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Little Revolution – Almeida Theatre, London

Writer: Alecky Blythe Director: Joe Hill-Gibbons Reviewer: Christopher Hong Three years after the London riots which brought much soul searching for the community and people affected, Alecky Blythe’s verbatim play aims to bring the reaction of the community in Hackney both during and after the riots. Blythe plays herself in the play as the writer recording interviews with local youths, ...

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BOOK REVIEW: Getting Directions

Author: Russ Hope Publisher: Nick Hern Books Reviewer: John Roberts Russ Hope has been given unprecedented access to some of the UK’s biggest and most influential directors. The book is described as “A fly-on-the-wall guide for emerging theatre directors” which may perhaps be a little misguiding, for Getting Directions is more an insight into the rehearsal process of the selected ...

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