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Cuenca has three rivers that run through it and are vital to their water supply. They are Rio Yanuncay, Rio Tarqui and Rio Tomebamba. According to UNISCO, Cuenca has the best water and among the safest walkable city in Ecuador. 176 more words

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Cigarettes and Chocolate - Update and Glenda Jackson as King Lear - Review

As you know if you’re a regular reader, I am now working on a new project: Cigarettes and Chocolate, on next term at the ADC theatre on the 1st and 2nd of February. 509 more words


NEWS: The Bunker's Inaugural Season to Finish with World Premiere of Abigail

Fiona Doyle’s Abigail will conclude The Bunker’s first season, running at the theatre from the 10th January 2017. 

This world premiere production will be directed by Joshua McTaggart and stars Tia Bannon (The Winter’s Tale and Pericles, The Globe) and Mark Rose (King Lear, The Old Vic; Hangmen, Royal Court). 211 more words

Black Beauty


Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

If they gave out awards for Shows That Aren’t What You Expected Them To Be, then the Traverse’s production of… 375 more words


NEWS: Full Cast for UK Premiere of The Addams Family: A Musical Comedy

The production, directed by Matthew White will be touring the UK and Ireland from the 20th April 2017. 

Joining the previously announced Samantha Womack, Les Dennis and Carrie Hope Fletcher, the UK premiere production of the musical will also star Cameron Blakely as Gomez Addams,Oliver Ormson will appear as Lucas Beineke, Valda Aviks in the role of Grandma Addams, Charlotte Page will play Alice Beineke, Dale Rapley will play the role of Mal Beineke, Grant McIntyre will be playing the role of Pugsley Addams and Dickon Gough will play Lurch. 204 more words


Last weekend I had the opportunity to see the ambitious and necessary Party People by UNIVERSES at The Public Theater in New York City. Weaving oral histories of members of the Black Panthers Party and the Young Lords Party with the contemporary sociopolitical climate, … 894 more words

Jest End @ Waterloo East Theatre

I was super thrilled to see, a couple months back, that Jest End would be returning to the Waterloo East Theatre. Written by Garry Lake, Jest End is a hilarious piss take on shows and gossip within the West End. 404 more words