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The Struggling Artist in Film Musicals

I began writing this piece in the wake of the La La Land hype that was sweeping the world. For the record, I did enjoy it though I see its […]

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‘Cardboard City’: Interview

Fourth up in the QMTC New Writers’ Festival is Cardboard City, written and directed by Holly Rodman. I spoke to Holly about the real-life inspirations she had for the play […]

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Defying Disinformation, Inspiring Change…

The state of the world right now is a far cry from what it was a year ago, or two or three years ago more so. Never could Brexit have […]

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INTERVIEW: Comedian Charlie Robb

I recently got the chance to have a chat with comedian Charlie Robb, who is about to debut his one-man show: Romantic Encounters in a Dark Room, across London. Robb, a Cambridge […]

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What could Trump mean for Theatre?

“A work of art is a scream of freedom” — Christo    A compelling quote, particularly in the light of recent events. As the great orange ego uses his new […]

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Brains – Thick and Thin Theatre Reveiw

Brains, by Thick and Thin Theatre company explores the psych of the other people during pandemics. The people who exploit the public for money, rather than charity. It looks at […]

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‘The Tempest’ at Southward Playhouse – Review

Alonso, King of Naples, is thrown into the furious sea with his son, Ferdinand; his brother, Sebastian; and the Duke of Milan, Antonio. Caught in the eponymous storm, they find […]

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Strike Up the Band: A Hackney Picturehouse Strike Fundraiser

Hackney Picturehouse workers are currently striking for a London Living Wage. Teeming with a bunch of talented creatives, the staff are putting on a night at The Victoria in Dalston, […]