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    13/06/2021

    FILM REVIEW: The Story of Looking – Sheffield DocFest

    Director and Writer: Mark Cousins Mark Cousins’ The Story of Looking, the closing film in this year’s Sheffield DocFest, is…
    13/06/2021

    FILM REVIEW: This Land is our Land – Sheffield DocFest

    Directors: Isael Maxakali, Sueli Maxakali, Carolina Canguçu, Roberto Romero Awarded the Best Film in Sheffield DocFest’s International Competition Brazilian Indigenous…
    13/06/2021

    Adventures with Painted People – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

    Writer: David Greig Director: Elizabeth Newman ‘Biodh gaol agad orm, tha gaol agam ort’. It’s how all the best love…
    13/06/2021

    Psychodrama – Never for Ever, London

    Writer and Director: Matt Wilkinson In this one-person monologue delivered by Emily Bruni, an actor in her forties discusses a…
    13/06/2021

    FILM REVIEW: From the 84 Days – Sheffield DocFest

    Director: Philip Hartmann Philip Hartmann’s musical documentary does so much more than simply record the orchestra’s performance; the camera actually…
    13/06/2021

    FILM REVIEW: King Rocker – Sheffield DocFest

    Director: Michael Cumming Writer: Stewart Lee Stewart Lee’s somewhat cryptic and anti-historical memoir of Robert Lloyd and his bands The…
    13/06/2021

    Hushabye Mountain – Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester

    Writer: Jonathan Harvey Director: Nick Bagnall Few things make you feel your age like a revival of a play you…
    13/06/2021

    The Smartest Giant in Town – Little Angel Theatre, London

    Writers: Barb Jungr and Samantha Lane, adapted from the book by Julia Donaldson and Alex Scheffler Music and Lyrics: Barb…
    13/06/2021

    Darling – Written On The Waves

    Writer: Tabby Lamb Director: Jo Tyabji Having pivoted into the audio play arena during the early days of lockdown, 45North’s…
    12/06/2021

    BRIGHTON FRINGE: Ryan Mold and Friends – Caxton Arms  

    Performers: Ryan Mold, Carl Richards, Mick Mason, Matt Roseblade, Fiona Ridgewell   It’s hard to perform comedy to a small…
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