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Finborough Theatre presents 'A Third' by Laura Jacqmin

Young marrieds Paul and Allison have everything going for them. But instead of being monogamous, why not try “monogam-ish”? What would happen if they invited “a third” into their bedroom and into their lives? 28th June to 20th July 2015, Finborough Theatre. COMPETITION

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'Miramar’ By Theatre Triongl - Review

‘Miramar’ handles themes of homelessness with a plot that is both original and witty. Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

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Girlhood: film review

Sensitivity in a brutal world: not your average rite of passage

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COMPETITION: Win a pair of tickets to see 'Letter To Larry!'

Vivien Leigh returns to the West End this summer. Letter To Larry brings the very essence of the celebrated actress to Jermyn Street Theatre over August after its critically acclaimed world premiere in Paris.

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A Doll's House - Theatre Review

Dissolve Theatre brings a new revival of Henrik Ibsen’s classic play to The Space on the Isle of Dogs in South East London. Stripped bare to its core this production focuses on the characters, their relationships and conflicts.

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Angela Clarke: "I wanted to inspect the advocate"

Angela Clarke talks about the motivations behind her debut play, The Legacy.

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Interview with burlesque performer Rebecca Kenny

Rebecca Kenny is a burlesque performer, and has recently performed her show ‘Frieda Loves Ya!' at The Pleasance in London - a different kind of burlesque show encompassing a multitude of theatre forms. Interview by Amie Taylor (@spoonsparkle)

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Interview with Maria Klockare and Millie Thorne, Founders of the London Short Play Festival

The London Short Play Festival is an annual festival event which focuses on new playwrights and their short plays. 16th-18th July 2015 at The Edric Theatre, situated in London South Bank University.

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WOMEN'S HOUR, NEW DIORAMA - REVIEW

Informed by the trained disciplines of music, performance art and improvisation, Louise Mothersole and Rebecca Biscuit as Sh!t Theatre devised Women’s Hour last year. Taking its name from the BBC 4 radio show, it examined how the media viewed women and sifted through the subtle (and not so subtle) sexism women face on a day-to-day basis.

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Generation Arts: Dirty Special Thing, Platform Theatre - Review

In Timberlake Wertenbaker Our Country's Good, the disenfranchised settlers in 18th Century Australia find a voice and a meaning to their existence through staging a play – an activity to paraphrase Milton's Paradise Lost "that can make a heaven of hell".

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