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Saturday 19th July 2008
Quote | W C FIELDS
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Friday 18th July 2008
Theatre Review | THE FEMALE OF THE SPECIES | Vaudeville Theatre
It comes as no surprise that Joanna Murray-Smith's comedic romp into post post-feminism should have caused such a stir when first performed in Melbourne, Australia in 2006. The principal character is a non-too-subtle caricature of an international treasure and feminist icon. Kevin Quarmby [more]

 

 

Thursday 17th July 2008
Obituary | MARYON LANE • HUGH LLOYD
A prima ballerina with Sadler's Wells, Maryon Lane was also a leading name with the Royal Ballet. Patrick Newley [more]

 

 

Thursday 17th July 2008
News | WRITERS, WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES
The Swansea-based Fluellen Theatre Company are producing a series of Lunchtime Theatre in the Autumn in assocation with The Grand Theatre Swansea. [more]

 

 

Wednesday 16th July 2008
News | CAMDEN FRINGE 28 July – 24 August
Some Work of Noble Note is a new play by Rose Warman, a tragi-comic two-hander set in the heart of a deep, dark wood, where a man and a woman meet for the first time. [more]

 

 

Tuesday 15th July 2008
Theatre Review | HANGOVER SQUARE | Finborough Theatre
The Finborough Theatre in Earls Court is one of the smallest venues I’ve been to, yet it really is proof of Peter Brook’s dictum that all you need for good drama is an empty space. Like Doctor Who’s Tardis, this empty space swells according to the needs of each new production. Claire Ingrams [more]

 

 

Monday 14th July 2008
Theatre Review | MOONLIGHT & MAGNOLIAS | Tricycle Theatre
Plays and films about Hollywood are such a temptation. They offer up a never-ending example of excess in all its comic, hubristic glory. Like David Mamet’s Speed the Plow, Ron Hutchinson’s Moonlight & Magnolias indulges in such excess. Carole Woddis [more]

 

 

Sunday 13th July 2008
News | MBF ANNOUNCE IAN FLEMING AWARD WINNERS
Five young musical theatre performers are to receive Ian Fleming Musical Theatre Awards from the Musicians Benevolent Fund this year. [more]

 

 

Sunday 13th July 2008
Quote | SANJEEV BHASKAR
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Sunday 13th July 2008
Exhibition Review | STAGES AND SCENES | The Courtauld Gallery
Setting: a small room on the top floor of an 18th century London palace, reached by downstage entrance via a stone spiral staircase, with an upstage centre exit giving access to the current big show of The Courtauld Cézannes. Pippa Rathborne [more]

 

 

Sunday 13th July 2008
Book Review | TACKLING TEXT by Barbara Houseman | pub. Nick Hern Books
Barbara Houseman has already established herself as a foremost voice coach at the RSC and the Young Vic as well as on a freelance basis. Her experience and expertise have been brought to bear on a particularly tricky subject for any aspiring actor. Kevin Quarmby [more]

 

 

Saturday 12th July 2008
News | NO LIQUIDATION FOR DERBY PLAYHOUSE
Proceedings taken by Stephen Edwards in the High Court were settled on Friday. The Arts Council’s proposal to place the Derby Playhouse into immediate liquidation has been withdrawn and it will no longer press any claim to be a creditor of the Derby Playhouse while it is in administration so that the new Board of Trustees can finalise and implement its rescue package. [more]

 

 

Friday 11th July 2008
Theatre Review | THE FRONTLINE | Shakespeare's Globe
There’s something rather reactionary in the the Globe's decision to stage Ché Walker’s sprawling urban drama, given that they must have had a choice of thousands of new writers’ work. Granted, Walker imbues the play with a certain amount of grandeur, but beyond this it’s difficult to shake the youth theatre associations. Harriet Davis [more]

 

 

Friday 11th July 2008
Feature | CONNECTING AT THE NATIONAL
It started fifteen years ago, in 1993. Connections was an idea conceived by Suzy Graham-Adriani, and over a decade and a half, in hundreds of venues from school gyms to custom-made theatres, thousands of young people have benefitted and become involved in plays specially written for them. Carole Woddis [more]

 

 

Friday 11th July 2008
News | BREAKTHROUGH FUND GRANTS ANNOUNCED
The first arts fund set up specifically to invest in exceptional individual arts entrepreneurs, at an early, visionary and probably most risky stage of developing their ideas, was officially launched yesterday with the announcement of its first five grants. The inaugural recipients include Felix Barrett and Colin Marsh of immersive theatre company Punchdrunk; Gareth Evans, creator of multimedia, multi venue seasons of events; and David Jubb of Battersea Arts Centre. [more]

 

 

Friday 11th July 2008
News | JOAN RIVERS in EDINBURGH, LONDON & DUBLIN
Fasten your seatbelts, Joan Rivers will be opening at London's newest theatre at the end of August, after a stint at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and prior to an appearance at Vicar Street in Dublin, with Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress by a Life in Progress. [more]

 

 

Thursday 10th July 2008
News | EXTRA WEEK FOR HAY FEVER AT ROYAL EXCHANGE
Theatre-goers have been given an extra week to catch the Royal Exchange Theatre’s hugely popular production of Noel Coward comedy Hay Fever starring Belinda Lang and Ben Keaton. [more]

 

 

Thursday 10th July 2008
News | Wanted | MALE ACTOR WANTED FOR EDFRINGE SHOW
Play Ball Theatre is looking for a male actor for its new production at the Edinburgh Fringe, Blue on Blue by William Lawrence, which will run at C cubed (main space), Brodie's Close, 304 Lawnmarket, 10 - 25 August. [more]

 

 

Thursday 10th July 2008
News | 365 & ARCHITECTING from NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND
The National Theatre of Scotland return to the Edinburgh International Festival, following previous successes with Realism and The Bacchae. [more]

 

 

Thursday 10th July 2008
News | EDINBURGH FRINGE POSSIBILITIES
The Traverse Theatre has launched its 2008 Festival Season Manifesto. Featuring some of the best theatre companies from the UK and abroad across the two Traverse spaces, the season will officially begin on Fri 1 August and run until Sun 24 August. [more]

 

 

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