Posts about: Performance

Library Subject Support for Arts & Media

26 September 2017
Andy Callen

Andy explains how the subject responsibilities of your Academic Support Librarians will be changing.

I’m leaving! Yes, after nearly 25 years working at the University, I’ll shortly be taking early retirement, my last day being Tuesday 24th October.  

My subject areas (Art & Design, Film & Digital Media) will be split between Maree Green and Joanna Wilson, so from my leaving date Maree will look after:

Art & Design

Performance & English 

Journalism and Politics & Contemporary History 

Salford Languages  

Joanna will have:

Film & Digital Media 

Music & Dance  read more

Digital Theatre +

27 June 2017


Want to view a critically acclaimed  production of The Crucible, see David Tenant play Hamlet, or view any one of over 160 classic and contemporary theatre productions? Take a look at Digital Theatre +

Digital Theatre + is an educational service, providing high quality video of performances, alongside lots of materials to support the study of theatre, including interviews with directors and writers as well as resources on theatre genres and styles.

You can connect to Digital Theatre + via Library Search, both on or off campus. read more

Studying Theatre or Dance? – Check out Alexander Street Video

30 May 2017

Alexander Street Video provides recordings of classic performances, as well as documentary information on all sorts of related topics.  You will find material on the history of theatre, playwrights, actors, directors, choreographers, theatre and dance companies, production staging & design, and performance methods and styles.

To get access, go via Library Search (Sign-in with your University username and password, search for Alexander Street Video and click on the link for online access). read more