‘A Learning Curve: the Impact and Potential of the Relationship between University Theatre and Professional Theatre’, with Rob Brannen, IUTA Conference, Liége, July.
‘Mapping the City in the Plays of Martin Crimp’, Borderlines Symposium, De Montfort University, June.
Paper presentation - ‘There is no there there: the performance of Britain in contemporary British drama’, Contemporary British Theatre: Towards a new cannon, Birmingham City University, October 16 2010, attendance funded by department staff development fund.
Paper presentation - ‘This stage depicts an age bygone: an analysis of space and place in contemporary British drama’, PALA, The University of Genoa, July 2010, attendance funded by department staff development fund.
Co-convener of comedy conference, Playing for Laughs: On Comedy in Performance, De Montfort University: 4th February 2012; 6th February 2010; 7th February 2009, 9th-10th February 2008
Other forms of public presentation
‘Belonging and Belongings in Sam Shepard’s Family Dramas’, public lecture at Curve, Leicester, Tuesday 22 November 2011
‘Outside or In: The Theatre of Sam Shepard’, programme notes for Curve production of Buried Child, October 2011
‘In his place: Reading Friel in Context’, with Simon Featherstone, public lecture at Curve, Leicester, November 2010
Public interview with Josie Long, Cultural Exchanges, De Montfort University, March 2010