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Recent articles

Some Place Better Review - Theatre N16

Some Place Better, written by Joanna Carrick and Charlotte Jenkins, is not only a play. It focuses on the subject of children in care, not through a writer’s eyes, but through the words of a young woman written at the time in the form of a diary. It puts a magnifying glass over the care system and presents it as a piece of theatre and art.

Author's review: 
4

Review: The Secret Keeper

On at Ovalhouse until 21st October 2017
By Clerkinworks
4*

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0

Encounters Short Film Festival 2017

Encounters Short Film Festival, Award Winners Screening 2017

Author's review: 
5

Encounters Short Film Festival 2017

Encounters Short Film Festival, Award Winners Screening 2017

Author's review: 
No rating

Using verbatim theatre to address the erasure of revolutionary women from history

Guest feature by Luke Davies, director of Constance and Eva, running 17-27 September at The Bread & Roses Theatre. A play about two revolutionary sisters written out of history, Constance Markievicz and Eva Gore-Booth.

Author's review: 
0

What’s the point of rivers, anyway? #RiverCity Drinks Reception

The inaugural Reading-On-Thames festival 9-17th September 2017, Crowne Plaza Hotel Reading

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0

Constance and Eva - Bread and Roses theatre

A new play at The Bread & Roses about two revolutionary women, forgotten by history, who battled imperialism, fought for women's rights, and sought to redefine gender and sexuality.

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0

Grease (2017 Tour) – Musical Theatre Review

Grease is the word.

Author's review: 
3

Pride and Prejudice - REVIEW

Chapterhouse Theatre Company’s production of Pride and Prejudice is a faithful adaption of Jane Austen’s much-loved novel.

Author's review: 
4

Interview: Katherine Nesbitt

Although most of the action appears to be going on in Edinburgh throughout August, there's still plenty to get your teeth stuck in to in London

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0

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