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Federal snoops offer lusty help for the lovelorn

By Richard Ades

The NSA’s Guide to Sex and Love has one big problem: the script. Don Zolidis’s would-be satire is a leaden flight of fancy that hops from one topic to the next with all the finesse of an oversized sledge hammer. 598 more words

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'Meet The Bloggers' inspires women writers

We’ve had some great responses to our ‘Meet The Bloggers’ event on Sunday 24th January. Organisers Zoe E Breen and Karen Pudner put together a stellar line up of bloggers from beginners to experienced writers across a range of platforms. 384 more words

Girl Geek Tea Party

Graczyk, Grossberg honored at Roundtable awards gala

By Richard Ades

At one point during the Theatre Roundtable’s annual Awards Night on Sunday, a presenter joked that it was just like the Oscars because we’d been there two hours and were only halfway through. 630 more words

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Madlab Accelerator

Super excited that my ongoing sound.light.circuit.art project Noise Orchestra with Vicky Clarke has been chosen to take part in this amazing looking accelerator programme at Madlab in Manchester. 30 more words

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Madlab Accelerator

Super excited that my ongoing sound.light.circuit.art project Noise Orchestra with Vicky Clarke has been chosen to take part in this amazing looking accelerator programme at Madlab in Manchester. 42 more words

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Boyfriend and ex vie for woman's affection

By Richard Ades

Local playwright Bill Cook has been known for plays about men in nightmarish situations.

In two of his previous works (Love in an Age of Clamor… 536 more words

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Period piece favors outrageousness over logic

By Richard Ades

Pete Bakely’s Skillet Tag is about a company team-building exercise that turns into a night of mayhem and menstruation. It’s just the kind of diversion we want and expect from MadLab for the Halloween season. 491 more words

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