MARS talk this Wednesday: ‘York City Entertainers’, by Professor Alexandra F. Johnston (REED/Toronto)

This is an invitation to Wednesday’s Medieval and Ancient Research Seminar (MARS), hosted by the University of Sheffield: Professor Alexandra F. Johnston (University of Toronto), ‘York City Entertainers’ When?: Wednesday 11 November 16:15-17:30 (UK time) You can join the talk using this link, which will be in Blackboard Collaborate (no password needed):

‘In Memoriam, David Bevington’, by Alexandra Johnston

REED North-East is saddened to learn of the recent passing of David Bevington, a leading light in early drama studies, based, most recently, at the University of Chicago. The following tribute to the Professor Bevington was written by Alexandra Johnston, founder and Senior Consultant of Records of Early English Drama (shared from a post by […]

Launch of Records of Early English Drama for Berkshire

Today we share the exciting news that REED has launched its new digital edition of The Records of Early English Drama: Berkshire volume, edited by Alexandra F. Johnston. Moreover, the material is now freely available at REED Online, here: REED head office in Toronto adds the following: ‘We are pleased to make available the long-awaited records […]

Now available: a new, detailed index for the York volume

A revised and much more detailed index to York (1979), the first edition published by the Records of Early English Drama series, is now available on the REED Pre-publication Collections website. This index, prepared by York co-editor Magaret Rogerson, will greatly facilitate research on York’s entertainment history, as it corrects errors in the original printed […]

REED Civic London Book Launch

On Monday, 14th September, members of the REED N-E team attended the launch of Anne Lancashire’s monumental, 3-volume set of Records of English Drama: Civic London to 1558.   This gala event took place in the magnificent Skinners’ Hall, on Dowgate Hill in London, and was hosted by Professor John McGavin, Chair of REED’s executive […]