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Review: Good Timin'

By Tammy Linsell (Guest Blogger for October)

To be on stage completely by yourself and engage and absorb an audience for well over an hour is a rare skill. 512 more words


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Tony Machin (4th from left)with the 2013 cast of Wet House.

Tony Machin, Director of Programmes for Public Health & Wellbeing, has been working with Newcastle’s Live Theatre, to explore themes of homelessness and addiction raised within… 582 more words

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Wet House Review

By Hannah Morpeth (September’s Guest Blogger)

A play of life stories not sob stories, Wet House follows youngster Andy as he is dives head first into the care industry ultimately asking the question what it means to care for those who society so often lets down. 552 more words



yes everyone, the people here in westford affectionately call my living space “the barn”. granted, it is a barn, but it’s a really nice one with a loft and a two bedroom apartment in it! 924 more words

From the Rehearsal Room: Wet House with Anna Ryder

By Anna Ryder, Asistant Director, Wet House

With opening the show tonight, last week was absolutely crammed full! While rehearsals were continuing, the set was being built in the Main Theatre and on top of this we had the chance to look at some of the logistical elements of the show as well. 378 more words

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Wet House & How Did I Get To This Point?

By Hannah Morpeth

Both Wet House and How Did I Get To This Point? are two shows not to miss at Live Theatre this autumn. They are guaranteed to take you on an emotional rollercoaster by tackling tough issues with the honesty they deserve. 392 more words

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Wet House rehearsals (re-rehearsals for some!)

By Anna Ryder (Assistant Director, Wet House)

This month sees Paddy Campbell’s fantastic Wet House return to Live Theatre and the rehearsals (re-rehearsals for some!) are well under way. 436 more words

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