajectory since leaving Loughborough.
Kieran trained at Loughborough University and LAMDA and completed the Royal Court Young Writers Programme in 2008. He is a co-artistic director of From Ground Up Theatre Company and has recently started a project for unrepresented actors called (RE)PRESENTED. His debut play Operation Crucible was first performed at Finborough Theatre before transferring to the Sheffield Crucible and touring with House. His play 31 Hours will be performed at The Bunker in October 2017. He is currently adapting Operation Crucible for BBC Radio Four and is under commission from Sheffield Crucible.
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Loughborough University Arts Festival
Wed 6 - Fri 15 June 2018
This term sees the launch of a brand new Arts Festival at the University, celebrating the creative arts here on campus. There is a programme of FREE daytime and early evening events, talks and workshops featuring students' work, academics, alumni and invited guests. Speakers include internationally known artist Michael Landy, crime writer Kate Rhodes and Masterchef food critic/writer William Sitwell.