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Interview: Rachel Lee and Laura Taylor, Job's A Good'Un

Job’s A Good’Un is a semi-autobiographical one-woman sketch comedy written and performed by Laura Taylor. Laura’s had 11 jobs in 10 years, from collecting glasses in a gangster-run bar in the Midlands to arranging flower baskets for Eva Longoria. 537 more words

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Review: What I Really Wanted To Say Was

Fresh out of East 15, Lance Jeffery, Nyke Jackson and Rosie Jane burst onto the theatre scene with What I Really Wanted To Say Was at the Camden Fringe on 14-Aug. 423 more words

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Review: The Monologues of a Tired Nurse at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre

Stephanie Silver’s aim when she wrote The Monologues of a Tired Nurse was to give audiences “a brutally honest account of how it feels to work within the NHS in a understaffed, underpaid and emotionally draining time”. 555 more words

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Garfield excels in Aids drama

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BY BILLY SUTER

ANDREW Garfield is said to give an excellent performance in Angels in America: Millennium Approaches (Part 1) and Angels in America: Perestroika (Part 2) 454 more words

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Theatre Review: Bat Out Of Hell

A racing heartbeat, goosebumps all over your arms and happy, happy tears… If you’ve ever been to the theatre then you will understand the emotional rollercoaster that some clever lighting and great songs can take you on. 766 more words

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Review: Pluto at the Cockpit Theatre

Who among us didn’t feel a little bit sad when Pluto lost its planetary status back in 2006? Partly because it messed up the mnemonic we all learnt at school (mine was Some Men Very Easily Make Jam Sandwiches Under No Pressure, which just doesn’t work without the P) but mostly because it just all seemed a bit unnecessarily harsh. 625 more words

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Confessions of an Edinburgh festival avoider

“What do you mean you’ve never been to the Edinburgh Festival? You must go, you’d love it”

Yeap, it’s that time of year where I hear variations of the above ad nauseam. 573 more words

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