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THEATRE REVIEW: No Dogs, No Indians @ Live Theatre

ON 24.07.2017

19th July  For more Live Theatre listings, click here. Review by Sarah Burgess. No Dogs, No Indians takes its cue from a sign above a whites-only club in Chittagong: one which Rani, a young woman from Bengal, attacks in 1932, sacrificing her own life for the revolutionary cause. Traversing between 1930s Chittagong, post-independence Calcutta in… View Article

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INTERVIEW: Brenda Heslop of Our Streets Are Numbered

ON 20.07.2017

To read Jade Gadd’s review of Our Streets Are Numbered, click here.  Interview by Jade Gadd.  – What inspired you to write about the numbered streets? It was a natural follow-on from our previous work – ‘No Redemption Songs’, about the 1984/5 Miner’s Strike. We knew what had happened then and were curious to know what… View Article

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THEATRE REVIEW: No Dogs, No Indians @ Live Theatre

INTERVIEW: Brenda Heslop of Our Streets Are Numbered

DANCE REVIEW: Theseus Beefcake – PanicLab @ Dance City

THEATRE REVIEW: Jane Eyre @ Theatre Royal, Newcastle

THEATRE REVIEW: 42nd Street

FILM REVIEW: National Theatre Live: Salome @ Tyneside Cinema

THEATRE REVIEW: Sister Act @ Theatre Royal, Newcastle

DANCE REVIEW: Milonga @ Theatre Royal

THEATRE REVIEW: Stand Up, Stand Up @ Northern Stage

THEATRE REVIEW: The Canterbury Tales @ The Gala Theatre

THEATRE REVIEW: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time @ Theatre Royal

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