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Dorothy Parker Week - Celebrating 'Our Lady of the Loudspeaker'

On this day in 1893, Dorothy Parker was born.¬†This week, Penguin have been celebrating her literary works during, what they have proclaimed as, ‘Dorothy Parker Week’. 1,013 more words



Award winning British performance artist Bryony Kimmings also includes ‘activist, writer, Feminist, Comedian, Auntie and person’ to her Twitter description. Her work is described as ‘haphazard, loud, dangerous, unpredictable and mega fun’. 301 more words


Heartbreak House - Abbey Theatre - Review

Ellie Dunn has chosen an unusual day to visit the house of Mrs. Hesione Hushabye. The house seems chaotic at the best of times, but this is the day that Captain Shotover’s other daughter, Lady¬†Ariadne Utterword has chosen to visit her childhood home for the first time in 23 years. 499 more words


Review: NUTS' Not Safe For Work (NSFW)

Earlier this August I went to see NSFW by the National University Theatre Society (NUTS) at the ANU Arts Centre. Here is my review which may or may not be published in my university’s student paper, … 873 more words


Review - Medea at the National Theatre starring Helen McCrory (2014)

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The announcement that the National Theatre would be staging Medea for the first time filled me with uncertainty as to whether I wanted to see another version of this quite traumatic play so soon after Mike Bartlett’s modern adaptation starring Rachel Stirling. 835 more words


Hello Dolly Opens at the Theatre Royal Winchester on 27/8/2014

Every one has been working hard preparing to present to you the best Musical you will see this Summer #HelloDolly performed by the youthful and vibrant theatre company that is… 16 more words

One for All

I like taking the kids to the theatre. I love it when the production is so good that they can lose themselves completely in the story. 175 more words

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