Rostrac/o University of Wales Bangor Student Union
|contact person||Rhiannon Dickinson|
|artistic policy||Rostra is Bangor University's oldest and most prolific acting society. Having been active throughout the late 70s and 80s, it was reformed in the late 1990s in order to produce different, thought provoking theatre. Its members come from all disciplines from within the university, and non students are welcome as members too.
Our aims are to produce well known plays alongside self written pieces, and our writers group is bringing on the writing talent of the future. Recent productions were Rhinocerous (Ionescu), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Fo) and Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare)
policy To perform, to entertain... and most of all to have fun whilst doing so!
future plans / productions:
27th - 29th September 2006, John Phillips Hall, Bangor. The Alan Shakespeare Trilogy (a self written play produced by our Writers Group bring to the public the hitherto undiscovered plays of William's younger and perhaps less talented younger brother)
Macbeth - November 2006. A production of Shakespeare's most excellent tragedy of greed. What would you do for love?
|other notes||Their productions are of consistently high quality, and
their productions of recent months include Ionescu's Rhinocerous and Fo's Accidental Death of An Anarchist.