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The Storytellers and the Scouse Suitcase

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Storytelling is a great thing, and it takes many forms.  From pop-up books to anecdotes, we all love a good yarn (although after a certain age the pop-up book does tend to attract pitiful glances.) 364 more words


Payne Killer, London Horror Festival

Any theatre festival programme is hit or miss if you aren’t familiar with individual shows or participating companies. So far, the productions I’ve seen at the London Horror Festival have ranged from ok to quite good, until… 467 more words

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Ideomotor, London Horror Festival

By guest reviewer Michaela Clement-Hayes

There’s nothing quite like sibling rivalry and the hatred you feel for your brother or sister is only matched by one thing. 393 more words

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Infection, London Horror Festival

Sam, Dominique and Will don’t always get on with each other. It doesn’t help that they’re under a lot of stress due to a zombie-alien invasion, and can’t work out if any other people survive in their town. 638 more words

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Home Free!, London Horror Festival

Siblings Joanna and Lawrence live in 1950s New York City, a place brimming with promise and excitement for its younger residents. They don’t take advantage of it, though. 473 more words

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The Devil Without, London Horror Festival

Hiding in a room above a pub in Camden, John is on the run from an archdemon that he initially believed was the angel Madimi, with whom he did a dodgy deal for his soul. 464 more words

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A Younger Theatre: Stuff, Etcetera Theatre - 20/08/2015

I returned to the Etcetera theatre last Thursday for a bit more Camden Fringe action, this time in the form of Mick Cooper’s play STUFF. 106 more words