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Feature: 1984 – simultaneously particular and universal

Posted on 16 October 2013 by James Fennemore

As Headlong’s new production of Orwell’s 1984 tours the UK, AYT talks to Robert Icke, co-writer and co-director of the piece 1984 is a book known for its concepts more than as a complete work of fiction. Most people have heard of Big Brother, Newspeak, Room 101 and Thought Crime, but few people can remember quite how […]

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Tennessee Williams’ Hotel Plays: three different times and places

Posted on 18 October 2012 by James Fennemore

Most people stay in hotels, Tennessee Williams lived in them and now Defibrilator Theatre are performing in one. James Fennemore discovers their Hotel Plays.

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Spotlight On: Ockham’s Razor

Posted on 24 September 2012 by James Fennemore

James Fennemore profiles the work of celebrated aerial physical theatre company, Ockham’s Razor, and their new show Not Until We Are Lost.

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Walk Like a Black Man in Edinburgh

Posted on 13 August 2012 by James Fennemore

James Fennemore talks to Rafiq Richard about his one man show about what it means to belong.

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