Wuthering Heights: A Radio Adaptation

17 October 2013

Lucy Gough's adaption of Wuthering Heights for Radio 4 is featured in the latest issue of the Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance

Conference: Approaches to Rural Sustainability and Regeneration

22 August 2013

An interdisciplinary conference that explores the gaps between social, cultural and legislative processes in shaping rural space. At fforest, Cilgerran, Ceredigion, on 5th October 2013.

TFTS Design chosen to represent best world Scenographic Practice

05 August 2013

Simon Banham and Mike Brookes' design for the National Theatre Wales production Coriolan/us directed by Mike Pearson has been chosen as one of only 100 exhibits to represent the best scenographic practice from around the world.

A Voice and Something Else

05 August 2013

A unique practice-based postgraduate-led scholar/artist platform investigating what might be in the voice beyond words.  Aberystwyth University, 24th – 26th January 2014

Hactivating the archive

31 July 2013

The Creative Exchange Wales Network has awarded funding to support research between Dr Louise Ritchie (Theatre, Film and Television Studies) Torunn Kjolberg (University of South Wales) and the National Library of Wales.


26 July 2013

There will be an AHRC Global Cult Cinema in the Age of Convergence Network Conference Aberystwyth University, UK, Tuesday 15th – Wednesday 16th April 2014.  Keynote speaker: Professor Barbara Klinger, Indiana University, USA

Joint Research Seminar: ‘Language in Minority/ised Language Media’

10 July 2013

Joint Research Seminar: ‘Language in Minority/ised Language Media - 10-11 July 2013

Call for Papers: 'Newspapers, War and Society'

11 July 2013

29 April-1 May 2014 at Gregynog Hall, Powys

AHRC Doctoral Scholarship with National Museum Wales

03 June 2013

The AHRC has awarded the Department a studentship in collaboration with Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales. The scholarship will allow a doctoral student to work on an exciting exhibition project on the 1960s performance avant-garde.

Alex Jones conferred a Fellow of Aberystwyth University

03 May 2013

The One Show presenter, Alex Jones returned to Aberystwyth University on Saturday 27 April 2013 to be confirmed as a Fellow of Aberystwyth University.

Making sense of sustainability

11 April 2013

Making sense of sustainability by promoting environmental futures dialogue: an arts and social sciences collaboration.

Funded Higher Education qualification available for those employed in theatre industry

28 March 2013

Aberystwyth University is offering individuals in the theatre industry the chance of gaining a free Higher Education qualification through the Work Based Learning Programme (WBL) funded by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.

Researching film audiences world-wide

25 March 2013

Aberystwyth researchers are preparing for a massive study in 2014, across more than 40 countries in all continents, of audience responses to the films of The Hobbit

PhD studentship in celebration of 40 years of Theatre Film and Television Studies at Aberystwyth University

07 March 2013

Aberystwyth University’s Alumni are supporting a PhD studentship through the Annual Fund in celebration of the Department’s 40th anniversary in 2013 on the topic of:  Wales, Culture and Commercial Television: the relationship between a new technology and cultural life in Wales in the 1950s and 60s

Honorary TFTS Professor, Howard Barker, featured in STP

10 January 2013

Departmental Honorary Professor and director-dramatist Howard Barker is featured in the latest issue of Studies in Theatre and Performance. The volume features contributions by three teachers ( and several students) currently or formerly within the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies.

PhD scholarships for 2013-14 start

15 January 2013

TFTS is delighted to announce a number of PhD scholarships for entry in 2012-13. Deadline for application: 1 March 2013

The Theatre of Jez Butterworth

13 February 2013

David Ian Rabey contracted by Methuen to write first critical study of acclaimed dramatist.

AHRC Grant Success

10 December 2012

Dr Carl Lavery has been successful in three recent applications to the AHRC.