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Archive | June, 2012

Theatre on the fly popping up in Chichester

Posted on 29 June 2012 by Eleanor Turney

Debut plays, silent discos and eco-friendly design. Eleanor Turney finds out more about Theatre on the Fly, a pop up space just waiting to be taken over by the young people of Chichester (and beyond).

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Review: Dickens’ Women

Posted on 29 June 2012 by Edward Franklin

  At a time when every passing month yields another blog post bemoaning the number and diversity of roles for women in the theatre, this revival of Miriam Margolyes and Sonia Fraser’s 1989 one-woman show, performed by Margolyes, makes for a strident rebuttal. Here are 23 such roles, taken from the life and works of […]

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Review: The Dark Side of Love

Posted on 29 June 2012 by Jake Orr

I’m an emotional person, this much I know about myself, but when it comes to theatre I have developed a heart of stone. I’ve spoken previously about how music can make my heart swell, but when it comes down to sitting and watching a theatre show, my tear ducts remain dry and any attempt at […]

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Review: Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking: An Elegy

Posted on 28 June 2012 by Jordan Eaton

Not for the easily offended. Venturing into the studio theatre upstairs in the Soho Theatre, the awkward feeling of walking into an underground sex club is immediately emitted from the stage. With hains dangling from the ceiling with towels floating around, the show (created and performed by Joseph Mercier) was already living up to its […]

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