Past publications include: The entry 'Theatre Interpreting' by Siobhán Rocks in the Routledge Encyclopedia of Interpreting Studies (2015), edited by Franz Pöchhacker.
'The Theatre Sign Language Interpreter and the Competing Visual Narrative: the translation and interpretation of theatrical texts into British Sign Language' by Siobhán Rocks, in Staging & Performing Translation: Text & Theatre Practice. Edited by Baines, Marinetti & Perteghella.Palgrave Macmillan (2011).
Jan Guest will be interpreting Lily Sykes' radical telling of Jean Genet’s infamous The Maids.
Keeping with the theme of radical, for the first time in HOME history theyve ripped out the seats in the Theatre 1 space and built a brand-new, in-the-round auditorium. You will be able to watch from both on and off the stage in a specially built seating area.
Siobhán's paper 'Sign Language Interpreting, pragmatics and theatre translation' will be published in Routledge Handbook - Translation and Pragmatics and is currently in-press.
Siobhán Rocks's entry on 'Theatre Interpreting' is now available in the Routledge Encyclopedia of Interpreting Studies, edited by Franz Pöchhacker, on the 8th October 2015.
For more details go to the research section.
Sarah Glendenning interpreting 'White' at HOME, Manchester, 10:30 am on Thursday 13th December 2018.
For more details go to the theatre section.