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Wednesday 12th November 2008
Feature | THEATRE BELONGS TO US | Lift-Off @ The Curve Theatre, Leicester
Do you remember the Slinky? Well, that spiral toy made of metal that flowed down your stairs (if you were lucky) has snaked its way into Leicester but now it is 24m high and costs £61million. It is the brand new Curve Theatre and it is mind-boggling. Claire Ingrams [more]

 

 

Thursday 30th October 2008
Book Review | SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE: A Theatrical Experiment by Christie Carson & Farah Karim-Cooper | pub. Cambridge University Press
None of us seriously believed that it might attract big crowds. The most clear-sighted objective any of us had was to get the replica of Shakespeare’s Globe as right as we could, so that we could then see what might be done with it. Andrew Gurr, Professor Emeritus at the University of Reading. Kevin Quarmby [more]

 

 

Sunday 26th October 2008
Theatre Review | LOLA | Trestle @ Riverside Studios [end of tour]
Flamenco guitar, stomping feet, plenty of cleavage and some saucy work with a fan, it’s Trestle Theatre Company bringing us excerpts – a selection of tapas, if you like – from the true story of a little nineteenth-century Irish girl who transformed herself into notorious Spanish dancer and courtesan Lola Montez. Thanks to a full-blooded performance by Georgina Roberts in the title role, Trestle’s Lola is an entertaining romp of a show. Claire Ingrams [more]

 

 

Thursday 9th October 2008
News | SYBIL THORNDIKE & JOHN RUSKIN AMONG SUBJECTS for STR LECTURE PROGRAMME
Six or more evening meetings are held monthly in London by The Society for Theatre Research during the winter for members, their guests, and the general public, at which lectures (given by invited speakers) are followed by discussion and refreshments. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 8th October 2008
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