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Recent articles

Concertina for the Gods - puppetry review by Sita Thomas

“I take puppetry to minus zero” Nenagh Watson.

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Art by Yasmina Reza in Aldermaston

Two one act plays are on at Aldermaston (near Reading, South East England) from the 3rd to the 5th November 2011

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The Dandy Lion market in Highgate

every 2nd Saturday of the month at the Boogaloo

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Whitley Arts Festival 2011

13TH – 31ST OCTOBER
"This is set to become THE Reading Festival” – Fiona Talkington

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Tina Jay wins the Windsor Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama Writing

Tina Jay and Jenny Seagrove

THE WINNING WRITER
In the eighth
“Windsor Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama Writing”

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Love, Question Mark - Theatre review by Bianca Lorena

‘The only difference between prostitution and those who sell themselves into marriage is the price and length of the contract’ Simone de Beauvoir

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Meab Enamels - Celtic Jewellery

Meab Enamels are genuine Irish handcrafted gifts produced in the heart of Ireland.

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Gender (In)equality: Women losing jobs twice as fast as men

This is an article from Celebrity Angels.com from 2010

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Life: Meaning Us - a play by Melanie Hunter

Showing as part of the DYS-PLA FESTIVAL from the 1st to the 6th November 2011 at the Theatro Technis, Camden.

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What the Butler Saw - intimate gig, big names in Reading

Sat 22 October 2011 7pm - 1am @ The Butler in Reading. Big names at this intimate gig include Turner prize winning artist Martin Creed.

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