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The Philanderer – Orange Tree Theatre

5/18/16 •

George Bernard Shaw for the hipster generation. The programme cover for The Philanderer at the Orange Tree is adorned with a picture of a young man in t-shirt and jeans, lavishly bearded, tattooed and coiffed. The hipster aesthetic is maintained, more subtly, in the modern-with-echoes-of-Victoriana attire of the actors on stage. Rupert Young as Leonard […]

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Joseph and His Technicolour Dreamcoat – Wolverhampton Grand
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5/18/16 •

We go way, way back me and Joe. Not quite to biblical times but at least 30 years. I’ve known him with blonde hair, I’ve known him with dark hair, I’ve known him short and I’ve know him tall. Every year through the eighties and nineties Joe would return to the Theatre Royal, Hanley where […]

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The Good (Inte)review – Brenda Edwards
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8/27/15 •

I spoke to Brenda in May during early preparations for her role as Motormouth Maybelle in the national tour of Hairspray, which opens at the Leicester Curve on 9th September. Full tour details can be found on the website at   Hi Brenda. Thank you for taking the time to talk to The Good […]

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The Good (P)review – Inkheart – HOME Theatre
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11/24/15 •

Manchester’s Central Library is a tourist destination in its own right these days but to have the Reading Room all to ourselves for a preview of Inkheart (HOME Theatre’s first ever Christmas production) is very special indeed.  It’s an apt choice of venue as the play revolves around Mo, played by Paul McEwan, and his […]

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