Pip Barnes Photograph Steve Geliot

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Education and Training

BA English University of Nottingham

I studied at Nottingham from 1972 -1975, where I was taught by, among others, the Shakespearean scholar Nigel Alexander and the poet and critic Tom Paulin.

Diploma in Acting Central School of Speech and Drama

I trained at Central from 1977 - 1980, when George Hall was Head of the Acting Course.

  • Voice
    • Jane Cowell
    • Bardy Thomas
    • Geraldine Alford
  • Movement
    • George Hall
    • Barbara Caister
  • Tumbling and Stage Fighting
    • BH Barry
  • Dance
    • Karen Rabinowitz
  • Fencing
    • Bill Hobbs
  • Dialects
    • Julia Wilson-Dickson
    • Joan Washington
  • Make-up
    • Roberta Taylor
  • Text work/Improvisation/Performance
    • George Hall
    • John Jones
    • Lyall Watson
    • David Terence
    • Chris Wood
    • guest directors
    MSc Information Systems University of Brighton

    The course at Brighton University - 1997-1998 - was taught in five streams:

    • Management Information Systems
      • Study was largely based upon selected chapters and case studies from Loudon and Loudon's Management Information Systems
    • Systems Analysis
      • My SA study was based upon SSADM, although Merise and OO Analysis were drawn upon to illustrate alternative approaches. Group project work required students to make use of the Case Tool SSADM Engineer 5.1.
    • Database Application
      • My study and project work revolved chiefly around relational models such as MS Access and CA - OpenIngres, although I was introduced to the theory of object-relational and OO database design.
    • Programming
      • I was taught practically in object-based Visual Basic 5, and theoretically with emphasis on fully OO concepts of Class and Modularity
    • Technology
      • I began with a term's study of computer hardware, followed by two terms of networking and Internet topics, including TCP/IP, SMTP, FTP, network management, directory services, and general Web history.