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Hal Chambers
Stage director. Puppet Director. Education Facilitator. Based in South London. Lover of Arsenal FC and banging tunes. Current
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Nick Miller Nov 25
The second goal against England in 86 has to have more bits of great commentary than any other goal. Barry Davies, obviously, Bryon Butler for the radio, & Victor Hugo Morales for Radio Argentina. The translation of which is...
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Norden Farm Nov 8
Strapped to a Lunatic: Sonnets, in action, with actors - is now booking for Saturday 12 December at 5pm and 8pm 🎭➡️ The event sees actors from stage and screen bringing Shakespeare’s sonnets to life on our stage this autumn!
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Hal Chambers Oct 15
Sad that this series is over - been a light in the dark in this covid era. Very much enjoyed working on this one with Big love to
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Hal Chambers Oct 9
Very much enjoying collaborating with an awesome team on this
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Hal Chambers Oct 7
Keep the faith This is a massive signing and a decent fee considering this weird market.
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Hal Chambers Oct 6
Replying to @TheRSC
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BBC Midlands Today Oct 6
The Royal Shakespeare Company announces a jobs consultation - 158 posts are at risk because of the pandemic. Its smaller theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon- The Other Place and the Swan will also remain shut until 2022.
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David Ornstein Oct 5
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Hannah Miller Oct 2
Watch my full interview with here: - What is the exit strategy for lifting local restrictions? - Should people follow advice or just stick to the law?
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Hal Chambers Sep 30
Fact-Checking the First 2020 Presidential Debate - The New York Times. Worth reading this if you wanna wade through the bullshit.
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The RSC Sep 18
It's looking like a lovely day out there for our penultimate weekend of outdoor performances. Join us for some free theatre in the Dell Gardens at 1pm and 3pm, today - Sunday ☀️ Read more and see all of our safety measures at:
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The RSC Sep 16
You only have two more opportunities to see our outdoor performances! Join us this weekend to revel in the royal history of past monarchs with a themed performance on Shakespeare's Kings and Queens, curated by Hal Chambers👑
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Hal Chambers Sep 15
hoping to be allowed into the next pregnancy scan with my wife. What’s the chances that a husband can join his wife to support her this time round?
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Hal Chambers Sep 15
Replying to @PatrickJWarner
Come hang in palace mate! Miss ya
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Hal Chambers Sep 14
Replying to @PatrickJWarner
Can't stop listening mate, so awesome. Hows you? xxxx
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Hal Chambers Sep 14
Well, this has made my morning
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Hal Chambers Sep 6
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The RSC Sep 3
Thank you to everyone who joined us at an outdoor performance in August, we loved being able to share some theatre with you❤️ We're thrilled to announce that our outdoor performances will be continuing in September with RSC Snapshots: 📸Mark Williamson
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David Pugh Aug 31
The ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme would also be a great success if adapted to help theatres reopening
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RABBLE Theatre (Formerly RBL Theatre Co.) Aug 27
Who Killed Alfred Oliver?🔎 Based on the actual murder of a Reading tobacconist in June 1929, playwright spins a tale of intrigue in this hilarious 5 part coming soon 👀 Sept 2020 on 👀 from
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