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BLOG: Annemarie Lewis Thomas – New Year… Same Problems

Firstly I’d like to wish all readers to these ramblings a very happy and healthy 2015. Secondly a big thanks to all the people that have contacted me about my Christmas Wish as written about in my last blog. What has struck me, is quite how many people have privately emailed to say that this is a very real problem ...

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EDITOR’S BLOG: Have some respect Twitter!

Over the past few years, mainly thanks to the continuing prominence of social media and the rise of micro-blogging site Twitter, news stories tend to break faster than a whippet with wind. This of course has its benefits, we now live in an age of quick grab-bites which easily feed into our ever busy work and social life. We are ...

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National Panto Day and great British pantomime

Up and down the country theatres are echoing to the sounds of audiences shouting at the stage, booing and hissing. No, standards haven’t declined, but pantomime season is beginning its grip on the nation.Such is the importance of panto to theatre’s annual economy that today sees the second annual National Panto Day. The day sets out to celebrate all that ...

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BLOG: Resting Actress – Nobody mentions… my name!

As an anonymous tweeter, blogger and regular annoyance, I certainly know theperks and drawbacks of being a faceless critic. In today's world we are all critics, aren’t we, and with Twitter, Facebook and blogs readily available it is so easy to have your say. The aptly named trolls of Twitter look to abuse, name call and in some cases emotionally ...

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BLOG – Resting Actress: I’m reviewing the situation….

After my tweet yesterday about whether reviewers will respond positively to Loserville, I felt the need to share my humble opinion with my lovely Twespian friends. Imagining the likes of Michael Billington, Lyn Gardener or Mark Shenton settling down to a musical aimed predominantly at teeny bopping rock-musical loving students leaves me bemused and wondering if the people we all ...

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