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INTERVIEW: Holly Joyce & Danny Solomon of Théâtre Volière

The Public Reviews went into rehearsal room this week to meet with Holly Joyce and Danny Solomon of Théâtre Volière as they prepare for Consolation, a new play by award winning writer Mick Wood, at The Bridewell Theatre. Consolation set in France, is a two –hander following the relationship between middle-aged would-be writer, Carol, and young French actor, Raymond. How ...

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Interview: Latitude’s sheep in chic clothing

As final checks are made ahead of the gates opening for this year's Latitude Festival, The Public Reviews snuck behind the scenes to have an exclusive chat with the poster girls of the festival. While Portishead, Alt-J and Noel Gallagher are limbering up for their headlining performances, another group have seen it all before, and are already in position to ...

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INTERVIEW: Christopher Brett Bailey on axe wielding at Latitude

Christopher Brett Bailey is renowned for his full-throttle vocal performances in shows such as This Is How We Die. For this year’s Latitude Festival, however, the writer, performer and musician will be offering a different style of entertainment that is sure to rock the festival site. He explains more to Glen Pearce. So tell us about the show you are ...

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Latitude: The Kids Are Alright

Regardless of its famous cross-generational appeal, by its very nature the age demographic of Latitude Festival is bound to favour the young and participants over the past few years have been getting younger. Paul Couch spoke to Elli Chapman, Artistic Director of CultureWorks East at Latitude’s press launch. In collaboration with Norwich-based youth arts company Culture Works East, and the ...

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INTERVIEW: De Oscuro’s Judith Roberts on Triptych

Right now, as you read this, soldiers are risking their lives. Brave men and women from across the United Kingdom have made the decision to carry out military service, even if the cause they’re fighting for isn’t their own. What happens in these volatile environments has been well-documented (often glamorised), but the impact these events have on people’s lives still ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with Noel Sullivan

The Public Reviews’ Gemma Hirst catches up with actor Noel Sullivan in between shows to chat about the current UK tour of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, his new album and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Have you always wanted to get into musical theatre, even before joining Hear’Say? Yes! It was always my plan really. I was on that path before I joined ...

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INTERVIEW: Ruby Wax – Sane New World

A couple of years ago, Twitcher Supreme Bill Oddie - no stranger to poor mental health himself - raised the hacklesof Ruby Wax by claiming that some celebrities were using depressive illnesses as a cynical career move. Far from sitting around whining about her dalliance with the disorder, however, Wax has rationalised it, put it back in its cage, and ...

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