Research into early acting and theatre production

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The Society for Theatre Research puts on a varied and fascinating lecture programme every year: six or more evening meetings are held monthly in London during the winter for members, their guests, and the general public, at which lectures (given by invited speakers) are followed by discussion and refreshments. All lectures are free and open to the public, and are held at the Art Workers Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1

In May 2005, the John Ramsden Fund of The Society for Theatre Research made an award to Kate Brown to help fund her research into 17th and 18th century acting on the London operatic stage. This has resulted in the Passions Project at the Guildhall in 2006 and a lecture-recital To Act A Passion Well for the Society in December 2009.

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