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December 2, 2020

MisSa | Top 5 Books by Writers of Colour That Helped Me Get Through Lockdown!

2020 was a tuff year for everyone but it had a massive silver lining for me personally. Getting back to regular reading was one of my main self care rituals. Internationally renowned sword-swallower MisSa will be with us this month for her debut solo show Rising of the Black Sheep.…
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November 25, 2020

Rising of the Black Sheep | An Interview with MisSa

Internationally renowned sword swallower MisSa will be with us in December with her debut solo show Rising of the Black Sheep. We got a chance to (virtually) ask her some burning questions.
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April 6, 2020

DEM TIMES

A young adult comedy-drama following the re-education of British-born troublemaker, Samuel Adjei, in a Ghanaian boarding school.  
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March 5, 2020

An Interview with Simon Paris

Artistic Director Simon Paris talks about the new version of The Importance of Being... Earnest? and how the interactive elements work within the play.
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March 5, 2020

An Intern’s Thoughts on Random Acts of Kindness

Hi! I'm Sara, the marketing intern from the States. One of the current shows at the theatre is Can I Help You? which tackles the topic of mental health. Find out some random act of kindness you can easily do and remember how our actions can effect each others lives.
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February 28, 2020

Introducing our 2020 Summer Season | Marie McCarthy

Our programme of events and productions switches up from May through to August, reflecting the vibrant energy of Summer, and for me and the team, this means festivals, four of them, of all kinds, for all people.
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February 25, 2020

Cordelia O’Neill | On Cancel Culture

When I was asked to write this blog about ‘Cancel Culture’ I spent a lot of time reading and researching, trying to get my facts right, and tried to piece together a piece on what ‘Cancel Culture’ is, what it does, whether it’s good, whether it’s bad. I tried to…
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February 22, 2020

Amie Taylor | On Making LGBT+ Theatre for Kids

"If children grew up with the LGBT+ community as a part of their landscape...then surely it would usualise the LGBT+ community for them? From this point I decided I wanted to make LGBT+ theatre for kids. Something interactive and fun that just happened to have LGBT+ characters in it." Amie…
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December 20, 2019

Joe Marsh | On The Glass Will Shatter

Writer Joe Marsh talks about his new play The Glass Will Shatter and the consequences of the Prevent Policy on teaching and education in the UK.
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