Applicants must have a good honours degree (2:1 or above) or equivalent qualification.
Months of entry
January, December, November, October, September, August, July, June, May, April, March, February
Research interests in Drama focus collectively on methodologies of contemporary and professional theatre practice, especially directing, dramaturgy and acting, and modern and contemporary Irish drama, including Northern Irish drama. Applied performance in a post-conflict environment is a consistent area of inquiry within the team. Individual specialisms are indicated below.
Recent staff research projects include: Theatre for Young Audiences; Theatre and the Troubles; violence and the body on the stage; theatre and ethics; theatre and human rights; documentary theatre in Northern Ireland; Irish women dramatists, Irish theatre in Toronto; storytelling; and a practice-based investigation into the performance of monodrama.
Proposals for theatre research in any area will be given careful consideration, recognizing that any good PhD student will eventually become more expert in a specialized field than his/her supervisors.
Applications for practice-based research are especially welcome, as are interdisciplinary projects, and those which seek to exploit the School’s distinctive engagement with creative technologies across contemporary art forms.
The MRes (Arts) is offered in Drama for students wishing to undertake a preparatory year before commencing the doctoral programme.
Proposals for theatre research in any area will be given careful consideration, recognising that any good PhD student will eventually become more expert in a specialised field than his/her supervisors. Applications for practice-based research are especially welcome.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Lisa Fitzpatrick
- +44 (0)28 7167 5105