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Archive | October, 2010

Review: Blasted

Posted on 31 October 2010 by Jake Orr

Having read Sarah Kane’s Blasted when I was a teenager and finding myself gripped by the literal explosion of dialogue and action you could considering it a crime that until this week I had never seen a performance of it. However Kane’s work is no easy beast to tame for the stage, and with few […]

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Theatre Blogs Recommendations: #theatrebloggingweek

Posted on 27 October 2010 by Jake Orr

A small happening is currently taking place this week in the form of Theatre Blogging Week. You might ask yourself what this is – well it has been conceived by Jesse over at MusicalVerse.co.uk to celebrate the nature of theatre blogging, and the community in which not only the blogging folk, but also the readers […]

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Review: Ignition Festival 2010

Posted on 27 October 2010 by Stewart Pringle

Tristan Bates annual festival of new theatre seeks to draw together talented young directors, writers and performers with the intention of ignited entirely new works and projects during an intensive three-day planning and rehearsal process. Returning for its fourth year, it offers an incredibly exhilarating evening, and utterly redefined my expectations about time restricted devised […]

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Review: Blood and Gifts

Posted on 27 October 2010 by Tiffany Stoneman

I am definitely not one who is up to date with current political affairs or has a great understanding for that part of English culture – I know who’s currently in power, have a vague recognition of the differing parties, and realise how the political climate has shifted over the last decade or so. So […]

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