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Vol 10 Editorial Board

Editor in ChiefChris Lawrence Board MembersViv KerridgeAmanda KiplingNicola Toneri Reviews Editor: Chris Lawrence Contact: Referees for this issue Susan DavisCQUniversity, Australia Kathy LundyYork University, California, USA Tiina MooreLa Trobe University, Australia Shelley PiaseckaUniversity of Chester, UK Tim PrentkiUniversity of Winchester, UK Richard SallisUniversity of Melbourne, Australia Persephone SextouNewman University Birmingham, UK Belarie ZatzmanYork University, Toronto, …

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Volume 12 Notes on Authors

Ellen Armstrong is a PhD researcher at Guildford School of Acting, University of Surrey, Guildford.

Volume 12 Editorial

At the time of publishing the last issue of Drama Research in April 2020 (Volume 11.1) the national ‘lockdown’ during the coronavirus epidemic had just begun. Who would have thought that the writing of the editorial in this issue, one year later, would also take place in the context of the continuing ‘lockdown’? Yet it does.


In this YouTube video, Christopher Holman, ND’s Secondary Officer sits down with Paul Sutton from C&T to talk the challenges of teaching Drama in schools remotely. He discusses their flagship product, Prospero, updates, and how it is currently being used throughout the UK to support pupils and teachers.

Mitchell’s Wings

The author of Mitchell’s Wings, Johnny Carrington, whose book was reviewed in the recent issue of Drama magazine, has offered a 10% discount for members on sales of the book.

Philip Taylor: 1959 – 2020

Philip Taylor died on June 19, 2020, aged 60. Passionate about his work, Philip supported his colleagues just as he had been well nourished by his encouraging teachers.

Aine Lark

It is with a heavy and sad heart that I write to inform members, friends, patrons and Drama and Education people that Aine Lark, our ND Chair, has died. Our thoughts and loving condolences are with her husband Al, her family in Belfast and beyond, and her many friends and colleagues.

Supporting a safe return to School in September

With the arrival of a new term comes the familiar mix of Excitement and Last Minute Panics. Perhaps you are trying to remember your school login or where you left your school planner?

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