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Kaite O'Reilly
Writer, Playwright, dramaturg, crip, Irish brummie in West Wales.Ted Hughes Award winner. Next: 'Persians' published, Unicorn, Mad as Birds Films
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Kerry Hood 5h
Luckily the resident pheasant got hold of our toilet paper and, following a hearty breakfast, was able to make full use. Here he is in everyday confrontational mode.
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Kathryn Gray 6h
Replying to @MatthewMCSmith
I take your point about some of this. But. Out of interest: what’s the ‘moderate’ position on women’s autonomy over their own bodies?
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Kaite O'Reilly 7h
Replying to @PlanedCaerdydd
thanks so much for the clarification - I am just livid to be approached personally by them!
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Kaite O'Reilly 8h
I am not on the public-access electoral register - so how did you get my full name and address? I would rather die than support a racist homophobic anti-immigrant backward-looking mob of yobs. NEVER use my name or address again. And how did you get my details?!
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Jo Verrent May 18
Can’t decide which I preferred today - 4000 year old tree or going to the top of Snowdon on a steam train... choices, choices...
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Little Cog May 18
"Little Cog is a disabled-led new writing theatre company whose artistic director is passionate about telling bold new stories & creating rich characters for disabled actors. is a NorthEast based feminist disability voice challenging old tropes &stereotypes"
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Kaite O'Reilly May 18
i remember how important reading plays were when i was starting out - but we had good public libraries then.... Sigh. Sad state of affairs. BUT hope they’re read and read and read and help a playwright the way reading plays help me...
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Tara Vallente May 17
Can’t wait for this!
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Wayne Holloway-Smith May 17
Hello Everyone, The University of Hertfordshire Single Poem Prize will open on 1st June. First prize: £500 In the interest of fairness and accessibility it's free to enter. Judges: Rachel Long and Mark Waldron (Herts Poetry Fellows). Please let people know. Thanks x
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Kit de Waal May 17
Free place on a creative writing course. Look 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
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Michelle C Palmer May 17
So the extraordinary is leaving on Monday. How about we create a timeline send off of all the pictures we’ve got from her NTW travels and post to (please retweet for maximum content contributions)
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Brychan Tudor May 17
If you want people to succeed provide a framework for them to do so. If you don't want people to succeed, what are you up to? Be genuine. Be kind. Be realistic. Be aware of difference.
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Kaite O'Reilly May 17
Really excited about this workshop and then launch!
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Kaite O'Reilly May 16
Replying to @Csvich
Anything about Caryl churchill!!
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Kaite O'Reilly May 16
Replying to @Csvich
oh! would love to read that!
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fingersmiths May 16
NEW DATE Thurs 18th July FREE Cpd for interpreters Rehearsal Room Interpreting your opportunity to reflect on past experiences ask questions and find out more about this specialist domain book now! RT please
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Stella Duffy May 16
See this ad info - please could you share it with any networks you imagine I won't have connection with? REALLY want this role to be available to not usual suspects, which means those networks will be outside our knowledge (I don't know the people I don't know ...)
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ITI May 15
FYiP 2019 begins tomorrow night! Over two weeks, the graduating cohort will be presenting their original works. Keen to watch? Email events@iti.edu.sg to request an invite! Photo credit: Bernie Ng
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Sarah Argent May 15
Day 2, South Africa: Meeting a fabulous storyteller, then the director of a school "I was in a wonderful production of Under Milk Wood, I played Polly Garter - 'Nothing grows in our garden, only washing & babies" - what inspired our last baby show? ...
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Ciaran Fitzgerald May 15
This sounds like my kind of thing
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