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Introducting Dean Stalham - A Interview

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Resolutions – Plays For A New Year, Barons Court Theatre

As someone whose birthday falls in January, the festive season and subsequent

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Interview with Dean Stalham – Collaboration with DYSPLA

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Small Story/Big City - January 2015, Rich Mix

There's one thing you have to admire about the Rich Mix arts venue in Shoredi

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The Three Musketeers - Theatre Review

Fun For All, with The Three Musketeers at The Progress Theatre, Reading - performances until Saturday, 24 January 2015

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Little LineUp - Greenwich Theatre

Theatre for family audiences has undergone something of a renaissance in recent years. Gone are the days when the only thing families attended were pantomimes. At the Greenwich Theatre, Moon Mission Theatre Company (in association with theatre company Vertical Line) yesterday put on an afternoon of family-friendly short plays under the umbrella title of Little LineUp

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Win a pair of tickets to 'How to Hold Your Breath' at The Royal Court Theatre

The Royal Court Theatre 4 February – 21 March 2015.

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ARTS COUNCIL FUNDS NEW PLAY BY ROSE COLLIS

Writer and performer Rose Collis has been awarded funding from Grants for the Arts, supported by the Arts Council England, to create a new stage play about 50s media stars Nancy Spain and Gilbert Harding.

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Mind Your Head Theatre : 'SCRIBBLE: Gender' - review

Mind Your Head Theatre's debut production was called 'SCRIBBLE: Gender', composed of a mixture of short plays and sketches. Together, they ask some difficult questions (with a few laughs thrown in) about issues of gender and the assumptions people have about it.

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