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Luton :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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Andrew Lloyd Webber may be at home in the glamorous surroundings of the West End stage, but his charitable foundation is backing a portable theatre that will bring exciting new work to locations from village halls to car parks across Britain...The

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London :: United Kingdom | over 1 year ago

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Heathrow Airport and its urban sprawl have a fascination for playwright Simon Stephens. The airport loomed over his works Wastwater and Harper Regan ; and it plays a part in the two short plays, T5 (as in Terminal 5) and Seawall , performed here

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 years ago

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Kate Tempest 's play for Paines Plough about three friends in their mid 20s marking the anniversary of another's death sets itself two pretty hefty challenges. The first is writing about that perennial, well-covered theme: hitting disillusionment

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Plymouth :: United Kingdom | 2 years ago

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Craige Els and Alan Morrissey in Once Upon a Time in Wigan at Hull Truck...In his autobiography, The Reluctant Escapologist , founding director Mike Bradwell recalls the company's inception: "Hull was cheap, it was easy to get on the dole, and it was

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Bath :: United Kingdom | over 2 years ago

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The Roundabout auditorium is a portable in-the-round space in which we'll perform a repertory of new plays using a single ensemble of actors. It's going to revolutionise the way we tour, enabling us to take a range of different plays to previously

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Edinburgh :: United Kingdom | over 2 years ago

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It might be the future of contemporary theatre Would you like a play with that?...Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Reuters Since 2004, David MacLennan (founder member of legendary Scottish companies 7:84 and Wildcat) has been serving up A Play, a Pie and a

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London :: United Kingdom | almost 3 years ago

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Sonny Meddle/Rex Features Australian poet, critic and blogger Alison Croggon is pondering amateurishness . She is particularly interested by the fact that the "amateur/professional division is a distinction that breaks down completely as soon as you

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Belfast :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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For 37 years it has lived a nomadic existence as the UK's national theatre of new plays, producing in excess of 90 world premiere productions, by more than 250 playwrights travelling to over 200 different villages, towns and cities around the world.

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Liverpool :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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Touring theatre has never been more important As regional playhouses wrestle with funding cuts, touring companies are more crucial than ever before. Time to applaud It's not often the heroes of regional theatre get their moment in the national

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Plymouth :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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Manuel Harlan Olivier award-winning playwright Mike Bartlett may have structured his latest play (jointly produced by Paines Plough and Plymouth's Drum Theatre) as an old-fashioned, three-act, two-interval drama but there is nothing stuffy about this

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