James Martin Charlton is a dramatist, director and filmmaker.
Doctoral students welcome in areas of stage and screen drama wriiting, dramaturgy, LGB subject matter on stage and screen, theatre and cinema of extremes.
Film and Television
Kenworth, James and Charlton, James Martin (2016) A Splotch of Red: Keir Hardie in West Ham. [Performance]
Gibb, Lorna and Charlton, James Martin (2014) Folk Song Stories as Structural Paradigms. In: NAWE Conference 2014, 14-16 Nov 2014, Bristol, UK.
Charlton, James Martin (2014) If a thing’s worth doing, it’s worth doing on public television – Joe Orton’s plays on television. In: Theatre and Television: Adaptation, Production, Performance, 19-20 Feb 2015, Alexandra Palace.
Charlton, James Martin (2013) Battis boy. [Performance]
Charlton, James Martin and Moar, Magnus (2015) A desire for immersion: the panorama to the Oculus Rift. In: 24th International Panorama Conference 2015, 9-12 Sep 2015, Namur, Belgium.
Revolution Farm and A Splotch of Red: Keir Hardie in West Ham funded by Royal Docks Trust, 2014 and 2016 (also schools workshops for both plays).