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October 12

5 Things Playwrights can do to Improve Their Writing By Geoffrey Williams

Play texts are strange things because they are difficult to read if they work well on stage. This is because so much of what’s in your head as the playwright doesn’t easily jump from page to imagination; it’s not designed to. What you have to remember when you’re writing a play is that the purpose […]

December 18

Book to see After Miss Julie at Theatre Royal Bath starring Call the Midwife’s Helen George | Tuesday 24th – Saturday 28th May, 2016

Set in 1945 in an English country house, on the eve of Labour’s landslide victory at the end of the second world war, this compelling and erotic psychological thriller is inspired by Strindberg’s 1888 masterpiece. During a summer ball, the beautiful daughter of the peer who owns the house, wanders into the servant’s quarters. As […]

October 13

Go to see Black Coffee at The Rose Theatre in Kingston-upon-Thames

Jason Durr is the new Poirot Tonight is the first night of his new play at The Rose Theatre in Kingston-Upon-Thames Hercule Poirot returns to the stage in Agatha Christie’s Black Coffee, now starring Jason Durr from ITV’s hit series Heartbeat in the role of the famous Belgian sleuth. Since Heartbeat Jason has appeared on […]

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