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Registration now open

After a week of deciding between some fascinating and varied proposals, the conference schedule is nearly complete, and will be announced very shortly – but here’s a hint of what you can expect…

The Wire…  Spring Breakers |  Balzac… Beckett | Performance art… Community theatre | Online videogames… Speech acts and language games | Renaissance drama… Victorian education | Stéphane Mallarmé… Leonard Cohen

…and of course, our keynote from Martin Creed.

Playing Games will take place on Friday 24 May 2013 in the Department of English at UCL.

Registration is now open for the conference itself – if you would like to attend (for free) – please send a brief email to playinggamesucl@gmail.com with your name and affiliation, or complete the form below…


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Keynote speaker Martin Creed confirmed

We’re very excited to confirm that Martin Creed (Winner, Turner Prize 2001) will be keynote speaker at the conference on 24 May.

Here’s a great shot of his his Work No. 850 (2008) at Tate Britain


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