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There was more black humour in Temporal than was comfortable. I suppose it wasn’t meant to be a picnic, or even close to walking barefoot on the beach, as the call centre ladies dreamed about. 235 more words


Nick Hildyard on research - good or bad?

Manchester Climate Monthly has just published this video of an extended interview with Nick Hildyard of the Corner House, talking about research – its ethics, its dangers and benefits, and some of the nitty-gritty of how it works. 115 more words


I'm So Excited

Pedro Almodovar @ The Cornerhouse

I went to  this a while ago and have been meaning to add to my blog. I realise Almodovar isn’t for everyone but I am a fan. 165 more words


BLINDSIDED (Royal Exchange Theatre), ROUGH CUT (Cornerhouse)

1)   Blindsided

I can’t remember a play to have ignited such passionate reactions, bad and good, for a very long time. Blindsided by Simon Stephens: young cock-sure Cathy falls quickly for John, played with attractive oddity by Andy Sheridan. 318 more words

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