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In Company with Oliver Twist

Caroline Parker (MBE) – Caroline has performed in 3 of Red Earth’s shows to date – The Lost Happy Endings with mac Birmingham, FIVE and as the anarchic Witch in Hansel and Gretel. 67 more words

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The Best Offer (La migliore offerta)

Virgil Oldman (played by Geoffrey Rush) is infatuated with beautiful things. He’s made his living working with beautiful things – antique furniture, sculpture, fine arts and furnishings – in his very successful top quality valuation and auction business. 412 more words


OPINION: The peculiar world in which Kiruna Stamell becomes a heroine

Eastenders soap porg Kiruna Stamell sued the Post Office because the chip and pin machines are too high for her to reach. Much as the thought of privatised troughers having their backsides caned is a thrilling thought, Stamell bullied the company into settling out of Court…and they’re now fitting flexible wires in all branches. 974 more words

The Post Office

Post Office and the news

The news is out about my liaison with the Post Office, which has lead to 12,000 Post Office shops now being made more disability friendly. Although a couple more tweaks are still needed to the solutions being rolled out, to ensure their practical application, the good news is that the Post Office and I are working together to improve the accessibility of their counters, for all (not just me as a person with dwarfism). 362 more words

Bounce: Expression on Life

Disability is only the Introduction
In seeking to describe the phenomenon that is the Arts and Disability Forum Belfast week long events I thought of the glass ceiling. 2,016 more words


Kiruna Stamell

I first became aware of Kiruna Stamell thanks to the brilliant six part BBC drama series, “All The Small Things”. It followed a rebel church choir who are hell bent on showing up their traditional choir master by singing contemporary songs and allowing anyone into their rogue choir. 151 more words

Peter Pan – Richmond Theatre, London. ***

This review was originally written for The Public Reviews.


The first impression of this production is a little odd since the audience is initially greeted by a cinema style set of trailers and adverts projected onto a screen. 390 more words

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