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Propeller-spinning: An Interview with Chris Myles

Alex Ramon talks to actor Chris Myles during his tour with Propeller of Henry V and A Winter's Tale.
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The Midlands Stage 2008

Steve Orme gives his overview of theatre in the Midlands in 2008.
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Edinburgh Previews - Other Events

Non-theatre events at the 2007 Edinbugh Fringe
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Where Have All the Contraltos Gone?

Kevin Catchpole laments the lost voice of oratorio and the operatic stage.
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Alexander Awareness Week (13th - 19th June, 2005)

The Alexander Technique has helped actors and musicians achieve their performance potential for over a hundred years. Jill Sharp investigates the Alexander phenomenon and interviews an experienced teacher of the Technique.
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Vote, Vote, Vote for... ?

What the parties say about the arts in their manifestos
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The Brave and the Foolish

Two developments this week have shown up the massive differences between thatre and the arts in Scotland and Wales.
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Theatre on the Web

Our annual survey of theatre on the Web
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As Trevor and I Were Saying...

Some thoughts inspired by the news of the musical based on Tolkien's Lord of the Rings.
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Congestion in the West End

The real effects of congestion charging in London's West End.
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Performing at the Edinburgh Fringe

Things to keep in mind if you want to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe.
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ACE Now

The state of the Arts Council of England as revealed by its annual report for 2001 to 2002.
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The Edinburgh Fringe: What's the Point?

Is there any longer any point to the Edinburgh Fringe?
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Edinburgh 2002: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Philip Fisher comments on the 2002 Edinburgh Fringe.
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Theatrical Mus(e)(ing)

Your Guide, in a thoughtful (i.e. self-indulgent) mood, looks at the biography of John Gielgud and the state of the West End.
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Romeo and Juliet Jazz Suite

Jazz music for the People's Theatre, Newcastle, production of Romeo and Juliet - jazz and theatre - the Romeo and Juliet Jazz Suite by James Russell
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That Was The Year That Was

A look back at theatre in the UK in 1999.
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"Dangerously jingoistic and inward looking"

Is Sir John Drummond right when he says British Theatre is dangerously jingoistic and inward looking?
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The Traditions of Theatre

Ruminations on the language and traditions of theatre, and all that sort of traditional stuff.
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So Now We Know

What Labour's General Election victory will mean for the arts