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Spotlight on: Philip Ridley

Posted on 26 July 2013 by Eve Nicol

Philip Ridley’s creative origin story has been so frequently recounted it barely needs repeating: it’s a constantly expanding and distinct cross-platform body of work defined by a lyrical barbaric beauty and a fantastic palette of recurring imagery. But the most interesting piece of work will always be whatever Ridley is working on at present. “I […]

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Feature: Bryony Kimmings and the (not so) crazy world of Catherine Bennett

Posted on 23 July 2013 by Devawn Wilkinson

Give a nine-year-old girl the freedom to dream up her own superstar, and what do you get? A “sweet but clumsy” palaeontologist pop sensation who likes tuna pasta, dogs and dinosaurs, of course! With two singles, ‘Apathy’ and ‘Animal Kingdom’, already racking up hits on YouTube, Bennett and her creators (nine-year-old Taylor and performance artist […]

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Sponsored feature: Tricks and transitions – Gecko’s ‘Missing’

Posted on 18 July 2013 by Dan Hutton

As Gecko Theatre Company prepares to take its show, Missing, to Edinburgh, Dan Hutton talks to Artistic Director Amit Lahav about the scientific value of the soul and engaging the audience’s imagination “…And then he fell over.” Halfway through my discussion with Amit Lahav, Artistic Director of Gecko, the signal my end goes dead and […]

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Guest blog: finding space to work

Posted on 23 September 2012 by Ellen Carr

Witness Theatre’s Ellen Carr sums up her experiences from the fringe this summer and how the company are moving forward on their search for space.

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