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King Lear @ The Lowry

May 5, 2015

George Bernard Shaw said “no man will ever write a better tragedy than Lear,” These words reside in my thoughts upon leaving The Lowry, after watching the Northern Broadside’s performance of the Shakespeare tragedy. 394 more words

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Interview with Ellie Taylor

February 20, 2015 

Flexing her multitasking muscles as an actor, writer, presenter and stand-up comedian, Ellie Taylor has been described as “sharp, sassy and one to watch for the future”. 777 more words

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I Hate This @ The Lowry

November 12, 2014

I Hate This is a one-man show written and originally performed by American playwright David Hasen and takes the form of an autobiographical account of his grief following the stillbirth of his son. 272 more words

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REVIEW - 4 x 4: Ephemeral Architectures (The Lowry, Salford)

 Date: 1 JUly 2015
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4 x 4 Ephemeral Architectures invites two beautiful, but integrally different, art forms to share a stage for the first time. 328 more words

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June update

Hello hello, I’m keeping it brief today because let’s face it, it’s far too hot to be chained to a computer when there’s Wimbledon to watch and Pimms to be drunk. 161 more words

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REVIEW - Shadow Boxing (The Lowry, Salford)

Date: 20 june 2015
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Shadow Boxing is a vivid and intense hour long monologue by boxer Flynn (Jonny Collis-Scurll). Determined not to end up like his father, who was also a boxer only not as successful, Flynn puts himself through gruelling training regimes showing complete dedication to his sport. 277 more words

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