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Under A Cardboard Sea – Bristol Old Vic

Writer: Silva Semerciyan Director: Lisa Gregan and Matt Grinter Reviewer: Kris Hallett In the fallow years of the mid-noughties, when Bristol Old Vic looked in serious trouble of no longer being a working theatre, the young company continued to perform and so became an essential cog in allowing the organisation to claim its place as the country’s oldest working theatre. ...

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The Light Burns Blue – Bristol Old Vic, Bristol

Writer: Silva Semerciyan Director: Lisa Gregan Reviewer: Kris Hallett In an era where women still struggle to get a voice at the very top echelons of the industry, it is refreshing to see a company taking the problem by the scruff of the neck and trying to effect change.The Light Burns Blueis one of the first plays commissioned by Tonic ...

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