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Archive | June, 2010

Lol’s On Comedy: Edinburgh Fringe

Posted on 30 June 2010 by Lolly Adefope

– Lol’s On Comedy is a new weekly blog on AYT by Lolly Adefope – read every Wednesday her unique take on comedy and theatre – how does that mix? Watch out for our new weekly blogs on Mondays and Fridays too. – Rejoice brothers, for it is that time of year again. On the […]

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Hedda Gabbler: Workshops: A Survival Guide

Posted on 28 June 2010 by Becci Curtis

– Hedda Gabbler is a new weekly blog on AYT by Becci Curtis – read every Monday her tales of woe of theatre cliches. Watch out for our new weekly blogs on Wednesdays and Fridays too. – Welcome ladies and gentlemen, pull up a seat and enter the obligatory drama circle. Make yourselves comfortable, I’m […]

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Review: Revolution Now!, Gob Squad

Posted on 25 June 2010 by Jake Orr

Revolution is in the air at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) as a collective of flag wielding, vodka drinking, and movement changing revolutionaries take over in the name of theatre (Bravo!). Gob Squad’s latest exploits into their collective theatre work see’s them broadcasting to the world their cries for revolution, or at least to […]

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Review: Everything Must Go

Posted on 19 June 2010 by Jake Orr

Everything Must Go or The Voluntary Attempt to Overcome Unnecessary Obstacles by Beady Eye sees Kristin Fredricksson exploring theatre through the means of portraying and recounting her father, Karl Fredicksson. Using her father as the main stimulus for what becomes Everything Must Go is a tricky business. The material is clearly close to Fredricksson’s heart, […]

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