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Recent articles

WINDSOR FRINGE KENNETH BRANAGH AWARD FOR NEW DRAMA WRITING 2012

Amateur playwrights are invited to submit unpublished one-act plays for the NINTH Drama Writing Award.

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As I Lay Dying - review by Sita Thomas

Pictured is Beatrice Scirocchi who appears in the CSSD's devised production of As I Lay Dying

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Progress Theatre - Sixth Annual WriteFest

Thursday 8th to Saturday 10th December 2011 7.45pm

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Platforms for New Writing

Venues and resources for new plays, radio and TV drama, novels and more

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Kay Burley on ageism

Kay Burley, Sky newsreader for 25 years speaks about ageism on TV.

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Interview with Andy McQuade, Second Skin Theatre Company

Artistic director Andy McQuade discusses female roles in Second Skin Theatre productions

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The Papatango Playwriting Festival 2011: 29 November - 23 December 2011

Papatango Theatre Company in partnership with the Finborough Theatre present four world premieres

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Hare and Tortoise

Luisa Guerreiro is appearing in Hare and Tortoise which is on tour until 7 January 2012

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Theatre Ninjas

Theatre Ninjas is a website and iPhone app offering discounted and free last minute tickets

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POE: Macabre Resurrections by Second Skin Theatre

Exciting site specific theatre set in a church and graveyard based on Edgar Allen Poe's gothic writing. Nov 16 – Dec 4, 2011

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