2nd year drama students at the University of Roehampton will be staging a fundraiser on May the 2nd for the Bhopal Medical Appeal. The performance is based on Paul Antick’s experimental essay ‘Bhopal to Bridgehampton: Schema for a Disaster Tourism Event’.
Followed by drinks reception and The Politics of Disaster Representation panel discussion with Jennifer Parker-Starbuck (Project tutor and Chair), Colin Toogood (Bhopal Medical Appeal), Dr. Michelle Lamb (Director, Crucible Centre for Human Rights Research), Jonathan Skinner (ed. ‘Writing the Dark Side of Travel’), Paul Antick (scholar, author, photographer), Francesca Moore (photographer: ‘Bhopal: Facing 30’), and 2nd yr STP Drama students.
May 2nd, 7-7.30pm
Drinks: 7.30-8pm Discussion: 8-9pm
Where: Jubilee Theatre, Digby Stuart College, University of Roehampton Free tickets: eventbrite.com/e/bhopal-to-bridgehampton-fundraising-evening-tickets-11154690981 More information: facebook.com/STPBhopal; @STPBhopal; bhopal.org/