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Recent articles

Eclipse - ‘A Tiny Moment That Can Change the World’ - REVIEW

Eclipse feels authentic. This compassionate production gives an insight into how one young person comes to terms with identity and sexuality. By Creative Youth Network. Reviewed at The Station, Bristol.

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4

Dirty Dancing (2016/17 Tour) – Theatre Review

A summer full of fun for fans of the classic film.

Author's review: 
4

Ghost: The Musical - Musical Theatre Review (Tour)

Some sweet Nineties nostalgia with some stand out moments.

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3

A Strange New Space - REVIEW

Amira is a refugee but dreams of being an astronaut. This fascinating, non-verbal production takes us on her journey from her war-torn homeland through to the refugee camps via outer space.

Author's review: 
4

Escaped Alone - Review

The Royal Court’s visually striking production of Caryl Churchill’s play at Bristol Old Vic. Darkly humorous, Escaped Alone is startling, puzzling and compelling.

Author's review: 
4

Book Review - All Change Please: A Practical Guide to Achieving Gender Equality in Theatre by Lucy Kerbel

Lucy Kerbel's enthusiastic and encouraging guide to achieving Gender Equality in theatre.

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5

Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox (Tour) – Theatre Review

A colourful and playful romp that doesn't shy away from some of Dahl's gruesome ideas.

Author's review: 
4

Junkyard - Bristol Old Vic and Headlong

(Excerpt of an interview with Jeremy Herrin [Director of Headlong], Jack Thor

Author's review: 
5

Othello review - Tobacco Factory, Bristol

The latest Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory production of Othello feels discomfortingly relevant.

Author's review: 
4

Violence or the murder of anyone is never ok to laugh at - Feature

This business, on their most popular social media platform, shared a rather revolting meme on Valentine’s Day which poked fun at violence towards sex workers, claiming: “What’s the difference between your job and a dead prostitute? Your job still sucks!”

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