The Department of Theatre Film and Television Studies presents Finals Festival, an exciting programme of original performances and short films by Drama and Theatre students at Aberystwyth University, presented through Facebook, Instagram Live and YouTube.

To keep up to date with the festival, follow the social media accounts:
Finals Festival Facebook
Finals Festival Twitter
Finals Festival Instagram

Schedule

Tuesday 19th May 2020

09:00-12:30 - The First Days by Rhian Williams. Live Phone Calls. [Part 1]
‘A one to one phone conversation to explore human interaction. How to connect and breathe without fear.’

13:30-13:50 - To Be Heard by Jessica Curtin. Pre-recorded YouTube video
'Life as a coda; my voice fell on deaf ears'. I invite you into my home to share my experience of life as the only hearing person in a family of deaf people. Watch how I balance life as a personal interpreter for my family, whilst trying to pursue the career I have always dreamed about. Starring and written by Jessica Curtin, a Child of Deaf Adults (CODA).

14:30-14:50 - We See U by Daniel Davis. Instagram Live (@we.see.u)
‘There’s no such thing as privacy. Not when we’re all so desperate for connection.’

15:30-15:50 - When The World Is At Its Brightest by Jody Notley. Facebook (finalsfestaber)
‘The spotlight’s on you, but what’s left of the show? A life on the line with nowhere to go. Break the illusion...’

18:00-18:20 - You Are Here by Hannah Evans. Audio/YouTube video
*‘Take a moment with me, to escape your reality’

19:00-19:30 - 100 Things No One Told You About Growing Up by Anna Delahay, Hannah Farrell and Jake Kenyon-Evans.
‘The party you wish you’d have known about.’

20:00-22:00 - The First Days by Rhian Williams. Live Phone Calls. [Part 2]
‘A one to one phone conversation to explore human interaction. How to connect and breathe without fear.’

Wednesday, 20th May 2020

11:00-11:20 - Come Cymraeg With Me by Aaron Bollingham. Instagram Live (@comecymraeg)
‘A nation of love and sorrow through the medium of food’

13:30-13:50 - To Be Heard by Jessica Curtin. Pre-recorded YouTube video
'Life as a coda; my voice fell on deaf ears'. I invite you into my home to share my experience of life as the only hearing person in a family of deaf people. Watch how I balance life as a personal interpreter for my family, whilst trying to pursue the career I have always dreamed about. Starring and written by Jessica Curtin, a Child of Deaf Adults (CODA).

14:30-14:50 - Persephone’s Love Island by Caris FitzPatrick. Facebook (finalsfestaber)
‘In a world dominated by her mother, will she ever find love?’

15:30-15:50 - When The World Is At Its Brightest by Jody Notley. Facebook (finalsfestaber)
‘The spotlight’s on you, but what’s left of the show? A life on the line with nowhere to go. Break the illusion...’

16:30-16:50 - Blue Lips by Eetu Merisaari. Facebook Live (finalsfestaber).
‘Stories from the house where it happened’

18:00-18:20 - Behind The Scenes Of Phoebe by Laura Waterhouse.

19:00-19:20 - All Dressed Up by Ronan Linton. Facebook Live (finalsfestaber)
‘The Living Room has never seen such GLAMOUR!’

  • Aberystwyth University
  • Arts Council of Wales
  • Welsh Government
  • National Lottery
  • Ceredigion County Coucil

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