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Review: The Castle at The Space

In Howard Barker’s rarely performed 1985 play The Castle, Stucley and his men return home from the Crusades to find the women have taken over and established their own tribal regime. 663 more words

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The Castle, The Space

10 – 28 October 2017

by Howard Barker
Directed by Adam Hemming

Stucley and fellow soldiers arrive home from the Crusades to find a new society run by women, with no religion, no class-system, no fences, no work, and no desire to return to how things were. 455 more words

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CAE’s Yoga and Writing Retreat Allows Students to Destress

Nina Campli, Assistant Editor for SLA

Occasionally we all need to take some time and destress, relax and just forget about our adult responsibilities. What better way to do that than yoga and writing? 387 more words

Student Life & Arts

Call to Artists: 'Dark Matter' A Juried October Exhibition

‘Dark Matter’

A Juried Dark Arts Exhibition at The Space Gallery

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery is thrilled to host our annual ‘dark arts’ exhibition this October with… 155 more words

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A 40 años de la Firma de los Tratados Torrijos-Carter: Cristo Quijote Tratado

¿Hasta dónde llegarías por una causa justa?

No analizaré mis emociones patrióticas. Para mí, la lucha por la reversión del Canal de Panamá fue una causa justa. 868 more words

Javier Stanziola

Review: A Womb of One's Own at The Space

Apparently 1 in 3 women in the UK will have an abortion at some point in their life. I had no idea of this statistic, largely because it’s not a subject many people like to talk about. 558 more words

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Interview: Claire Rammelkamp and Danica Corns, A Womb of One's Own

The founding members of emerging all-female theatre company Wonderbox – who include Danica Corns, Carla Garratt, Claire Rammelkamp, Holly Bond, Larissa Pinkham and Olivia Early – met as members of the National Youth Theatre. 937 more words

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