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Review – Hickory Dickory Murder

Max, who is taking part in our Arts Training Scheme, reviews regular improv comedy night Hickory Dickory Murder. Arriving for the performance and sitting front row centre (not my favourite seat) and straight away...

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Review – Hickory Dickory Murder

Max, who is taking part in our Arts Training Scheme, reviews regular improv comedy night Hickory Dickory Murder. Arriving for the performance and sitting front row centre (not my favourite seat) and straight away...

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Review – Collaborators

Max, who is taking part in our Arts Training Scheme, reviews Ronin Theatre’s Collaborators, which was here in October 2018. From the first scene, I knew I was going to enjoy this encounter with Stalin’s...

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Collaborators

Cate Nunn is directing John Hodge’s Collaborators for Ronin Theatre. She tells us more about the show. There are things you feel you shouldn’t laugh about. The Great Terror – Stalin’s purge of perceived...

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The Great Austerity Debate

Patrick Morris, director of The Great Austerity Debate, tells us about the show. We are a Cambridge based theatre company and are presenting The Great Austerity Debate at the Old Fire Station in Oxford on...

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An Enemy Of The People

Anna Glynn, Joint Artistic Director of Flintlock Theatre, tells us why they chose to re-imagine Ibsen’s An Enemy Of The People. The show is here 2 – 6 October. We love reaching new audiences...

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The Flop

Hijinx Theatre director Ben Pettit-Wade tells us more about The Flop, here Friday 22 September. We stumbled across a fantastic story during our creative development process for a new show, from a bizarre chapter...

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Our Place – September

Our Place is an exhibition by Crisis artists, which will open on 16 November. Artist Jordan Vanderhyde is keeping a blog – here’s what he has said so far. So today took an expected, but unexpected turn....

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Learning from stories

Jeremy Spafford, director of Arts at the Old Fire Station, tells us about a new report, and a different way of measuring impact. Evaluation can be such a pain. Like many organisations, we shout...

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And Suddenly I Disappear

Playwright Kaite O’Reilly tells us how she’s exploding myths and stereotypes of disability and difference in And Suddenly I Disappear, Saturday 8 September. For over a decade I’ve held the ambition of creating a body...

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Our Place: July

Our Place is an exhibition by Crisis artists, which will open on 16 November. Artist Jordan Vanderhyde is keeping a blog – here’s what he has said so far. I have been in conjunction with...

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I’d Be Lost Without It

I’d Be Lost Without It is at the Old Fire Station, Friday 16 March. We caught up with the company, Wet Picnic, to find out more about the show. How did the idea for...

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DRY: Gaye Poole

Gaye Poole, co-director of Human Story Theatre and author of DRY tells us more about the show. ‘Human’ stories were precisely what we wanted to collect and portray when we started Human Story Theatre...

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