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Archive | January, 2013

Review: The Human Being’s Guide to Not Being a Dick About Religion

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Ed Theakston

Matt Thomas, in his one-man show, attempts to end the religion vs. science debate once and for all. Written with and directed by Sarah Elaine Stewart, the show is billed as a “comedic critique” on the on-going debate, rather than an argument one way or another. In front of a fairy-light adorned crucifix and a […]

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Review: The Turn of the Screw

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Julia Rank

[CONTAINS SPOILERS] Henry James’s 1898 novella The Turn of the Screw is one of the ripest pieces of fiction for re-reading. One never ceases to marvel at Henry’s genius in creating a never-ending debate about whether the notoriously unreliable narrator’s charges were possessed by ghosts, or if she fabricated the whole thing from her repressed […]

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Filskit Theatre: Go green, recycle a story…

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Filskit Theatre

Over the past few months we have found ourselves involved in a number of conversations about the current trend in theatre companies of producing adaptations of popular children’s books. We can’t say we blame them as Julia Donaldson favourites such as Room on the Broom and Oliver Jeffers’s books are playing to sell-out audiences, with happy parents, […]

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Inside Out: Drama school dos and don’ts

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Camilla Gurtler

Auditioning is hard. That’s no secret. It is terrifying putting yourself on display with the risk of failing – and even the best actors are rejected from time to time. Sometimes you are just not right for the job. There are factors you can’t argue with and have to accept. Auditioning for drama schools is […]

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