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Edinburgh festival 2014 review: Bloom – a gripping account of homelessness

By Lyn Gardner published by The Guardian:

New Glasgow company Vocal Point bring us two tales of dramatically different journeys to the soup kitchen

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You can't blame the critics...

It’s easy to see why Fiona Allan, chief executive of Leicester’s Curve Theatre, is concerned about the role of the press in determining the fate of a new production. 684 more words


Liveness and Presence

The first lecture by Douglas explored the concept of ‘Liveness’ and ‘Presence’ within digitally mediatised mediums; delving into the debate surrounding the question ‘is liveness present in digitally mediatised theatre?’ 714 more words

Response To Seminar

RED FOREST at Young Vic Theatre


There are two kinds of theatre. One tells a story and the other makes you feel a story. Red Forest is full of feeling, but also truth and brutal reality. 669 more words


Turfed – a beautiful and aching look at homelessness and youth

By Lyn Gardner published by The Guardian:

Renato Rocha and Keziah Serreau’s show captures the fury and despair of young people trying to square the gap between their dreams and reality

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