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Siding with the underdogs

In a recent blog post on The Stage, Lyn Gardner argued that community theatre might not be glamorous, but it changes lives. I’m reluctant to lump community theatre, theatre for young audiences, and amateur theatre together, as Lyn Gardner does, but I do see why she groups them together, and I recognise that she is tapping into a very delicate matter. 519 more words


Ice by Lyn Gardner

It always interesting to me when authors take two people that despise each other, and make a romance bloom. As an aspiring author, I can only work towards doing it as masterfully as Lyn Gardener did in… 292 more words

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Born Out of Wedlock by Lyn Gardner

Oh. My. God. This is the most over the top, and loooooooong saga of a book and not worth your time. So many absurd twists and turns, it’s obviously meant to be an epic saga, but why? 117 more words


An Interview with Andrew Haydon...

I recently interviewed Andrew Haydon; freelance theatre critic behind the hugely successful (and turning 10 years old!) blog: Postcards from the Gods. He had some interesting opinions regarding the authority of theatre criticism, and the cessation of Lyn Gardner’s blog deal with  1,430 more words