Dr Geoff Willcocks

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Dr Geoff Willcocks

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  • Ph.D., University of Reading
  • B.A (Hons), Drama, De Montfort University

Selected outputs:

  • Willcocks, G.I., and Hamilton, C. (2011) Shop Front Theatre: One Year On. Interim report. Available from http://bit.ly/iatXsU
  • Willcocks, G.I. (2010) 'The Cold Facts? Caryl Churchill’s Mad Forest, Truth and the Demise of the Cold War'. In Between Fear and Freedom. Ed. by Starck, K. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press
  • Willcocks, G.I. (2009) 'Mediatised Witnessing and the Reporting of the Balkan Conflict in Recent British Theatre'. In When the World Turned Upside-down: Cultural Representations of Post-1989 Eastern Europe. Ed. by Starck, K. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press
  • Willcocks, G.I. (2008) Lumi. Exhibited Mar 2008 in Bristol, UK
  • Willcocks, G.I. (2008) Lumi Reprise. Exhibited 2008 at The Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry, UK
  • Willcocks, G.I. (2007) 'Europe in Flux: Exploring Revolution and Migration in British Plays of the 1990s'. In A Concise Companion to British and Irish Drama. Ed. by Holdsworth, N., and Luckhurst, M. Oxford: Blackwell Press
  • Willcocks, G.I. (2007) Ethics and the Balkans: Exploring the Portrayal of Journalists and the Media in Recent British Theatre. Internet publication Available from http://www.inplaceofwar.net/
  • Willcocks, G.I. (2006) Lumi. Exhibited Jun 2006 in Coventry, UK
  • Willcocks, G.I. (2006) Lumi Reprise. Exhibited Oct 2006 at Cumbria Institute of the Arts, UK
  • Willcocks, G.I. (2004) Contextualisation for Forced Entertainment’s Bloody Mess. Available from http://www.forcedentertainment.com/page/144/Bloody+Mess
  • Willcocks, G.I., with Bedford Youth Action and Age Concern (1997) Hope and Glory. [Play]
  • Willcocks, G.I. (1996) The Box. [Play] Bedford Health Link and Housing Association
  • Willcocks, G.I. (1993) Willcocks, G.I: Free Fall. [Director]
  • Willcocks, G.I. (1993) Last Laugh. [Play] Australia: Loco Theatre
  • Willcocks, G.I. (1993) Free Fall. [Play] Dog Eats Dog Theatre Company