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Archive | August, 2010

Hedda Gabbler: Techno-twit

Posted on 30 August 2010 by Becci Curtis

I’ll get straight to the point; technologically, I’m more than a little retarded. Personally, I own little by way of gadgets – a laptop, electric toothbrush, a mobile phone that I know neither the make, model or what it’s capable of minus calls and text messages and an ipod circa 1900s (I exaggerate here but […]

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Taking Notes: Exit, pursued by your conscience

Posted on 27 August 2010 by Lois Jeary

I have a confession to make – I’ve developed a habit of walking out of shows before they finish. Am I a bad person? For many years I was far too English to even contemplate leaving before the end of any film, play or concert. If I’d already paid to see something I would damn […]

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A Tweet Too Much? National Theatre Twitter Muck-up

Posted on 25 August 2010 by Jake Orr

There is no denying that twitter is a powerful tool, and with such power comes a lot of responsibility. When operating social media tools for large companies or for that matter any company, the question of who you put in charge of the controls has be assessed. We bang on about how when using sites […]

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Interview: Jack Gibson – Young Playwright Feature

Posted on 25 August 2010 by Jake Orr

Jack Gibson is an aspiring playwright based in Essex. At the age of 25 he has written numerous one act plays and is showcasing two of his latest plays, The Editing Process and Now Bordering at this years Camden Fringe. A Younger Theatre caught up with Jack in the last few days before his London […]

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