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'You’d need to pay me to drink here' London's Theatre bars and pubs

Why are theatre bars such grim places to have a drink? I was inspired to write this blog by my friend Alison, who voiced her contempt for Soho Theatre’s cramped, loud and very expensive bar. 327 more words

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Young Chekhov: Platonov (National Theatre)

David Hare’s adaptations of Chekhov’s early plays is presented at the National Theatre as single plays as well as a day-long trilogy, but having seen both ‘Ivanov’ and ‘The Seagull’ before, I chose to go on Saturday morning to see ‘Platonov’. 331 more words

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National Theatre Opportunity for one of our Young Research Team!

Nellie Noodle, one of our Young Heritage Research Team members is through to the 2nd and 3rd rounds of interviews to work at the National Theatre on their Costume Apprenticeship scheme. 18 more words

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★★★ The Plough and The Stars at the National Theatre

In the anniversary year of the Easter Rising it is easy to see why the National thought that this was the way to go. A play by one of Ireland’s genius writers, written to reflect turbulent times of war, focusing on the working people. 956 more words

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Ugandan Movie Dream America Premieres

KIZITO SAMUEL SAVIOUR at your service!

Ugandan based Indian Filmmaker “Paresh Gondaliya” on the Premiere day of his first Ugandan film “The Superstition” on 1st July 2014 said, “I will be coming back next year with another blockbuster movie…” and indeed he seemed to have meant it by then, unfortunately he failed to keep his word when he failed to produce any movie in the year 2015 where his writer and co-director of “The Superstition” spread wings and did his own solo movie as writer and director of a 2015 blockbuster action film “WAKO”which made it big in the Ugandan Filmmaking realm, whilst the year 2015, 1,780 more words

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Wasteful war shall statues overturn

Two important centenaries have collided this year – 400 years back takes us to Shakespeare’s death, while 100 years transports us to the middle of the Great War. 759 more words

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