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Like at least 50,000 other Liverpudlians, the writer Ian Salmon recently went on an impromptu holiday to Madrid.Read the full story..
Julie Hesmondhalgh knows a fair bit about famous streets.Read the full story..
“Theatre and film can effect social change” Playwright and actress Laura Lindsay talks to Northern Soul
Laura Lindsay was part of the Manchester Theatre Award-winning ensemble cast of The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice. This week at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre, and then on tour, she’s also demonstrating her writing and production skills with a new play Parallel.Read the full story..
At the turn of the 1980s, at the height of the Cold War, my school English class had a debate.Read the full story..
Typical! You wait ages for a D.H. Lawrence play, then three come along at once.Read the full story..
You wait ages for a play set in a chip shop and then two come along at once.Read the full story..
Years of consuming art in its different forms – seeing plays, reading novels, listening to music and watching films – has left me with a profound fear of the institution of marriage.Read the full story..
A couple of years ago I saw a terrific version of this emotive Alan Plater play-with-music produced by Newcastle-based Northern Stage which I thought could well be unsurpassable.Read the full story..
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