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INTERVIEW: Julie McNamara and Paulette Randall

The centenary of the First World War has led to a resurgence of interest in stories from the era. Many, now long forgotten, voices of the War have begun to resurface. Many of those voices though are from the men who fought but the true story of Dorothy Lawrence, who disguised herself as a man and rode to the front ...

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Near Gone – Pavilion Theatre, Brighton Dome

Devised by Katherina Radeva and Alistair Lownie Dramaturgy and Additional Direction: Charlotte Vincent Reviewer: Hannah Rowlands An empty stage, flanked by neatly placed white carnations, a man and woman enter, neatly traversing the flowers. She speaks in Bulgarian, he stands beside her, translating her story into English. She introduces us to Sofia, her native home, making detailed observations about bikinis ...

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