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Recent articles

Lyndall Grant discusses fighting women - guest feature

Thrice Ninth Productions, are staging an adapted version of Henry IV Part 1 at the St James Theatre Studio 29th Sep to Friday 3rd October 1pm , as part of their Lunchtime Theatre programme. #FightLikeAGirl

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REALITY: Modern and Contemporary British Painting

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich
27 September 2014 – 1 March 2015

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Interview with the team behind one-woman farce FIERCE

FIERCE by Kathryn Griffiths at Camden People's Theatre, 14-19 October 2014

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Private View, Courtyard Theatre – Review

Evoking the comedy shows on BBC3, Private View tackles the subject of society’s view of the female body through a series of inter-related sketches.

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Interview with Fiona Gibbs - Orchestral Manager

Sophie Porter talks to Fiona Gibbs, the Orchestral Manager of Orchestra Vitea.

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Home Sweet Home - theatre review

Home Sweet Home by Freedom Studios and Entelechy Arts in association with The Albany and ARC.

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Freak, Theatre503 - Review

Rightly or wrongly, whether it’s anybody else’s business or not, society places a huge amount of importance on a person’s desirability and their sexual activity (or lack of).

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Darker The Night: Etcetera Theare - London Horror Festival

Darker The Night plays at Etcetera Theatre, Camden, 20 - 21 October as part of London Horror Festival 2014.

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COMPETITION - Win a pair of tickets to see Albion!

God bless this country, God bless karaoke and God save the Queen. Bush Theatre.

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Theories of Flight by Skeyne Theatre Ensemble - review

It starts quietly, with intrigue. Held breath, shattered by giggles. Skeyne Theatre Ensemble's piece, Theories of Flight, is imperfectly beautiful.

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