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Feature: MAC//BETH – “as experimental as they come”

Posted on 25 October 2013 by Rachel St John

“It’s a production that is visually stunning. It’s got fantastic music, it features a string quartet, has stunning costumes, and a cast that are physically truly impressive,” says director Judith Roberts as she describes her latest production, MAC//BETH. When it comes to thinking outside the box, Roberts is definitely the hufen y crwd (cream of […]

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Book Review: Theatre-making by Duska Radosavljević

Posted on 29 September 2013 by Dan Hutton

The title of Duska Radosavljević’s Theatre-making would, you’d expect, refer to professionals who actively do the making, creating works of art for others to experience. And it is, in a big way, about these people. Central to Radosavljević’s argument, however, is the idea that practitioners aren’t the only people who are making theatre. By focusing […]

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Review: Four Farces

Posted on 27 June 2013 by Amy Merrigan

I love a good farce. As a genre it can be looked down upon, but I think there are few things which provide such  unrestrained entertainment as watching people being wondrously silly. Done well, it can be raucously funny. So, with this in mind I had high hopes for Four Farces at Wilton’s Music Hall. […]

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The Best Places to Buy Theatre Books in London

Posted on 13 May 2013 by Jake Orr

Where can you find the best places to buy theatre books from? What are the best theatre bookshops in London? Well, look no further. We’re completely addicted to theatre at A Younger Theatre and when it comes to getting our hands on the latest plays and theatre related books in London we suggest the following […]

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