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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Feature: Caravan of Love: Mobile homes as the space of familial storytelling by Rachel Kevern

Who are you? How do you see yourself? What has formed your identity, and how does that identity affect your opportunities and the way in which you experience the world? Big questions, yes ; …

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Feature: Outsiders, dodging stereotypes and honesty in MOTH by Rachel Kevern

AYT’s Rachel Kevern speaks to Piers Black-Hawkins, co-founder of award-winning Ransack Theatre, about how the company have maintained the unique allure of theatre throughout their work, an…

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Friday, October 14, 2016

Feature: Love, language and censorship – the bittersweet appeal of Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons by Rachel Kevern

“Freedom of speech is all well and good but it doesn’t matter if we’re not listening to each other” explains Sam Steiner, writer of award-winning play Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lem…

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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Feature: The power of mime with Kite by Rachel Kevern

Mime is often overlooked as an art form. In a fast-paced world where we are constantly putting out and receiving instant information, we seem to be on the hunt for the quickest means to comm…

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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Feature: Nick Barnes on making puppets the stars by Rachel Kevern

Go and read a review of a show containing puppets by designer Nick Barnes and it’s likely that you will find a comment such as “this production will be remembered for its puppets” or …

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Friday, October 17, 2014

Review: A Farewell to Arms, The Dukes, Lancaster by Rachel Kevern

It is often feared by theatregoers and bookworms alike that, when a classic novel is adapted for the stage, the performance may lose sight of the original ingenuity of the text. This danger …

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Feature: Genesis Future Directors award winner Tinuke Craig – “I wanted to milk cows” by Rachel Kevern

“When I was little I wanted to be a farmer because I had it pretty solid in my head that milking cows was what I wanted to do,” muses director Tinuke Craig. “My dad wanted me to be…

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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Feature: Travesti – an “important, surprising and seductive” show by Rachel Kevern

Rebecca Hill, Director of Travesti, tells me that she wishes that she had “had a light-bulb moment, but it was more of a dawning realisation that there are these stories that are no longer…

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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Feature: Pentabus’s Young Writers Festival – “brave bold bedlam” by Rachel Kevern

“Everyone has their own ideas about the world, but it takes a lot of energy to put these into a play.” Nestled in the heart of sleepy Shropshire, Pentabus Rural Theatre Company is very m…

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