Archive | July, 2010

Taking Notes: Theatre on the Fringe

Posted on 30 July 2010 by Lois Jeary

The Edinburgh Fringe programme is an intimidating document. At 347 packed pages long it defies anyone to read it front to back and still be conscious by the end. Once you get there it will be no easier to decide what to go and see, with every other person you meet on the street telling […]

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Review: Shakespeare The Man From Stratford, Richmond Theatre

Posted on 29 July 2010 by Julia Rank

Whenever I visit the pretty Warwickshire town of Stratford-upon-Avon to go to the theatre, it never ceases to amaze me that if one Will Shakespeare hadn’t hailed from there, it probably wouldn’t register on tourists’ agendas at all. It is hardly surprising that Shakespeare has been mythologised and put on a pedestal, but Shakespeare The […]

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Lols On Comedy: Edinburgh Festival – Politically Erect Comedy

Posted on 28 July 2010 by Lolly Adefope

This week I spoke to Alex from the comedy group Politically Erect Comedy, who are about to embark on their second journey to performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Hi Alex! Using similes and metaphors if you wish, can you tell us a bit about your comedy, as well as the show you took to […]

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Arts Marketing: Tumblr

Posted on 27 July 2010 by Jake Orr

This is something that has been playing on my mind for a while, beyond Twitter, Facebook and YouTube are there other social networking tools that people working in theatre and the arts can use to engage with new audiences? The answer: yes. Let me introduce you to Tumblr, a relatively new and up and coming […]

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