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ISSP Video

This is a video of some of the work I’ve done over the past month. Firstly there’s two sets of building blocks tasks in which other members of the cohort gave me adjustments to an original string of material. 147 more words

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Julius Caesar review

Julius Caesar at the Bridge theatre is the best Shakespeare production I have ever seen!

After coming out of the theatre I said to my friend Emily who had come to see it with me that if we go to a Globe Theatre production of Shakespeare to see it performed in as close to original conditions as possible then this production in my opinion is Shakespeare performed in the same essence as the original. 608 more words

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Immersive Neverland review

Immersive Neverland is the second immersive theatre piece I’ve ever seen, after Sleep no more by Punchdrunk in New York. The piece, created by The Guild of Misrule, was part of the Vaults festival. 720 more words

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Romeo and Juliet review

Last night (or at time of publishing last month… i need to get better at uploading these) I went to see a production of Romeo and Juliet by the Guildford Shakespeare Company (a local professional Shakespeare company) and had a few opinions to share about it. 395 more words

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M18PA Blog Provocation 6 - ISSP reflections

Earlier this month I set myself three areas that I wanted to improve on, with specific tasks aimed to do each.

Firstly I wanted to work on reviewing and critiquing work, and being more specific with it. 442 more words

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Letter to Self: M18PA Reflection Provocation 2

Dear Delphine,

First of all, I know you’re feeling a bit guilty because you’ve been indoors a lot and have not been productive as you’d hoped you’d be. 455 more words

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