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"Abraham Lincoln: a play by John Drinkwater"

Re-issue for the informal reading to mark the centenary of the first performance at The Birmingham Repertory Theatre on 19 October 1918. Event held on 19 October 2018 at The Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham. Richard Simkin's copy, who took part in the reading. Event held alongside performances of the "Quilt Song" opera by Suzie Self

Programme for "Quilt Song" opera by Suzie Self

Inspired by the play "Abraham Lincoln" by John Drinkwater. Performed to mark the centenary of the play's first performance on 19 October 1918 at The Birmingham Repertory Theatre. "Quilt Song" performed on 19 and 20 October 2018 at The Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham

Cotswold Centre for History and Heritage Archive

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  • 2017 - 2018

The Cotswold Centre for History and Heritage brings together the work of undergraduate students and staff in History (School of Liberal and Performing Arts) at the University of Gloucestershire. Primarily student-led, the research conducted as part of the Centre aims to uncover and valorise the rich history of the area surrounding the University’s Francis Close Hall Campus by exploring historical change through a local lens.

The Centre has also been established with the intention of creating partnerships between the University, the local community and important local organisations, so that the research benefits local stakeholders as well as students.

Each year the Centre focuses on a number of different themes with the aim of producing public-facing exhibitions. In 2016-2017, staff and students worked on the first project, entitled ‘Cheltenham’s Lower High Street: Past, Present, and Future’, in collaboration with the Cheltenham Civic Society and the Cheltenham West End Partnership. This project explored one of the oldest but most neglected parts of the Regency town, aiming to appraise the area and create a more inclusive history of Cheltenham. The project culminated in an exhibition at the Chapel Arts gallery between 17-30 June 2017 and the production of a short documentary film. Staff contributions to the project were supported by the University of Gloucestershire’s Being Human Research Priority Area.

For more information on the Cotswold Centre for History and Heritage, visit their website https://cc4hh.co.uk/

University of Gloucestershire

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