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Archive | December, 2011

Round Up: 2011

Posted on 31 December 2011 by Jessica Wilson

The results of our Twitter poll are in as Jessica Wilson rounds up your theatrical highs and lows of 2011.

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Review 2: Coram Boy

Posted on 28 December 2011 by Edward Franklin

In March 2011, the Bristol Old Vic main auditorium closed for redevelopment. One can only admire the tenacity and endeavour of the theatre’s creative team for seeing what many predicted to be an inconvenience as an opportunity to think bigger than ever before: the studio space has become a thriving, flexible arena for new work, […]

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Review: Coram Boy

Posted on 28 December 2011 by Eleanor Turney

It may have more dead babies than your average Christmas show, but Bristol Old Vic’s Coram Boy has all the other components of a knock-out. Coram Boy was first seen at the National in 2005 after Tom Morris (now Artistic Director of BOV) realised that his production of War Horse wasn’t going to be ready […]

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Mind over matter: How does theatre keep us hooked?

Posted on 23 December 2011 by Katey Warran

Why do we feel compelled to go to the theatre? And why are there a collection of people who decide to devote their lives to becoming theatre makers? It is certainly not about money; it is expensive to go, expensive to produce and very difficult to make huge profits on. So, what it is it […]

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