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Creative Minds Conference

Creative_minds-53__copy__gallery_thumb Shared by Katie Keeler

Jennifer Bell on the Reinvention of Music Performance and Modern Folk

Slr2_thumb An interview with Jennifer Bell

Tempting Failure

An interview with Tempting Failure

Coastal Defences

Coastal_defences_theatre_west_press-2_thumb An interview with Nik Partridge

Hoke's Bluff: A Performance by Action Hero

Action_hero_8_thumb An interview with Action Hero

The Uniqueness of My Perfect Mind

My_perfect_mind-165_thumb My Perfect Mind tells the story of renowned classical actor Edward Petherbridge, who having been cast to play King Lear, had a major stroke which left him barely able to move. As he struggled …

The Compendium of Super Heroes and Alter Egos

Drastic_thumb Liz Clarke talks about The Compendium of Super Heroes and Alter Egos is a graphic novel written collaboratively by a group of ten women over 18 months through performance, writing and experiments.

The Music Behind Filter's Macbeth

-60-filter-macbeth--_farrowscreative_copy_thumb An Interview with Filter Theatre about the music in their new production of Macbeth

Once Upon A Time: An Interview with Director Agnieszka Blonska

St2_1531_thumb An interview with Agnieszka Blonska about the themes behind Once Upon A Time

The Life of Sai: touring The Tiger and The Moustache by Saikat Ahamed

Tiger_face_thumb Saikat Ahamed writes about his experience of booking and managing a tour of his own solo show, The Tiger and the Moustache

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