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On Behalf of the People – Square Chapel, Halifax

Writer: Ray Castleton Director: Charlie Kenber Reviewer: Ron Simpson On Behalf of the People began as a commission from the National Coal Mining Museum and followed its performance there with a short tour. Now The Melting Shop has put together an impressively lengthy tour of mostly one-nighters, covering nearly 20 venues in Yorkshire (from theatres to church halls) and forays ...

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Love Song – The Holt, Sheffield

Writer: John Kolvenbach Director: Charlie Kenber Designer: R.L.Wilson Reviewer: Charlotte Broadbent Kenber and Son's latest production of Love Song is being staged at The Holt, a converted warehouse-turned-cafe and creative space in Sheffield. For those not yet acquainted, Kenber and Son are a company comprising of director Charlie Kenber and multidisciplinary artist R.L.Wilson. They are passionate about staging work in ...

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On Behalf of the People – National Coal Mining Museum for England, Wakefield

Writer: Ray Castleton Director: Charlie Kenber Designer: Carl Davies Reviewer: Ron Simpson On Behalf of the People was commissioned from The Melting Shop by the National Coal Mining Museum as part of its commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the nationalisation of the mining industry. Ray Castleton claims that it’s about the people, not the politics, but in fact, it’s ...

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Gulf – Camden People’s Theatre, London

Writer: Jeff Scott and Alister MacQuarrie Director: Charlie Kenber Reviewer: Maryam Philpott How safe do you feel online and how sure are you that you’re entirely in control of your information? Perhaps you set your privacy controls to the maximum level, lock-down your Facebook account so it can’t be searched, but can you ever guarantee that the images, videos and ...

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