Paul Heritage hosts seminar at World Economic Forum in Davos

Queen Mary, University of London Professor of Drama and Performance, Paul Heritage has addressed two sessions at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week. Professor Heritage, who is also artistic director of the People‚Äôs Palace Project (PPP), a research centre established in 1997 to explore the ways in which the arts can respond to […]

Steve Tompkins visits Rio

As part of its ongoing POINTS OF CONTACT programme, PPP hosted a visit by Steve Tompkins, one of the world’s leading theatre architects. In a series of meetings with leading actors, designers, architects and cultural policy makers, Steve exchanged ideas about the transformational role of theatre in the contemporary urban environment. What role can theatre […]

Steve Tompkins visits Rio

As part of its ongoing POINTS OF CONTACT programme, PPP hosted a visy Steve Tompkins, one of the world’s leading theatre architects. In a series of meetings with leading actors, designers, architects and cultural policy makers, Steve exchanged ideas about the transformational role of theatre in the contemporary urban environment. What role can theatre buildings […]