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Archive | June, 2009

Twitter and Theatre

Posted on 28 June 2009 by Jake Orr

This is a direct response upon reading Ruth Jamieson’s article on Twitter and the Theatre over here on the Guardian Website Blogs. I’ve literally just stopped reading the article and can’t wait to even digest the ideas in it before I have to respond in writing this. I was going to save the whole idea […]

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A Wider Coverage: London Theatres

Posted on 24 June 2009 by Jake Orr

I was recently asked by one of my followers on Twitter an interesting question [and for those wishing to, you can follow me here]. She had been debating about theatre’s in London that deserved a wider coverage. Her boyfriend believed that the two most in question were that of the National Theatre and the Royal […]

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Review: La Cage Aux Folles

Posted on 19 June 2009 by Jake Orr

More Than Frocks, Wigs and Dressing Up Having watched a Channel 4 documentary on Transsexuals entering a beauty pageant in America the night before my viewing of La Cage Aux Folles, perhaps it’s not surprising that I was already in the mind set for glamor and extravagant costumes. La Cage offers this and so much […]

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Black Boxes Offer Nothing… But Hope!

Posted on 17 June 2009 by Jake Orr

Yesterday came the Theatre Trust’s Annual Conference, this year entitled: Experiencing Theatres, held at the Unicorn Theatre. An event which I wish I could have attended. Judging from the list of discussions and some of the participants it would have proved to be thoroughly interesting. I’m slightly gutted that I missed out. Lalayn Baluch from […]

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