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Friday, December 7, 2018

Review: Chloe and the Colour Catcher, Bristol Old Vic by Phoebe Graham

Recently, I was discussing what’s in store for me next year with a friend. I’m months away from graduation, and I couldn’t be more terrified for its arrival. I said that the approachin…

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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Review: The Mountaintop, Bristol Old Vic by Phoebe Graham

“We’ve got some difficult days ahead. But it really doesn’t matter with me now, because I’ve been to the mountaintop. […] So I’m happy, tonight. I’m not…

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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Ellen McDougall: “There’s no agenda, just teenage girls on the pitch” by Phoebe Graham

Just because football didn’t quite make it home this year, it doesn’t mean it can’t take a trip overseas. Sarah DeLappe’s award-winning and Pulitzer-nominated play, The Wolves, is on…

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Friday, September 21, 2018

Review: Touching the Void, Bristol Old Vic by Phoebe Graham

“[They cross the Andes]” So goes the seemingly unstageable direction from Peter Schaffer’s 1964 epic The Royal Hunt of the Sun. The buzz of public scepticism and curiosity, whi…

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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Review: A Haunted Existence, The Island, Bristol by Phoebe Graham

A Haunted Experience fits into an abandoned police station turned multi-purpose arts centre (The Island). I freely enter an installation which presents research into local and national narra…

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

From bedtime reading to centre stage: adapting children’s books for theatre by Phoebe Graham

“Why can’t you fly now, mother?” Because I am grown up, dearest. When people grow up they forget the way.”   Peter Pan, J.M Barrie Mrs. Darling is a grown up, and being a grown up m…

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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Preview: Latitude Festival – what to see and when by Phoebe Graham

Annually curating a colourful array of pastel shaded sheep and musical marvels, Latitude Festival is famed for its idiosyncratic aesthetic. With a name that evokes the freedom of thought and…

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Monday, February 6, 2017

Feature: VAULT Festival 2017: anything is possible by Phoebe Graham

The old saying goes that all you need for theatre to happen is an ‘empty space’; but what if instead you find a big warehouse cluttered with curious cabinets and old train records? Mat B…

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Friday, August 26, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Bildraum, Summerhall by Phoebe Graham

Following an over-saturation of similarly-made fringe theatre, it’s sometimes refreshing to see something a bit different. So Flemish artists Steve Salembier and Charlotte Bouckaert come a…

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: We Live by the Sea, The Pleasance Courtyard by Phoebe Graham

It felt like the softest of hands had reached out, intertwined its fingers with mine, and squeezed as if to say: we get it. Patch of Blue theatre, alongside the National Autistic Society, a…

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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Equations for a Moving Body, The Northern Stage, Summerhall by Phoebe Graham

A 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride, and a casual 26.2-mile marathon to boot. These are the constituent parts of the Ironman triathlon, the event which Hannah Nicklin promised herself at 2…

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: The Marked, Pleasance Dome by Phoebe Graham

Developed alongside real-life experiences of homelessness, Theatre Témoin’s The Marked justly aims to shine a torchlight onto the often hidden psychology suffered by society’s most vuln…

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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: The Hogwallops, Underbelly Circus Hub on The Meadows by Phoebe Graham

‘How are you going to get down from there?’ asks a small child in the audience of The Hogwallops. With a playful shrug, a smile in response and a rippling chuckle from the audience, it…

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Monday, August 15, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Krapp 39, Pleasance Courtyard by Phoebe Graham

It’s a bold move. Taking direct inspiration from the most iconic Irish playwright of the twentieth century, Samuel Beckett, actor and writer Michael Laurence has undoubtedly set a high ba…

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Yōkai, Underbelly Cowgate by Phoebe Graham

‘Without knowing why, I love this world where we come to die.’ – The magic signboard, in Yōkai*. I couldn’t help but rise to my feet. In a world darkened by the deaths of treasured …

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Friday, August 12, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Blush, Underbelly Cowgate by Phoebe Graham

An infuriated woman whose sister falls victim to revenge porn. A man who develops a porn addiction as a result of a failing marriage. And another lonely girl. These are just some of the voic…

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: The Cat in the Hat, Pleasance Courtyard by Phoebe Graham

Of course I was the only young adult in a monstrous mass of restless children. Of course the only other company available were the respective parents waiting to tire their children out, conv…

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Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Wonderman, Underbelly Potterrow by Phoebe Graham

Dozens of loose pages fly, wondrously whirling round the furiously scrawling hand of an earth-bound airman, in memory of one of the world’s most treasured storytellers. Wonderman injects t…

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