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Poltimore Highlights: A Poltimore-ish Sunday in the Chapel

I didn’t know what to expect from my first Poltimore, but found it surprisingly sweet and bursting with talent. Somewhere beyond Hay Festival and...

Art + Lit = Comics

While superhero films have been enjoying unprecedented success at the box office in the last decade, the source of characters like Iron Man, Batman...

Big Money and The Arts

The Booker Prize Foundation has lost a £1.6 million sponsorship deal with London-based hedge fund managers, The Man Group. Despite the Foundation’s grace under...

If it’s a Scottish play, why is it in German? ...

I ought to preface this review with the statement “I do not speak any German”. Although one of my personal goals for my year abroad...

A Christmas Interview with Gilbert and Sullivan Society

In the run up to their Charity Christmas Gala, I met with two members of Gilbert and Sullivan Society, President Amelia Hall and Musical...

Not Just a Pretty Face

Director Olorunfemi Fagunwa was rejected as a candidate for directing theatre through the Kenneth Branagh New Writing Award at Windsor Fringe Festival because "the committee...

How could Brexit affect the arts?

Coming to theatres near you, a new horror movie of sorts. Featuring Brexit zombies who crave only one thing; the brain of the United...

Wrecked By Recording

Imagine if exam boards condoned Maths GCSE calculus units completed with the use of a smart phone calculator app rather than a scientific calculator....

“Paul’s playhouse” – an interview with Exeter Northcott Artistic Director Paul...

Paul Jepson moved to Exeter to be beside the seaside, and then he accidentally found himself running a theatre. Still termed the ‘newly appointed’...
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