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Alternative Elections at the Hunt & Darton Cafe - Folkestone

Campaigning for the Tabitha Tiger Party

Hunt & Darton off to deliver a set menu

Walking polling station

Hannah as Jojo


Writing the Birthday Party Party manifesto… 731 more words

With Force and Noise at Trinity Centre (Exeunt Review)

Anger is one of the most frequently occurring yet least discussed emotions. It can seem like the most immature, the most undeveloped of our feelings. Holding on to it is always something we are told not to do and being angry can suggest you are petty or lacking in forgiveness. 554 more words


SOLO Showcase 2015 premiers at Trinity Centre

This week, on 19th and 20th of March, the Trinity Centre was taken over to showcase five solo practitioners’ work. Solo Contemporary Performance Forum is a South West organisation that offers support to solo performance makers at any stage of their careers. 849 more words


Review: Echo Beach at the BikeShed

Exeter Express and Echo online (21 October 2014)

Hannah Sullivan’s one-woman dance performance promised a captivating exploration of life through movement – and that’s just about what it delivered. 439 more words


Echo Beach - Thoughts on dancing - Hannah Sullivan

I’ve always being fascinated by people’s movement. I remember I had a friend at school that I could recognise by the way she walked, or you know, the way someone moves their hands when they talk… I like to know someone through a specific part of their movement. 413 more words

Bristol Old Vic

16-Year-Old Shares Immigration Story With Group Discussing Border Crisis

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – While the debate over what to do about the flood of undocumented Central American children crossing the border continues, some St. Louisans are wanting to know more about… 233 more words


Please Show You're Working

This is an unedited version of my review for The Times Literary Supplement. The typos are, for that reason, entirely my own.

James Joyce would often write to his patron and unofficial archivist Harriet Shaw Weaver, adding “a little waste paper to get it out of the way.” He was sending her preparatory material, work in progress, which would later become part of the British Library collection. 1,771 more words