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Between the Crosses – Army@TheFringe Summerhall, Edinburgh

Writer: Will Huggins Director: Daniel Llewelyn-Williams Reviewer:  Tom Ralphs Will Huggins recounts his great uncle’s experiences as a World War One soldier using extracts of an interview recorded with the Imperial War Museum before his death. It’s a story that Huggins himself knew little about while his relative was alive and it’s also a story that omits some of the known ...

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A Regular Little Houdini – Chapter, Cardiff

Writer: Daniel Llewelyn-Williams Director: Joshua Richards Reviewer: Jacqui Onions A Regular Little Houdini brings together magic and history in an engaging one-man show. This well-crafted play transports the audience to Newport, South Wales, in the early 1900s. It links together historical moments including Harry Houdini’s visits to Newport’s Lyceum Theatre and the building of city’s landmark transporter bridge, all told ...

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Dirty Protest Presents…Artes Mundi – National Museum of Wales, Cardiff

Writers: Katherine Chandler, Tom Wentworth &Lotty Talbutt Directors: Catherine Paskell &Matthew Bulgo Reviewer: Barbara Michaels [Rating:3.5] A taster of an innovative and brand new project by Dirty Protest - widely regarded as the best fringe theatre company in Wales - who challenged seven writers each to write a short play based on the Artes Mundi exhibition at the National Museum ...

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