Dithyramb. Issue 8 (January 2000)

1.1 Reference code: 
1865
1.3 Date: 
2000
1.5 Media: 
Newsletter
1.5 Extent and media: 
3.1 Scope and Content: 
4.1 Conditions of Access: 
refer to archivist
4.2 Conditions of Reproduction: 
refer to archivist
5.1 Existence of Originals: 
5.2 Copies in Archive: 
Duplicate in file.
6.1 Archivist's note: 
7.2 Rules and Conventions: 
Associated ancient plays: 

Related productions

Production First performed Venues
Grave Gifts (2000) 2000 Theatre Royal (Bath, Bath and North East Somerset, England), Georgian Theatre Royal (Richmond, Greater London, England), unknown venue (England), unknown venue (Republic of Ireland), unknown venue (Wales)
Bacchae (2000) 2000 Steiner Theatre (London, Greater London, England), College of Ripon & York St John (York, City of York, England), unknown venue (England), unknown venue (Republic of Ireland), unknown venue (Scotland), unknown venue (Wales), Georgian Theatre Royal (Richmond, Greater London, England), Gateways School (Leeds, City and Borough of Leeds, England), Nottingham High School (Nottingham, City of Nottingham, England), Crucible Theatre (Sheffield, City and Borough of Sheffield, England), macRobert (Stirling, Stirling, Scotland), Crawford Arts Centre (St Andrews, Fife, Scotland), Academy Hall, Morrison’s Academy (Crieff, Scotland, Scotland), Lemon Tree (Aberdeen, Aberdeen City, Scotland), St. Anne’s (Windermere, Cumbria, England), Alnwick Playhouse (Alnwick, Northumberland, England), The Met Arts Centre (Bury, Bury, England), Wycombe Swan Town Hall (High Wycombe, County of Buckinghamshire, England), Old Fire Station Theatre (Oxford, County of Oxfordshire, England), Berrill Lecture Theatre (Milton Keynes, Borough of Milton Keynes, England), Komedia (Brighton, County of East Sussex, England), Havant Arts Centre (Havant, Hampshire, England), Theatre Royal (Bath, Bath and North East Somerset, England), Phoenix (Exeter, County of Devon, England), Trinity Theatre (Royal Tunbridge Wells, County of Kent, England), Maltings Arts Theatre (St Albans, County of Hertfordshire, England), Bridge House Theatre (Warwick, County of Warwickshire, England), Manchester Grammar School (Manchester, City and Borough of Manchester, England), Old Palace School (Croydon Grants, Greater London, England), The Castle (Wellingborough, County of Northamptonshire, England), Theatre Royal Margate (Margate, Kent, England), Lakeside Theatre (Colchester, County of Essex, England), Queen Elizabeth's Hospital Theatre (QEH) (Bristol, North Somerset, England), New Theatre Royal (Portsmouth, City of Portsmouth, England), Forest Arts Centre (New Milton, Hampshire, England), Mumford Theatre (Cambridge, County of Cambridgeshire, England), 21 South Street Arts Centre (Reading, Borough of Reading, England), Christ's Hospital Theatre (Horsham, County of West Sussex, England), John Moore Theatre, King’s School (Worcester, County of Worcestershire, England), Merchant Taylors' School for Girls (Crosby, England), Queen’s Hall (Hexham, County of Northumberland, England), Guildhall Theatre (Derby, City of Derby, England), Square Chapel Centre for the Arts (Halifax, Borough of Calderdale, England), Ucheldre Centre (Holyhead, Gwynedd, Wales), St John’s Arts Centre (Lios Tuathail, Munster, Republic of Ireland), Tallaght Civic Theatre (Dublin, Munster, Republic of Ireland), Mullingar Arts Centre (Mullingar, Leinster, Republic of Ireland), Shrewsbury School (Shrewsbury, County of Shropshire, England), Yarm School (Yarm, Stockton-on-Tees, England), The Old Town Hall Theatre (Hemel Hempstead, County of Hertfordshire, England), Cranbrook School (Cranbrook, County of Kent, England), Arts Centre (Bridport, Dorset, England), Little Theatre (Sheringham, Norfolk, England), Downe House School (Newbury, West Berkshire, England), Shaftesbury Arts Centre (Shaftesbury, County of Dorset, England)

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Dithyramb. Issue 8 (January 2000), accessed at http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/ <15 July 2024>