Fear in our moment
What can theatre and literature do to comfort, console or galvanise in the face of fears that seem bigger than ourselves?
Dr Will Tosh and a panel of thinkers and writers explore fear in 2020 in this timely conversation. Shakespeare’s fears were not our own, but his society had its own dread of pandemics, political earthquakes and economic recessions. Our panellists including Professor Bridget Escolme (Professor of Theatre and Performance Queen Mary University of London) and Stella Kanu (Executive Director at LIFT) will ask how Shakespeare coped with – and built upon – political and personal dread, and how that translates into our own moment.
ONLINE EVENTS: HOW DO THEY WORK?
This event will be streamed online.
Once you have registered, you will be emailed the day before the premiere with a link to join the stream. This gives you exclusive access to the live stream of the panel discussion on YouTube, the opportunity to submit a question to the panel in advance and use of YouTube’s Live Chat feature during the premiere.
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Following the premiere, the YouTube stream will be made available publicly, without the opportunity to participate in the Live Chat.
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Running time: 60 minutes approximately
Part of Shakespeare and Fear