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Archive | September, 2011

Exit Stage Left: Clocking in and clocking out

Posted on 30 September 2011 by Tristan Pate

A colleague of mine said to me recently that the most dedicated and professional you are as an actor is during your time at drama school. I can relate to that. I can clearly recall spending a whole day anticipating a performance, getting in early, showering, warming up both physically and vocally, brushing and re-brushing […]

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Review: The Railway Children

Posted on 30 September 2011 by Tiffany Stoneman

The story of The Railway Children, by E. Nesbit, sees three children move to Yorkshire following the mysterious calling away of their father. They live in a cottage on the moors with their worried mother, they discover the joys of the railway and spark up an unlikely friendship with an Old Gentleman on the 9.15 […]

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Filskit Blog: Theatre – an education

Posted on 28 September 2011 by Filskit Theatre

It dawned on us the other day that it has been a whopping two years since we graduated. Distant memories of beaming tutors resurfaced along with chuckles at the odd mortar board wedged in the trees as we all recklessly chucked our foolish hats skywards on the day of our graduation. On venturing out into […]

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The London Storytelling Festival

Posted on 28 September 2011 by Francesca Beckett

Phillip Pullman once wrote that, “Stories are the most important thing in the world. Without stories, we wouldn’t be human beings at all,” and it’s very true. Stories are the way we communicated our history and our lives before the days of Facebook and Kindles, helping us pass history down through generations. Listening to and […]

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