English drama and theatre before Shakespeare – European theatre, folk-drama and procession –
civic ritual and display – religious iconography and theatre – modern productions of medieval plays

29 March 2014: Medieval English Theatre Meeting
at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, on the subject of Audiences.

Medieval English Theatre is an international refereed journal publishing articles on medieval and early Tudor theatre and pageantry in all its aspects, together with articles and records of modern survivals or equivalents. Coverage is not confined to England: all comparative material is welcome. Most issues are illustrated. The subscription for volume 33 is £15 UK, £20.00 overseas. This includes postage and packing. Cheques should be made out to 'Medieval English Theatre' and sent to Mrs Olga Horner (see below); BACS should sent to GB 81 BARC 204761 00628468. Overseas subscribers can at a small extra cost pay through PayPal.


Subscribers to the journal are also put on the mailing list for the annual meeting which is held each year on the last Saturday in March at a different location in Britain. Each meeting has a different theme. We warmly welcome non-subscribers and postgraduate students.

Conference Secretary:

  • Sue Niebrzydowski, School of English, Bangor University, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG:
          e-mail  s.niebrzydowski@bangor.ac.uk

Subscription and sales enquiries should be sent to:

  • Mrs Olga Horner, c/o Medieval English Theatre, English Department, Lancaster University, LANCASTER LA1 4YD, United Kingdom:       e-mail  o.horner@lancaster.ac.uk

ADVANCE NOTICE: From 2014 Medieval English Theatre is becoming an officially constituted society. Members will receive the annual journal as part of the benefits of the subscription. Further information will be posted soon.

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