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The Sleeper, Anima Theatre Company @ The Space

3 – 14 April, 2018

Written & directed by Henry C. Krempels

On an overnight train across Europe, a British woman finds a Syrian refugee in her bed.  413 more words


Review: The Sleeper at The Space

Over the last few years, images of refugees fleeing their homes in search of safety in Europe have become such a common sight in our newspapers and on our TV screens that they’ve begun to lose a little of the powerful impact they once had.  571 more words

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The Surrounded, Desario, Elkhorn at The Space.

We hung at The Space with The Surrounded, Desario, and Elkhorn for a night of dimly lit shoegaze, fuzzy guitars, pop, and pizza. 159 more words


Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?,The Space

Review by Oliver Wake

In 1943, the decomposed remains of a seemingly-murdered woman were discovered in a hollow in a tree trunk in Worcestershire. Neither the victim nor her murderer were ever identified, despite prolonged investigations. 680 more words


Interview: Henry C Krempels, The Sleeper

“I think the crux of the immigration crisis can be reduced to a simple question. Do we claim what’s rightfully ours – that word throws up another entire question, I admit – or do we share it? 735 more words

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Frankenstein Burn Bright Theatre @ The Space

20th February – 10th March
Burn Bright Theatre 
Adapted by Isabel Dixon
Directed by Katherine Timms
Starring Danielle Winter and Elizabeth Schenk

Though thought-provoking, and grotesquely thrilling, Burn Bright’s… 771 more words


Reasons to be Cheerful... @thespacearts @graeae @cinegiartsfilm @stratfordeast

One of the last projects I worked on whilst at Theatre Royal Stratford East, was producing the live to digital version of ‘Reasons to be Cheerful’ the brilliant Ian Dury show by… 299 more words