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All In A Day's Work

The National Theatre in the UK has come up with another little gem of a series, Careers at The National, which they have just begun posting on YouTube.   147 more words


Light Shining In Buckinghamshire

@ National Theatre, 19 May 2015

I hated homework, but not far into tonight’s play, I started to regret not having done any prior to deciding to watch Light Shining In Buckinghamshire. 694 more words


Toby the rat star of The National Theatre's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Our guest blogger this week is Toby the rat currently starring in The National Theatre’s award-winning The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.  The production receives its Birmingham Hippodrome premiere next week. 475 more words


Theatre Review: Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, National Theatre

Caryl Churchill’s play about the English revolution, a moment in history that could have changed this country forever – imagine, no Jubilee parties and commemorative mugs – but instead sort of fizzled out leaving the French and the Americans to show us how to do it properly. 673 more words


Sphinx put women Centre Stage in March

Women Centre Stage: Heroines was much-anticipated since Sphinx Theatre launched the event back in October. Aimed at getting more female voices onto our stages, Women Centre Stage was a varied and vibrant festival of “prompts and provocations”, garnering contributions from some of our most impressive emerging and established artists. 583 more words

Plays For Today By Women

Beyond Caring

Published by SAVAGE Magazine.

You can gauge a lot about a time and a society just by looking at the plays it commissions and performs. A few weeks ago we had Michael Wynne’s portrait of a crumbling NHS, ‘Who Cares?’, open at the Royal Court on the verge of a closely-fought election. 1,139 more words

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Light Shining in Buckinghamshire

I was cursing the education system at the interval of this play last night. I studied history for 4 years, for things then called O & A levels, and all we covered was the 125 years between 1814 and 1939. 307 more words