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Archive | July, 2011

Ticket Offer: £10 tickets for Mort, The Musical at Greenwich Theatre

Posted on 31 July 2011 by Jake Orr

Youth Music Theatre UK are presenting Terry Prachett’s Mort, The Musical and are offering a special £10 ticket offer for AYT readers. See below on how to get your discounted ticket, but for now here is the show blurb… Mort, The Musical Death comes to us all. When he came to Mort, he offered him […]

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Review – Alarms and Excursions

Posted on 29 July 2011 by Francesca Beckett

Comedy nowadays has to be crude and shocking to make people laugh. Only those making jokes about risqué topics or making politically incorrect statements seem to have any success. Well, that’s what the Daily Mail tells us anyway. In reality, there seems to be a rise in homely middle class laughs on our screens. The […]

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Review: A Dolls House

Posted on 26 July 2011 by Jake Orr

Henrik Ibsen’s A Dolls House is a triumph of dramatic work from one of the finest writers that we have ever had. Space Productions, under the direction of Alex Crampton, has successfully brought  Ibsen’s work to life at the Arcola Theatre. There is much to be admired, and it is certainly an intense and alluring […]

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Latitude: A Newcomer’s Eye-View

Posted on 25 July 2011 by Barney Norris

Last weekend I had the thrill of seeing my play go on at Latitude Festival. The play, At First Sight, had been produced on tour in the new year by Up In Arms, the theatre company of which I’m Co-Artistic Director, and revived by another company in the spring, but getting it on at Latitude […]

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