College of Arts, Technology & Innovation
University of East London
Dr Sheila Preston
Head of department S.Preston@uel.ac.uk
Guildford School of Acting
University of Surrey
Director of Research Professor Robert Shaughnessy
Peter M Boenisch | Professor of European Theatre | University of Kent
Head of Drama & Theatre | Director, European Theatre Research Network (ETRN) P.M.Boenisch@kent.ac.uk | Web: http://www.kent.ac.uk/arts/
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Now fully digital – with instant on line access to four decades of reviews
For nearly forty years, Theatre Record has chronicled the British stage through its ongoing cumulation of the reviews of the leading national critics. Published fortnightly, it has established itself as the essential reference for anyone wanting in-depth information on UK productions and their makers, from the West End to the Fringe and beyond to regional theatres all over the country. It is read worldwide and treasured by researchers and students, actors and agents, producers and directors, theatregoers and enthusiasts, not least by the critics themselves.
Having offered a digital subscription for the first time in 2018, the Record will be going fully digital in 2019. This does not mean an end to printed versions – see below – but it does mean that all subscribers will in future be able to enjoy many more features of the new-style journal at no extra cost.
From today, anyone who takes out a subscription for next year will gain entrance, from the moment they join, to the Record’s complete archive – nearly four decades of unabridged national newspaper reviews, cast lists, technical credits and photographs of productions in London and throughout Britain. They will be able to search on line for a favourite production or director and reach the reviews they want in seconds. Subscribers will also have daily access to the Record’s listings of future productions as they are updated, the most comprehensive available anywhere. Where reviews for productions in the listings already exist, these too can be downloaded at a click. The Record’s pattern offortnightly editions will continue, enhanced with more photographs and more reviews. After years of annoyingly slow delivery, the journal can return to giving readers immediate access to complete show reviews justtwo weeks after the opening of the last production in each issue.
How can this be done? By giving readers access to the new-style digital issues the moment they are completed. All they have to do then is push a button to download them in printable page form. By becoming their own printer, subscribers cut out all the delays of postal delivery.
Anyone wanting to subscribe to the new, improved Theatre Record has only to go to the new website, www.theatrerecord.com, and request a trial. On payment of the 2019 subscription, they will have immediate access to the Record’s existing volumes and the daily listings. All subscribers will also be offered a year’s free subscription (worth £25) to doollee.com, the running database of over 190,000 modern plays.
To subscribe to Theatre Record or to request a free evaluation trial please email Julian Oddy firstname.lastname@example.org. We accept payment via PayPal, major credit/debit cards, cheque, and BACS. 2019 prices are per annum and include VAT where applicable.
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