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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Review: The Dissociation of Shirley Mason, Bristol Old Vic by Erin Cobby

Review: The Dissociation of Shirley Mason, Bristol Old Vic5.0Overall ScoreThe Dissociation of Shirley Mason is a colourful and climactic experience, highlighting the complexities of mental h…

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Thursday, February 14, 2019

Stacey & Nicola Bland’s Call Me Vicky: “God, what the fuck just happened!” by Erin Cobby

Erin Cobby chats with Stacey and Nicola Bland, writers of Call Me Vicky about the importance of honestly representing their trans godmother and appreciation for Pleasance Theatre’s com…

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Monday, December 10, 2018

Jonny Woo: “For such a divisive topic we are not overrun with Brexit shows” by Erin Cobby

In our final Q & A of 2018, Erin Cobby chats Brexit with Jonny Woo as he brings his all-star cabaret to the majestic Coliseum in London. Erin: What was the purpose of the cabaret? Jonny:…

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Sunday, December 2, 2018

The future of theatre? Matthew Robins on creating music video for Bush Theatre’s Drip by Erin Cobby

Erin Cobby talks to composer, Matthew Robins about his collaboration with Boundless Theatre and Script Club on a stop motion music video for Hull based show, Drip at Bush Theatre. The trend …

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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Is Theatre Still a Tool for Revolutionary Thought? by Erin Cobby

With mediums such as television having audiences of millions and sparking instant mass debate, Erin Cobby questions whether theatre is still a tool for revolutionary thought. What makes a pl…

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