Posts tagged: performance

Royal Shakespeare Company productions now available in Salford!

4 January 2018

For those of you who would love to have been in the audience for some of the most exciting RSCs productions of recent years, you’re in luck!

Digital Theatre+ has added 13 RSC performances to the list of productions it offers, including Simon Russell Beale in The Tempest, Paapa Essiedu in Hamlet, Michelle Terry in Love’s Labour’s Lost and Antony Sher in King Lear.

Just log onto Digital Theatre+, and look for the production you want to watch.

A search for RSC Production will provide a full list. read more

Copyright – for musicians, performers, artists, filmmakers, writers…

3 July 2017

Copyrightuser.org logoDo you want to know whether you can “borrow” from someone else’s work for your own performance or artwork? Do you want guidance on how to seek permission to use someone else’s work, or to protect your own?

A great place to start when looking for anything on copyright for the creative industries is COPYRIGHTUSER.ORG.

This online resource provides easy to read, accessible information on copyright law for people engaged in the creative industries. It has sections for musicians, film-makers, performers, writers, visual artists and developers. There is a helpful FAQs section, and the guidance includes videos, as well as links to further resources.  All well worth exploring. 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