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Understanding Health, Wellbeing, the Millennium Development Goals and Health Inequities

Applied Theatre: Performing Health and Wellbeing

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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... It also determined that overall global progress in achieving this MDG was ‘lagging’. Similarly, improving maternal health was also described as ‘lagging’, with low to moderate reductions in maternal mortality overall (only 57 per cent...

1911–25: The Pioneer Players as London’s art theatre

Katharine Cockin

Katharine Cockin is Professor of English at the University of Hull, UK. She has published widely on women’s suffrage literature and on the lives and work of Ellen Terry and her daughter, Edith Craig. She is editor of the eight-volume Collected Letters of Ellen Terry (2010-2017) and author of several books on Edith Craig and women’s suffrage literature, including the first biography of Craig (1998), Women and the Theatre in the Age of Suffrage (2001) and two volumes of women’s suffrage literature (2007) Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Edith Craig and The Theatres of Art

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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... so. In the event, therefore, Charlotte Shaw’s involvement with the Pioneer Players’ management was rather short-lived and seems to have reflected the low priority she placed on active engagement with the organization. She gave...

Introduction

Applied Theatre: Performing Health and Wellbeing

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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... is significant for many countries. However, the crisis rests predominantly in the Global South and low-income countries. Richard Horton, editor of The Lancet, a British medical journal, summarizes the state of the world’s health, based on the findings...

1907–14: The art of women’s suffrage theatre and the ‘fire of Prometheus’

Katharine Cockin

Katharine Cockin is Professor of English at the University of Hull, UK. She has published widely on women’s suffrage literature and on the lives and work of Ellen Terry and her daughter, Edith Craig. She is editor of the eight-volume Collected Letters of Ellen Terry (2010-2017) and author of several books on Edith Craig and women’s suffrage literature, including the first biography of Craig (1998), Women and the Theatre in the Age of Suffrage (2001) and two volumes of women’s suffrage literature (2007) Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Edith Craig and The Theatres of Art

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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... or pioneer in the women’s suffrage newspapers, and in an article an observation is made about her low profile: The enthusiastic master of our pageants, the kindly daughter of our good friend delightful Ellen Terry, the most genial of workers –...

1919–46: The Little Theatre mission: Pilgrims and pageants

Katharine Cockin

Katharine Cockin is Professor of English at the University of Hull, UK. She has published widely on women’s suffrage literature and on the lives and work of Ellen Terry and her daughter, Edith Craig. She is editor of the eight-volume Collected Letters of Ellen Terry (2010-2017) and author of several books on Edith Craig and women’s suffrage literature, including the first biography of Craig (1998), Women and the Theatre in the Age of Suffrage (2001) and two volumes of women’s suffrage literature (2007) Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Edith Craig and The Theatres of Art

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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... the Sunday Entertainments Act (1932). The effect was to restrict performances or screenings in theatres on a Sunday, the day usually made available to the low budget subscription societies, but the timing of this new and devastating legislation...

1869–1902: Her mother’s daughter: The Lyceum’s apprentice

Katharine Cockin

Katharine Cockin is Professor of English at the University of Hull, UK. She has published widely on women’s suffrage literature and on the lives and work of Ellen Terry and her daughter, Edith Craig. She is editor of the eight-volume Collected Letters of Ellen Terry (2010-2017) and author of several books on Edith Craig and women’s suffrage literature, including the first biography of Craig (1998), Women and the Theatre in the Age of Suffrage (2001) and two volumes of women’s suffrage literature (2007) Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Edith Craig and The Theatres of Art

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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... the historically accurate costumes for the procession of thirty characters including Milton’s daughters, Katharine Parr, Elizabeth I and Queen Victoria in the Kendal celebrations to mark the coronation of Edward VII on 9 August 1902 (E.V.6.4 5/5)....