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The Bridge Theatre email blunder

On Wednesday The Bridge Theatre’s PR company (who shall remain nameless because we all have sent embarrassing emails in a professional capacity) sent an email to Nicholas Hytner, The Bridge’s founder and director of the upcoming Julius Caesar a list of press attending their three press nights and rather oddly a list of those who under no circumstances were not being offered a seat. 333 more words


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Hectic week (and a bit of a stray cough from losing my voice from talking so much) means I’m a bit behind. Anyway, here’s a rundown of the past week, in no particular order with regards to dates. 1,714 more words


My Mum's a Twat at the Royal Court Theatre review ***

My Mum’s A Twat

Royal Court Theatre, 16th January 2018

I am a fat bloke with a dodgy heart and a sore back in his 50s. 858 more words


Music of the Heart

Sanora was the only daughter of Radhabjai, a much respected mystic minstrel, who roamed around with his followers in the villages and mofussil towns in Bengal, singing songs in praise of God. 580 more words

Programme D, The One Festival @ The Space

12th January – 27th January

The One Festival – Programme D

The final programme of the One Festival, Programme D, offers a slightly different structure than the others I’ve attended.  1,182 more words


Anti-Hamlet With Mark Wilson

William Shakespeare’s work have been the source of countless plays, books and films over the many years since the Bard’s death, and for good reason. 461 more words

Matthew Craig Wilson


Camelot @ Lyric Stage Company of Boston, Boston MA
Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Music by Frederick Loewe
Directed by Spiro Veloudos… 7 more words