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Theatres are closed. Acting happens regardless
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Conversation 19 - 19 Jun 2020

Theatres are closed. Acting happens regardless

A theatre without actors is just a building. But what are actors without theatres, ponders Toby Schmitz.

Post-Covid 19, There is work to be done
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Conversation 19 - 19 Jun 2020

Post-Covid 19, There is work to be done

It's been a tough year, writes theatre maker Suz Mawer. But we can use the time on our hands to positive ends.

Silver Gull Finds New Nest
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Conversation 19 - 19 Jun 2020

Silver Gull Finds New Nest

New Theatre is a perfect fit for The Silver Gull Play Award, writes Louise Fischer. "We look forward to taking it to the next level."

Griffin Theatre extends closure
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Conversation 19 - 19 Jun 2020

Griffin Theatre extends closure

“With a heavy heart”, Griffin Theatre Company Artistic Director Declan Greene has announced an extension of the closure of Griffin until September.

Artists in Isolation: “A weird time capsule”
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Conversation 19 - 19 Jun 2020

Artists in Isolation: “A weird time capsule”

Violette Ayad speaks to photographer-actor Jasmin Simmons about a new project documenting artists in isolation.

Musical Theatre on Demand: The Complete Song and Dance
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Conversation 19 - 19 Jun 2020

Musical Theatre on Demand: The Complete Song and Dance

Fraser Orford delves into the world of on-demand musical theatre and comes up smilin'. Everything you need to brighten your day, right here.

Theatre on demand: All you can eat
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Conversation 19 - 19 Jun 2020

Theatre on demand: All you can eat

Fraser Orford took a deep dive into the ocean of theatre on demand. Here are some of the goodies he came back up with.

Theatre of Isolation: Alone and All Together
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Conversation 19 - 19 Jun 2020

Theatre of Isolation: Alone and All Together

We don't have to occupy the same physical space to be creative, argues Tooth and Sinew's Richard Hilliar, whose Theatre of Isolation is taking shape.

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