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BLOG: Annemarie Lewis Thomas…A Stamp Of Approval

Firstly massive thanks to all of you that shared and retweeted the mental health blog…for a novice blogger I’ve been led to believe that over 150 shares is rather good. It’s fitting that it’s now No 1 in my ‘Blog Parade’. So what to talk about next then eh? Running a college parents tend to want to know one of ...

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BLOG: Annemarie Lewis Thomas… Mental Health Education starts at College

Philippa Howard, assistant secretary of the union’s Bristol and west general branch, called for the creation of a section on Equity’s website detailing organisations that offer help for people with mental health problems as a “first step” to creating a dialogue around the issues. The above paragraph was taken from The Stage on 22nd May and if a motion could ...

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BLOG: Annemarie Lewis Thomas… Bored of Drama School Spin

So it transpires that writing a blog is difficult but not for the reasons that you might imagine… I just have too many things that I want to discuss, it’s hard to know where to start. I’m loving the fact that people are now contacting me and suggesting topics for me to discuss but of course being the Principal of ...

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BLOG: Annemarie Lewis Thomas… Training the ethical (MTA) way!

Annemarie Lewis Thomas joins TPR as a regular fortnightly guest blogger – having worked extensively as a professional composer and musical director she set up The Musical Theatre Academy (MTA) in Islington to bring balance back into training for the arts and to give students real value for money. In this introductory blog Annemarie shares her vision, philosophy and guides ...

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