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Winner of the Solange Azagury-Partridge Award for 2018 Announced!

Final year student Eloise Kramer has been announced as the winner of the Solange Azagury-Partridge Award for 2018. Eloise will receive £2,000 towards the realisation of a special ring for her degree show collection, come and see it finished during the CSM BA Jewellery Design Degree show which will take place 19-24th June 2018. Congratulations Eloise!


The Ferryman

The Ferryman by Jez Butterworth – Gielgud Theatre

The Ferryman was my first ever West End play. And before I discuss the piece itself, I’m going to go on two rants about things I noticed re: the West End. 1,232 more words


Strange Tales From The West Country

This is a pair of shows that Theatre Royal Plymouth have brought to the Southwark Playhouse. I got to see both of them as part of my job. 643 more words


I have my own desk! and other thrilling episodes...

The first two weeks.

I began my placement on the 3rd of January 2018 after a somewhat hectic festive period. It was filled with more stressful days of packing and train journeys than Christmassy merriment. 1,176 more words


Why Did the Nurse Leave?

I’ve read of horror stories of nurses going through hell. Not to forget other healthcare professionals too. Mostly young but some older and more experienced professionals too. 237 more words

The Politics of Bursaries

Why should some people wanting to become a teacher receive help with their training costs and others not? We don’t discriminate between future tank commanders and those heading for the infantry or entrants to the civil service by the department they are going to be working in. 348 more words


In small places, close to home

by Angela Powditch, North Coast of NSW.
As featured in The Country Web 2017 Annual.

Eleanor Roosevelt once said, ‘Where after all do universal human rights begin? 834 more words

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