• The Irish and the City: the Centre hosted the annual Irish Society for Theatre Research’s international conference, co-organised by Aoife Monks and Fintan Walsh.
  • Beyond Glorious: the Radical in Engaged Practices: with funding from BIH and UEL, the Centre hosted this four-day international symposium on socially engaged performance practices, co-organised by Louise Owen in collaboration with Centre Fellow Rajni Shah and her company Rajni Shah Projects.
  • Patronage: a closed symposium exploring histories and practices of patronage, attended by over forty representatives of cultural institutions, government agencies, universities and freelance artists.  Organised by Aoife Monks.
  • DEFRAG_ : a performance presented by Centre Fellow Tom Lyall, exploring artificial intelligence.  Part of Arts Week 2013.
  • Theatre Conversation: To Pay or Not To Pay?: Theatre Conversation on no and low pay in the theatre, with a panel including Anthony Biggs (artistic director of Jermyn Street Theatre) and Paul Fleming (Equity).  Part of Arts Week 2013.
  • Theatre Scratch Night, an evening of new work by theatre and creative writing students from BA to PhD.  Part of Arts Week 2013.
  • Handel’s Cross: presentation of Theatre North’s production following its world premiere at the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival in May 2013, directed by Andrew McKinnon. Part of Arts Week 2013.
  • An Evening with the Good Doctor: a rehearsed reading of Colin Teevan’s reworking of Christopher Marlowe’s Dr Faustus, performed by members of the company including renowned actor Siobhan Redmond MBE.  Part of Arts Week 2013.
  • From Screen to Stage: Adapting Film Texts for the Theatre: a screening, workshop and panel discussion with playwrights Jack Thorne and David Eldridge, and director Tim Stark.  Organised by David Eldridge and chaired by Louise Owen, in collaboration with the Birkbeck Institute of the Moving Image.  Part of Arts Week 2013.
  • Actors: The Employment Landscape: With HEIF funding, the Centre jointly organised a national symposium on the employability of conservatoire trained actors with the national body that oversees actor training, Drama UK.