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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Jen Malarkey: “Humans evolve and theatre will too” by Eleanor Dewar

Throughout the pandemic, theatre companies have had to find increasingly innovative ways to tell stories and reach communities. In our latest interview, Eleanor Dewar speaks to Encounter’s…

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Thursday, October 29, 2020

Josie Underwood: “If Macbeth was a woman, it would be a different play” by Eleanor Dewar

Writer Eleanor Dewar speaks to Josie Underwood, co-founder of the theatre troupe Silent Faces, about not adapting Samuel Beckett, gender in Shakespeare, and challenging the canon. When Josie…

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Friday, July 31, 2020

Theatre Cannot Forget Those With Specific Access Needs by Eleanor Dewar

Eleanor Dewar misses the feeling of belonging that comes from attending the theatre but she doesn’t want things to go back to ‘normal’. Praising Flute Theatre for their work, she hopes…

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Thursday, June 11, 2020

How is a recent graduate dealing with the devastating hit the theatre industry has taken? by Eleanor Dewar

Most focus at the moment is on theatres and how they’re dealing with the effects of Coronavirus. But what about freelance workers who are just starting out? Eleanor Dewar talks to fellow-c…

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Monday, June 1, 2020

Lungs at The Old Vic: Though lockdown rages, privilege continues by Eleanor Dewar

Should The Old Vic be charging audiences up to £65 to watch a live stream of their hit show, Lungs when other theatres are doing it for free? Eleanor Dewar discusses. As lockdown drags on i…

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Saturday, November 9, 2019

Jacoba Williams: “As women we have all been through something, and that’s something that unites us” by Eleanor Dewar

Eleanor Dewar talks to star of The Bunker Theatre’s Before I Was A Bear, Jacoba Williams about becoming a big, furry beast, the positive effect of working in all-female environment and the…

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Eleanor Dewar: Theatre needs to do more for audiences with autism and sensory issues by Eleanor Dewar

Having dyspraxia and autism is not easy. Growing up, battling bullying, anxiety and struggling to read social situations was never fun. However,

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Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Roberta Zuric: “It’s an epic romp through European witch hunts and capitalism” by Eleanor Dewar

Our second Edinburgh feature this year sees us talk to Director, Roberta Zuric about her show, The Burning which places a firm, critical commentary on Western society. Roberta Zuric is certa…

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Saturday, July 13, 2019

Jasmine Lee Jones: “It is important to represent two flawed black women” by Eleanor Dewar

Jasmine Lee Jones, Writer of the Royal Court’s Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner sits down with Eleanor Dewar to chat industry support, privilege and the importance of truth. When you …

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All that Chat

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