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Lyn Gardner writes about theatre for The Stage & Digital Theatre. Reviews Novels include the Olivia stage school series. contact@lyngardner.com
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Stagedoor 8h
"A magnificent romp which ends in a whirl of chaos and with the bitter taste of ashes in your mouth" reviews Kneehigh's Dead Dog in a Suitcase Runs at Lyric Hammersmith until 15 Jun
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lyngardner 11h
Ah thank you. Enjoy the weekend
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The Bruntwood Prize May 23
With just under two weeks until the June 5th Bruntwood Prize deadline Dramaturg Suzanne Bell has some reassurance ‘You have nothing to lose and an awful lot to gain’
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Stella Duffy May 23
working class women in the arts - see you here? Thurs 13th June : pls share?
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lyngardner May 23
Ah this is interesting after my piece last week for
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lyngardner May 23
This thread is well worth a read because it speaks of the realities and inequalities of the industry
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lyngardner May 23
Well glad to have been the tiniest part of it
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lyngardner May 22
It is a wonderful book
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Starcatchers May 22
So excited that is one of the 22 shows selected to be part of the Made In Scotland Showcase this year - pushing the boundaries of expectation about what kind of arts experiences babies can benefit from!
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lyngardner May 22
Replying to @katwoods79 @TheStage
It would. You offering to open up about your next production?
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lyngardner May 22
Against all odds: the secrets of how a fringe show makes it to the stage via
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Stagedoor May 22
A big "thank you" from Michael (our co-founder & CEO) ahead of our big announcement 🙏🏽👀
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Stagedoor May 22
"Nothing is ever quite what it seems in this crafty and clever collaboration between Ella Hickson and sound designers Ben and Max Ringham" reviews
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lyngardner May 22
I really liked Ella Hickson and Ben and Max Ringham’s Very slippery and gripping and using technology in an intelligent and theatrical way. Review up soon
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David Jays May 21
Terrific news - this audacious production is one of the bestest things I've seen this year.
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Rachel O’Riordan May 21
So very proud of this here we go and the team xx
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Fiona Mountford May 21
'I literally walked to the Arts Council in Belfast and said, 'Hallo. I'd like to set up a theatre company, please''. My exclusive interview with , as she announces her first season :
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Brian Ferguson May 21
My exclusive story in today on how former chief executive Janet Archer, who quit last summer after fierce criticism of the quango, has landed a newly-created £60,000 Edinburgh festivals job:
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Stagedoor May 20
"Smart and sly as its skewers corporate hypocrisy. But there is a slightness about the scenario which makes it feel both under-developed and over-loaded" reviews Playing at until 15 June
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The Stage May 19
Good training produces good directors says , but some assistants do no more than observe and make the coffee – they need more opportunities
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